Nutrition International's NTEAM.

Published: December 1, 2020


This report outlines the methodology, results, and learnings from a Progress Assessment conducted by Nutrition International’s Nutrition Technical Assistance Mechanism (NTEAM) for a technical assistance assignment by the Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) project in Bangladesh to support the Revitalization and Restructuring of the Bangaldesh National Nutrition Council to Steer National Level Nutrition Actions in the Country.

From February to May 2020, NTEAM conducted eight progress assessments of technical assistance that had been completed at least eight to nine months prior as part of its reporting requirements. The purpose of the assessments was to evaluate the contributions made by the technical assistance products and process to eight key outcomes: scale, coordination, quality, effectiveness, gender equality, inclusion, capacity, and capability of country actions and actors. In addition, the progress assessments also sought to identify any limiting and enabling factors that affected these outcomes, derive lessons learned, and make recommendations to accelerate progress to full effective implementation of the technical assistance products.

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Related Resource: Measuring Progress: Summary of Progress Assessments of Eight Technical Assistance Assignments from 2017-2019 by NTEAM’s TAN project






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