Bangladesh has struggled with weak health systems, a lack of governance and severe air pollution. Abt’s technical assistance efforts contributed to improving governance in Bangladesh. The HFG project examined health care service selection within the private sector—specifically for young women and girls—to assess where support was needed. The project supported the Ministry of Health’s development of a health financing strategy. The SHOPS project worked towards reducing maternal and neonatal mortality. USAID’s CEADIR project utilized Abt’s expertise in renewable energy development and climate finance, addressing the threat climate change poses to Bangladesh’s wetlands, forests, and communities. An analysis of the country’s climate finance situation provided the Bangladeshi government with key institutional strategies for mitigating and adapting to climate change.