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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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Chief Technical Advisor: Bangladesh
The Chief Technical Advisor will provide strategic leadership and oversight of the technical, programmatic, administrative and operational aspects of the Technical Assistance Support Team to the Bangladesh Programme Management and Monitoring Unit (PMMU) of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW).
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New Approaches to Classify Wealth
A new study applies new approaches to DHS data from Bangladesh and Pakistan demonstrates the standard DHS wealth measures under-estimate the percent of the urban population that is poor.
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Physical and Sexual Abuse of Wives in Urban Bangladesh: Husbands’ Reports
Study results suggest that intimate partner violence prevention programs targeting men should consider spousal abuse, substance use, and sexual risk behaviors as social and public health problems and should also consider the sociocultural context within which men who abuse their partners are embedded.
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Maternal Mortality Drops 40% in Bangladesh
Results of the nationwide Maternal Mortality Survey 2010 released on February 13 estimate maternal deaths fell 40 percent in nine years.
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File PDF document Bangladesh Maternal Mortality and Health Care Survey 2010: Summary of Key Findings and Implications
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Bangladesh Map Featured in National Geographic Atlas of the World
The new, 9th edition of the National Geographic Atlas of the World features a map and results from the 2005 census and mapping of slums done by MEASURE Evaluation and its partners in Bangladesh.
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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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