Srimoti Lolita Rani, a 43 year-old woman laborer of Ramnager Union in Nilphamary district, has been honored as “Joyeeta” for her outstanding contribution on economic and social empowerment and volunteerism in the community in an occasion arranged by CARE with support of the Nilphamary district ad
These questions came out of lengthy discussions with project teams in Bangladesh and Nepal. As a learning project, Tipping Point staff and community groups will intentionally explore these questions in the course of our work with communities and networks.
Jaintia Shinnomul Songstha (JASHIS) is a non-profit and non-government organization based in the Sylhet district of Bangladesh. JASHIS conducts most of its work through a participatory approach that considers everyone’s perspective.
Assistance for Slum Dwellers (ASD) is a Bangladeshi non-profit and non-governmental organization, dedicated to the cause of distressed humanity. Since its inception in 1988, ASD has worked to ensure poor peoples’ participation in the development process.
The Tipping Point project is using a Developmental Evaluation (DE) approach to monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) which leads to innovation through a focus on documentation, reflection, and learning so that we can refine strategies at every step of the way.
It’s July, 2014. What Has Tipping Point Learned So Far?
“If you have the right aspiration and devotion towards what you want to achieve in life, I guarantee that you will reach it at some point in time!”
CARE's work on Food Security in the Ultra Poor in Bangladesh (FSUP) indicates that the changes for women can only happen if there are broader changes in their environments and communities. This means working with men and boys to help increase women's mobility and access to resources.