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Bangladesh, district level socio-demographic and health care utilization indicators

Bangladesh, district level socio-demographic and health care utilization indicators

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Published by National Institute of Population Research and Training, ORC Macro in Dhaka, Calverton, MD .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[contributors, Tulshi Saha ... et al.].
ContributionsSaha, Tulshi., National Institute of Population Research and Training (Bangladesh), ORC Macro. MEASURE/DHS+ (Programme)
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 66 p. :
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16742729M
LC Control Number2006414749


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Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators Journal Article. 71 (), pp. 71, Links | BibTeX | Tags: Maternal Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) } 18 entries «‹ 1 of 2 ›» This website was produced with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the.

Key demographic indicators for Bangladesh: Under-Five Mortality Rate, Population. The health workforce crisis in Bangladesh: shortage, inappropriate skill mix, and inequitable distribution. Human Resources for Health. ; (doi: /). Table 1 Key demographic, macroeconomic and health indicators of Bangladesh Results Source of information Total population of country m Bangladesh Health Bulletin Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators.

Technical Report. Full-text available. Dec ; Karar Z Ahsan. Atik Ahsan. The Bangladesh Maternal Mortality and Health Care Survey (BMMS) was implemented under the authority of the National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Medical Education.

Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators Prevalence of Obstetric Fistula and Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Bangladesh This website was produced with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the terms of USAID’s Research for Decision Makers (RDM) Activity.

Mayincorporates many maternal health interventions and indicators and recognizes the need to train health workers in both maternal and neonatal health. Some stakeholders feel that district level socio-demographic and health care utilization indicators book main challenge for implementing the contin-uum of care in Bangladesh is efficiency.

In many cases, the quality and coverage of interventions. 1. HEALTH SYSTEM IN BANGLADESH Dr Zulfiquer Ahmed Amin Dept of Hospital Administration AIIMS, Delhi 2. A health Care System consists of all organizations; structural and non-structural resources, people and their coherent actions that promote, restore or maintain health.

4 Types of Health System Goals 4. The health system in Bangladesh is. Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators.

Technical Report. Book. Full-text available. to the health care center. Conclusion: The present study revealed low utilization of pregnancy-related health care utilization among the study population; especially in case of antenatal care. The study can provide new insight for policy makers to devote resources for achieving the best possible quality of maternal and child health services.

The aim of this study was to explore the socio-demographic factors influencing Maternal and Child Health service utilization in Mwingi district. This was a descriptive cross-sectional study.

Data was collected from a sample of women. Variables of interest were; socio-demographic variables and selected MCH service utilization indicators. Utilization of reproductive health services is a key component for preventing young women from different sexual and reproductive health problems.

Thus, the objective of this study is to determine the factors influencing the use of reproductive health services among young women in Nepal. Data have been extracted from the Nepal Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS) datasets. More specifically, with regard to health, we focus on indicators of access to health (antenatal and postnatal care) and health outcomes (gastric diseases).

In addition, we measure inequalities in health outcomes by using the indicator of the most commonly reported disease, i.e. "Can community level interventions have an impact on equity and utilization of maternal health care"—evidence from rural Bangladesh.

Int J Equity Health ; doi: / [PMC free article]. Three-year duration Demand-Based Reproductive Commodity Project (DBRHCP) was launched in three low performing areas: rural Nabiganj (population ,), Raipur (population ,) and urban slum in Dhaka (population ,).

Objectives: Assessing changes in knowledge among married women of reproductive age on selected reproductive health issues and to explore their service utilization.

To capture the changes in health care utilization over time, Difference in Differences (DiD) estimation was used. In Bangladesh for district level administration, a district is subdivided into several sub districts (upazilas) and an upazila is subdivided into a lower level of administration called unions.

To assess the impact of the. Services at the provincial and district level. As a result of health sector reforms that have decentralized health services, services are integrated as one goes down the hierarchy of health structure from the na-tional level to the provincial and district levels.

Under decentralisation, the district. Ref: Bangladesh District level Socio -demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators, BMMS THANK YOU. Created Date: 12/20/ PM Title.

Inequity in utilization of maternal health services: a challenge for achieving Millennium Development Goal 5 in Bangladesh. icddr,b, Health and Science Bulletin,Vol 10 No 1, March Iftekher H, Mohammad Mainul H. Determinants of choices of delivery care in some urban slums of Dhaka city. Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators.

by measureevaluation. The purpose of this report is to present health care utilization and socio-demographic indicators at the district level. The data from this report comes from the Bangladesh Maternal Mortality and Health Care Survey (BMMS).

Postnatal care (PNC) for the mother and infant is a neglected area, even for women who give birth in a health facility.

Currently, there is very little evidence on the determinants of use of postnatal care from health facilities in Tanzania. This study examined the role of individual and community-level variables on the use of postnatal health services, defined as a check up from a heath.

Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators. [Google Scholar] National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Mitra and Associates, ICF International.

Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey Dhaka, Bangladesh and Calverton, Maryland, USA: NIPORT, Mitra and Associates, and. “Bangladesh Urban Health Survey” is a sample survey of urban slum and non-slum population conducted in suggested that women from each slum area would require reaching at 80% statistical power with a 5% level of significance, inter-cluster correlation, and 5% non-response rate.

This sample size was determined based on the. Bangladesh District level socio-demographic and health care utilization indicators. National Institute of Population Research and. The Agincourt health and socio-demographic surveillance system (HDSS), located in rural northeast South Africa close to the Mozambique border, was established in to support district health systems development led by the post-apartheid ministry of HDSS (90 people), based on an annual update of resident status and vital events, now supports multiple investigations into the.

High maternal mortality ratios remain a critical public health concern in Ghana. Birth preparedness and complication readiness (BP/CR), which is a component of focused antenatal care, is a safe motherhood strategy intended to promote skilled birth attendance by helping women and their families plan for pregnancy and childbirth, thereby reducing maternal mortality.

This study is investigated the pattern of utilization of child health care services provided by the Thana Health Complex (THC) of Keraniganj. The overall aim of the study was to identify the factors that are affecting the use of Child Health Care (CHC) services and to provide policy recommendations for improving the utilization of CHC facilities at the THC level.

1 INTRODUCTION. The proportion of older adults (aged > 60 years) is increasing dramatically around the globe.

Bangladesh is a developing country where the proportion of older adults has increased from % in to % in (Government of Bangladesh, ).In Bangladesh, the majority of all people (including older adults) live in rural areas (Government of Bangladesh, ). Matlab is a rural sub-district under Chandpur district located about 55 km Southeast of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Ban-gladesh (icddr,b) has been maintaining a Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) in this area covering a population of(in ) since [20]. Bangladesh Health Care Delivery System Over the 45 years after independence, the HCDS of Bangladesh has gone through a number of reforms and established an extensive health infrastructure [12].

The provision of basic health services in Bangladesh is pluralistic with four key actors that define its structure and function: government, private. Present TB status of Bangladesh: According to the WHO, 'Global TB Report ' total population was million, Bangladesh is one of the world's 30 high TB burden countries and near about people died due to estimated number of TB patients wasamong them male patients were recorded and female patient was Health Mansa District Council Medical Officer Facility-Level Data Management Systems According to respondents, paper-based entry and aggregation were more common at facility (54%) level compared to district level (14%).

At the facility level, 10 countries (46%) reported manual (on paper). National Institute of Population Research and Training, MEASURE Evaluation, UNC-CH, icddr b. Bangladesh District Level Socio-demographic and Health Care Utilization Indicators.

National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Mitra and Associates, ICF International.

Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey   The objectives of this study are to document the trend on utilisation of four or more (4+) antenatal care (ANC) over the last 22 years period and to explore the determinants and inequity of 4+ ANC utilisation as reported by the last two Bangladesh Demographic and Health surveys (BDHS) ( and ).

The data related to ANC have been extracted from the BDHS data set which is available. Hence, this study analysed the trend in inequity of the utilization of maternal health care services using the three recent rounds of the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey.

The general finding is that coverage level of maternal health care service increased for all outcomes except for 2+ TT injections during – and Urban Primary Health Care Services Delivery Project (UPHCSDP) ().

Under UPHCSDP, service coverage expanded substantially to around 10 million urban population through a primary health care network of 25 Comprehensive Reproductive Health Care Centers, Primary Health Care Centers and Satellite Clinics at the community level.

Bangladesh District level socio-demographic and health care utilization indicators. National Institute of Population Research and Training, and ORC Macro, Dhaka, Calverton Google Scholar; Figure 5 Geographic distribution of total fertility rate and changes over time.

Study area. Data for this study were extracted from Dodowa Health and Demographic Surveillance System (DHDSS) site database. The DHDSS is located in the south-eastern part of Ghana and operates within the boundaries of the Shai-Osudoku and Ningo-Prampram districts [].The DHDSS site lies between latitude 5°45′ south and 6°05′ north and longitude 0°05′ east and 0°20′ west with a.

Disparity in utilization of reproductive healthcare services between the urban poor and the urban non-poor households in the developing nations is well known. However, disparity may also exist within urban poor households.

Our objective was to document the extent of disparity in reproductive healthcare utilization among the urban poor and to identify the socio-demographic determinants of. Background Although achieved development goals on maternal and child health, in the era of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Bangladesh still needs to promote skilled attendance at birth as well as a continuum of care for mothers and babies.

How to implement effective interventions by strengthening the community health system also remains as a crucial policy issue. Abortion related deaths as a proportion of maternal mortality appears to have fallen dramatically in Bangladesh from 5 % in to 1 % in Yet complications from menstrual regulation (MR) and unsafe abortion continue to cause deleterious health, economic and social consequences for women in the country.

This quasi experimental design study with a baseline .