IPA Bangladesh partners with policymakers and implementers in several sectors, from evaluating an expansion of the No Lean Season program (implemented by Evidence Action) that an earlier IPA study found effective, to a government program that strengthens access to justice systems for rural citizens.


In 2016, IPA Bangladesh began an ongoing partnership with the Prime Minister’s Office’s Access to Information (a2i) division. IPA and a2i convene researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to promote the generation and use of rigorous evidence in the small & medium enterprise sector in Bangladesh. 

To eradicate poverty and achieve sustainable development goal, the Prime Minister Office’s access to information (a2i) division is working tirelessly to implement various programs with the help of...
From March 19-21, 2017, IPA Bangladesh organized a three-day executive course on Evidence-Based Policymaking and Program Design for 29 stakeholders in Bangladesh. Many government officials...
Co-hosted by the Access to Information (a2i) Program of the Prime Minister’s Office and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) Synopsis The SME sector has the potential to be a driving force of...