The Burma Outreach and Distance Education Project (BODEP) was implemented by USAID to address the increasing need for civil society leaders who can create networks, mobilize communities, and build coalitions in Burma. BODEP addressed this need through five project themes, including English teacher training, training of trainers, distance education, leadership, and networking. Contracted to evaluate it, IBTCI employed a mixed methods approach designed to collect data to inform USAID on the progress of BODEP’s implementation and overall efficacy. IBTCI conducted an initial review of project literature and academic literature in the public domain to provide background analysis on the state and evolution of civil society in Burma in the 10 years prior to project implementation. Additionally, IBTCI conducted a perception survey, in collaboration with local partner Myanmar Survey Research (MSR), which utilized focus group discussions and key informant interviews (KIIs) to determine communities within Myanmar that have been positively impacted by BODEP. In total, data collected by IBTCI included 13 focus group discussions and over 230 in-person interviews.