A study on campaign evaluation of selected projects of JAAGO Foundation
AuthorAl Mamun, Abdullah
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The project has been started to establish Eco-club in 30 schools of Dhaka City which ultimately aims to promote sustainable development goals and enhance their potentiality for the leadership. The original project design envisioned a three-month period for implementing the desired interventions. However, after completing the planned interventions, an award and project ending program concluded that the project succeeded so far—at the time— in achieving its objectives effectively and delivered outcomes that were worthy of continuation. The Program idea was to establish “Eco Club” in each of the selected schools. The club consisted of 20 students from each school and a governing body to facilitate the club. To make it more sustainable and for monitoring purpose teachers from each school involved with the club. Volunteers of Volunteer for Bangladesh took part in the formation of eco-club to supervise the students. Also, Volunteers of Volunteer for Bangladesh guided the students regarding tree plantation and planted trees in their respective schools with the students of Eco Club. Eco Club will act as a friendly club environment that will distribute waste management materials as well as take care of the school waste and the garden. In addition to this, each of the Eco Club asked to come up with a project on waste management for Inter Eco Club Competitions. Experts from different backgrounds identified the top 5 projects and awarded them through the award ceremony.The objective of this report is to identify outcomes of the project; to examine the effectiveness of the interventions, management practice, and implementation in general; and to investigate the potential for sustaining the activities that were implemented. National Youth Assembly has been a long term dream of JAAGO’s youth development program. The aim of the assembly was to connect the dots, enabling the young volunteers of Volunteer for Bangladesh to learn, experience and grow as true citizens of Bangladesh. The assembly brought 120 delegates from 21 newly elected district boards to hone their leadership skills so that they can go back to their districts and disseminate the knowledge they have learned from the assembly. The districts were- Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Magura,Kustia,Jhinaidha,Jessore Comilla, Sylhet, Moulvibazar, Noakhali, Chandpur, Barisal, Patuakhali, Mymensingh, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Cox’es Bbazar, Bogra, and Brahmanbaria. This assembly was one of a kind in Bangladesh and JAAGO’s history as it brought together distinguished panelists and speakers of different sectors which were of interest to the youth of Bangladesh.