Maxwell Stamp implemented both the Phase 1 and 2 of CLP with the following main components:
- Providing infrastructure, primarily in the areas of flood protection, sanitation and clean water supply.
- Asset building and livelihoods interventions aimed at the poorest island char dwellers, based around the provision of income generating assets.
- Encouraging social development, with group interactions and exposure to important topics in health, sanitation, disaster preparedness and social rights and responsibilities.
- Offering social protection through ‘cash-for-work,’ monthly stipends to the poorest households and the development of community safety-nets.
- Promoting enterprise that facilitates growth in agricultural and non-farm sectors and also supports the development of key growth-related services, in particular microfinance and livestock services.
- With £120 million in grant funding, the CLP was the largest project in DFID-Bangladesh’s portfolio of activities to address extreme poverty in Bangladesh and contribute to achieving the First Millennium Development Goal.
Among others, Maxwell Stamp was responsible for:
- Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods and Improving Markets for the Poor
- Protecting Communities from Floods and Erosion
- Increasing Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
- Improving Food Security and Promoting Good Nutrition
- Supporting Women’s Empowerment and Social Development
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Providing Education in Remote and Fragile Regions
- Reaching Marginalised Boys and Girls through Community Engagement
- Investment in Quality Teaching
- Innovation in Classroom Building
- Sustainability through PPPs
- Microfinance Programme
- Primary Health Care and Family Planning Project Management
Timeframe: April, 2010 - October, 2016
Realated Countries: Bangladesh
Categories: Livelihood Promotion, Project Management and Implementation