The aim of this case study is to identify factors that influence the use of “Casa Maternas” for delivery. TRAction and its research partners aim to answer the following questions:
TRAction is funding research examining the effectiveness of targeted interventions and services with emphasis on improving access to family planning and outcomes among high-risk populations in Bangladesh.
Implemented by International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research (icddr,b)
Study Location: Sylhet and Brahmanbaria districts, Bangladesh
The aim of this case study is to identify factors that influence the use of available facilities for delivery. TRAction and its research partners hope to answer the following questions:
The aim of this study is to determine the impact of Evidence Based Planning and Budgeting on equitable health service delivery. Research questions include:
The aim of this case study is to identify factors that influence the use of available facilities for delivery, within the context of the Revolusi KIA program. Research questions include:
This case study aims to investigate the processes and equity outcomes of both individual and geographic targeting of insurance cards. Research questions include:
This study has major implications in making EmONC services available in hard-to-reach areas, and for accelerating progress in achieving MDG 4&5 by 2015 and beyond. Ministry of Health stakeholders will be directly informed of potential strategies to mitigate the problem of HRH shortage from the results of this study, contributing to the overall strengthening of health systems in Bangladesh.