Bangladesh: 2001 Rural Service Delivery Partnership Evaluation Survey - Facility Survey Report
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The 2001 Rural Service Delivery Partnership (RSDP) Evaluation Survey was designed to evaluate the performance of the RSDP program in delivering an Essential Service Package of primary health care interventions. These interventions were provided throug a network of static clinics and satellite clinics and depotholders aimed at serving underserved rural populations of Bangladesh. The facility survey had two main goals: 1) to define the service supply environment for populations in the 2001 RSDP Evaluation Survey in order to examine the choices that women make in deciding whether or not to use health services; and 2) to permit comparisons in quality, size, and efficiency among the different types of health facilities that are available to the study population.
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