Knowledge and Learning; Shongjog Multi-Stakeholder Platform in Bangladesh

Organisation: CDAC Network | Sep 2016 Author: Bulbul Baksi
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The report has been written with three main purposes. First, it is for use by the Multi-Stakeholder Platform (MSP) to plan ahead. The report tries to capture and synthesise the collective reflections of the MSP members as well as raises questions and issues that may require further deliberations. Second, it is to share learning on the collaborative process in Bangladesh with the wider circle of DEPP portfolio partners; and third; it is for use by the DEPP partners to reflect on the strategies and outcomes of the CDAC Network project, which are deeply invested in the collaborative approach. The report has been finalised after sharing with the MSP members to seek their inputs and endorsement

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