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Bangladesh
Bangladesh has a long history of conducting household surveys to inform its population, health, and nutrition portfolio and a large component of MEASURE Evaluation’s work addressed sampling design, implementation, and data analysis for several of these surveys.
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Bangladesh: HIS Indicators
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Preliminary Results of Bangladesh Urban Health Survey 2013 Released
In response to the rapid growth in urban population, the government of Bangladesh and USAID tasked a research team at icddr,b, based in Bangladesh, and MEASURE Evaluation with conducting a survey designed to obtain a broad health profile of the urban population of Bangladesh. The Urban Health Survey (UHS) 2013 is the second nationally representative survey providing insight into health status and health-seeking behavior in Bangladesh’s cities.
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Bangladesh Urban Health Survey Results Shared at International Conference on Urban Health
The Bangladesh Urban Health Survey 2013 (UHS 2013), aimed to determine the changes in the health and service utilization profile of the urban population, with explicit attention to examining whether the differences between slum and non-slum groups have narrowed since the 2006 survey.
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Transforming Rural Health Workers' Jobs through Digitization
Effective use of digital information and communication technologies is poised now to change the way rural health workers work and to offer them an increased level of efficiency. In Bangladesh, a pilot program has begun transforming the rural health workers’ jobs and the accuracy of the data they gather.
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Electronic Management Information Systems Strengthened in Bangladesh
A recently released report from the Bangladesh Ministry of Health and Family Welfare features work by MEASURE Evaluation to strengthen the country’s electronic management information systems.
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Public Health: Building Bridges to the Most Vulnerable
Karar Zunaid Ahsan, called Zunaid, is a PhD candidate in the Gillings School of Public Health at UNC, focusing on practical ways to deliver better health care to vulnerable populations, and working to analyze data to achieve that goal.
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A tribute to our dear friend, Subrata
Subrata Kumar Bhadra passed away unexpectedly on March 27, 2018. Subrata had a long history with MEASURE Evaluation. Ever eager, consistently positive, and always smiling, he was one of a kind.
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Family Planning Data Collaboration Advances DHIS 2 for Improved Program Data
As Bangladesh moves further toward digital health information management, it is realizing more of its capacity to generate, analyze, and use high-quality data for planning and decision making. This was emphasized at a recent signing ceremony.
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MEASURE Evaluation Co-organizes the International Conference on Big Data for Health
The conference provided a timely platform to exchange knowledge, experiences, and expertise to discuss digital innovations and ways to harness big data for sustainable development in health service delivery.
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