2005 Rural NGO Service Delivery Program (NSDP) Evaluation Survey
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Author(s): Angeles G, Lance P
The 2005 Rural NGO Service Delivery Program (NSDP) Evaluation Survey in Bangladesh provides data to evaluate the rural component of the NGO Service Delivery Program (NSDP), a four-year, USAID-funded health and population project. It provides information on the use of Essential Service Package (ESP) components for a representative sample of 7,651 women in NSDP project areas and 4,418 women in non-NSDP areas, including utilization of services at the NSDP network of facilities (static and satellite clinics and depotholders) and alternative providers, knowledge of health promotion behaviors, awareness of NSDP services, and the quality of treatment at NSDP clinics. The survey, part of a continuing evaluation that began with a baseline survey in 1998 followed by mid-project evaluation surveys in 2001 and 2003, was conducted by Associates for Community and Population Research (ACPR), a Dhaka-based research firm, with technical assistance from the MEASURE Evaluation Project at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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