ABOUT US

We are one of the world’s leading global health research institutes.

Based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, we are committed to solving public health problems facing low- and middle-income countries through innovative scientific research – including laboratory-based, clinical, epidemiological and health systems research. By developing, testing and assessing the implementation of interventions specifically designed for resource-poor settings, we aim to improve the health and wellbeing of people living in the world’s poorest nations. For more than 50 years, we have been carrying out high-quality research and promoting the uptake of evidence-based interventions. Our initial focus was on diarrhoeal disease, but we now study multiple infectious diseases, other threats to public health, and methods of healthcare delivery. Our work has had a profound impact on health policy and practice both locally and globally – and this remains our key objective for the future.

Strategy

Our vision, mission and values, and future plans.

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Approach

How we go about achieving our aims.

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Leadership

Our Senior Leadership Team, Board of Trustees and Scientific Advisory Group.

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Funding

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Reports

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Governance

How we adhere to international standards of governance.

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History

The origins and evolution of icddr,b.

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Achievements

The impact of our work in Bangladesh and globally.

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12 APRIL 2017

Patients' perception vital to medication adherence for type-2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes are increasing globally and often remain undiagnosed in low-income settings. A recent icddr,b study has recommended effective health education interventions to improve diabetes care because of recent alarming growth in people with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) as such.

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