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Feasibility Study on Banarashi Estate (Silk Industry)

Explored the possibility of setting up a Mini Industrial Estate for settlement of specialist Bangladeshi Weavers in handloom (Silk) industry.

Housing & Settlement Dept., GOB




21. Private Sector development

Advisory Services for the Private Sector Unit (PSU) in Bangladesh

Carried out a comprehensive analysis of the political and economical system of Bangladesh to find out an administrative set up relevant to the establishment of a Private Sector Unit.

Planning Commission, GOB




Feasibility Study of Private Sector Housing Development, Financing, Credit and Commercial Operation.

The study covered analysis of the macro‑economic environment in Bangladesh with special reference to the housing sector, market and financial analysis for the credit and Commerce including legal and organizational matters.


Credit and Commerce Ltd





Review of the Policies on Access of the Private Sector to Technical Assistance

Reviewed the technical co‑operation support to the private sector in Bangladesh including existing policies of GOB and donors and recommend measures to promote access of  the private sector to the flow of technical assistance.








22. Forestry 



Study on Forestry


Examined situation of forestry and forestry based industry in general and  estimate input‑output ratio of different subsectors under the forestry sector for use in the preparation of the Fourth Five - Year Plan.


Planning Commission, GOB





23.Capacity Building 


Review of Activities of Bangladesh Federation of Engineering Contractors


Investigated into the need for a revision of the constitution of the federation of Engineering Contractors in the light of the recommendations of another study named "Construction Industry Study" conducted by Pathmark in association with ACER Freeman Fox and others.


Bangladesh Federation of Engineering Contractors





Preparation of

Inventory of Equipment, Machinery & Transports Procured by BWDB.

This work involved collection of information of all equipment of Bangladesh Water Development Board, designing a suitable database and software to manage inventory data.


IMED, Ministry of Planning







Institutional Development of the Directorate of Non-Formal Education (DNFE) : Final Evaluation

Provided Administrative Services to carryout the activities of the extended project period which is included: (i).Services of Finance Specialist, Core Trainers and Monitoring Associates;  (ii)  Holding Go-NGO meetings;  (iii)  Organizing foreign study tour of selected DNFE staff;  (iv)  Conducting the Final Evaluation and  (v)  Preparation of Project Completion Report.


Primary and  Mass Education Division,





Second Primary Education Sector Project (ADB Loan No.  1521 BAN (SF)

The objectives of the project were to increase equitable access, develop quality of primary education, and strengthening the management, motoring and information system of primary education.  Studies were undertaken to assist the Government in the areas of enhancing quality of education and capacity building at NCTB. The interventions on quality and capacity building were employed in the following areas: (I) NCTB institutional development and capacity building, (ii)  curriculum and textbook improvement, (iii) textbook supply, and (iv)  student assessment.  Further, the team of specialists worked together to produce a cohesive, holistic and realizable project package to accomplish given objective and targets. Project had a component on development of learning materials on culture and life of tribal people.


Primary and  Mass Education Division,





SESIP Management Strengthening Component: Research Studies for Development and Pilot of a Model for Decentralized Management of Secondary Education (Study – 1 and Study – 2)

The services provided are: (1) review existing arrangements for planning, allocating, managing and monitoring the use of educational resources within the secondary education sector in Bangladesh, including a review of the present formal mechanisms for quality assurance;  (2)  assess the existing system for educational management in terms of stated government objectives;  (3)  assess the strengths and weaknesses of the current system for managing educational resources, with particular attention to accountability for the use of government funds;  (4)  propose a model for decentralized management of secondary education for piloting/training in three districts of one zone, including detailed guidelines and timelines for piloting/training;  (5)  Assess the capacity of government agencies and project management to absorb the workload related to the proposed arrangements.


Ministry of Education, GoB




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