National and international partners in universal health coverage

  • Asian Development Bank/Government of Bangladesh: Urban health and demographic surveillance system.
  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Effectiveness of introducing group prenatal care in Bangladesh in selected facilities in a district of Bangladesh
  • Commission of the European Communities (EU): Strengthening capacities of icddr,b and national health authorities for better health policies and strategies for improved outcomes.
  • Department for International Development (DFID), UK:  Mapping of the urban health service landscape, integration of private and public health sector services, and assessment of maternal, neonatal and child health information systems in selected urban NGOs.
  • DFIS CRH: Exploring abuse of women in facilities during childbirth.
  • FHI 360: Influence of women’s empowerment on marriage and violence in Bangladesh.
  • Government of Bangladesh: Extending health care services to the poor and marginalised people of Chakaria and Teknaf.
  • Grand Challenges Canada: Breast milk pasteurisation for factory workers in Bangladesh.
  • INDEPTH Network, Ghana: Monitoring and assessing the impact of vaccinations and other childhood interventions.
  • Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK: ICTs and the changing health knowledge economy: How people find health information in Bangladesh.
  • Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington: Tracking and analysing the financial resources of the National Immunization Program in Bangladesh; and GAVI full country evaluation.
  • International Development Research Centre, Canada: Making eHealth equitable and accountable for health systems integration.
  • James P Grant School of Public Health, Bangladesh: Assessing determinants of demand for micro health insurance in rural Bangladesh; factors determining health workforce in Bangladesh.
  • Johns Hopkins University, USA: Exploring mobile phone-based healthcare.
  • LEPRA Bangladesh: Situation analysis and strengthening integration of leprosy elimination activities into general health services in Bangladesh. 
  • Medical Research Council (MRC), UK: Cluster randomised control trial to reduce violence against women and girls in slums of Dhaka;impacts of demand-side financing instruments on the continuum of care of maternal and child health in India and Bangladesh; stakeholder monitoring to improve quality of maternal and neonatal health care in public and private sector facilities.
  • Stanford University, USA: Promoting mother-to-mother networking for child health and immunisation in slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA): Estimation of the burden of diarrhoeal disease.
  • Sydney University, Australia: South Asian infant feeding research network policy analysis.
  • United Nations Population Fund: Providing technical support to Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics for conducting the 2015 national survey on violence against women.
  • University Research Co. LLC: Operations research to ensure 24/7 emergency obstetric care services by minimising the human resources gap in selected public facilities in Bangladesh.
  • WHO:  Aiming for effective coverage of urban primary health care in Bangladesh.

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