ARK Foundation | Improving Primary Health Care using Community Clinics in Rural Bangladesh
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Improving Primary Health Care using Community Clinics in Rural Bangladesh

Project Description

The project aimed to improve quality of care of children in community clinics through an intervention and evaluation study.

 

The intervention contributed to a change in national policy and practice, with about 14,000 community health care providers (CHCPs) nationwide given the job aid and trained.

 

Part of the findings from this project have been disseminated at a conference in Vancouver on November, 2016.

 

A research article and a policy brief on this study are published and available online.

Project Details
Category

3. Communicable Disease, 5. Health System

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