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Anindita Bhattacharjee

Anindita Bhattacharjee

Senior Researcher & Initiative Lead, UPGI-BIGD Partnership

anindita.bhattacharjee@bracu.ac.bd

Anindita Bhattacharjee has joined BIGD as a Senior Researcher and as the Lead of BRAC Ultra Poor Graduation Initiative (UPGI)-BIGD Partnership, providing research capacity and support to UPGI’s efforts to work with governments to scale the Ultra-Poor Graduation approach. Anindita started her research career at BRAC’s Research and Evaluation Division (RED) in 2009. Previously, she has also worked at BIGD. Her last appointment was as Senior Manager- Research, Learning, and Knowledge at Save the Children International in Bangladesh, where she worked to build research and strategic learning capacity. During her career, Anindita has led/co-led designing and implementing operational and evaluative research projects on diverse topics, including poverty, adolescent development, youth skill development, child labour, COVID-19’s effects, and child protection. She is also experienced in synthesizing evidence, linking research with policy advocacy, and stakeholder management.

Journal Article

The Impact of Entrepreneurship Training and Credit on the Labour Market Outcomes of Disadvantaged Young People

Date: 2024

Author(s): Khan, Tahsina Naz; Bhattacharjee, Anindita; Das, Narayan; Hossain, Marzuk A.N.; Rahman, Atiya; Tabassum, Asma

Publisher: Development in Practice

Are the Youth of Bangladesh Agents of Change? Youth Survey 2018

Status: Completed

Researcher(s): Imran Matin, PhD, Narayan C. Das, PhD, Nusrat Jahan, Anindita Bhattacharjee, Md. Shakil Ahmed

Topic(s): BRAC Programs, Skills and Jobs, Social Transformation

Credit plus Grant-Based Approach to Ultra-Poverty Reduction: An Experimental Evaluation

Status: Completed

Researcher(s): Narayan C. Das, PhD, Anindita Bhattacharjee

Topic(s): BRAC Programs, Economic Development, Ultra-Poor Graduation

How Sustainable are the Impacts of Vocational Training? Evidence from BRAC’s Intervention

Status: Completed

Researcher(s): Atiya Rahman (On study leave), Anindita Bhattacharjee

Topic(s): BRAC Programs, Economic Development, Skills and Jobs

Towards Employability and Better Livelihood: An Evaluation of BRAC’s Skills Development Initiative

Researcher(s): Anindita Bhattacharjee, Md. Kamruzzaman

Topic(s): Skills and Jobs, BRAC Programs, Economic Development

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