According the Research findings ``Measuring Changes in South Asia” on Change Makers from five different countries including Bangladesh have found that the method has able to bring change in human behaviour which is important to resist Violence against Women. We Can Bangladesh Effectiveness Review a comparative study have found that the collective efforts in implementing areas are significant then non intervened area. In the World Bank report (Violence against Women and Girls: Lessons from South Asia by Solotaroff, Jennifer L.; Pande, Rohini Prabha of World Bank in 2014.) WE CAN is appreciated a successful programme in Bangladesh to end VAW and DV. In 2014 a research based programme funded by Netherlands Embassy, Bangladesh name SAFE has been conducted by the lead of ICDDR,B and Population Council and 3 implementing organisations including Amrai Pari involved in the programme. It was also assumed that multiple sources of support for survivors of spousal VAWG would be necessary to increase women and Girls agency and promote help seeking behaviours. (Naved RT, Amin S. Impact of SAFE intervention on sexual and reproductive health and rights and Violence against women and girls in Dhaka slums)
In National Action Plan on Preventing VAWG 2013-2025 (page 19), Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Government of Bangladesh, considered WE CAN campaign a very effective initiative in Bangladesh.