The outcome includes the "traditional" role of the IUCN Red List:
i) Identified particular species at risk of extinction and underpinned priority-setting processes for single species remains of critical importance
ii) Encompassed the use of data from the Red List for multi-species analyses in order to identify and monitor trends in species status and to catalyze appropriate conservation action.
IUCN is implementing its flagship project titled “Updating Species Red List of Bangladesh” as a sub-project component of the “Strengthening Regional Cooperation for Wildlife Protection Project” of the Bangladesh Forest Department funded by The World Bank since December 2013. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is widely recognized.