Impact Evaluation Study of the Investment Promotion & Financing Facility Project (IPFF)

Jan 15, 2020

Description of Project

The assignment is to carry out a detail impact evaluation study of the IPFF project to find out outcome and output of government expenditure. The objective of the study is to evaluate the impact of the projects under the IPFF umbrellaby assessing qualitative and quantitative results of the projects.The impact evaluation study will be used as a decision making tool and in turn will assist the government in formulating future policies and guiding decision making measures in this particular area for financing similar ventures. In order to execute the project, the consultant is expected to undertake study that will comprise of a multi-dimensional assessment of the projects under scrutiny. The basic objective of this proposed study is to develop and apply a framework for measurement and evaluation of impacts of IPFF project in Bangladesh. Findings of this research will contribute to better strategic management of future policies, development of similar PPP programs and access to Government’s assistance for development of PPP projects through advocating changes required to maximize contribution to economic and social development.

Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment:

The consulting team is working to undertake an investigative impact evaluation study by means of an approach that will be comprised of both primary and secondary research and investigation. The impact evaluation study will review the IPFF project based on the following parameters for measuring outcome and output of expenditure:

  • Assessment of the financial position
  • Assessment of Disbursement, Monitoring and Supervision
  • Audit Assessment
  • Assessment of purpose and achievement
  • Assessment of strengths and weaknesses of fund management
  • Assessment of procedural weakness
  • Overall program evaluation and recommendation

For further information on this project, please write to


     Finance and Risk; Social and Economic Development




    Ministry of Finance; GOB; World Bank