Community Dialogues in Bangladesh

Community Dialogues in Bangladesh aims to develop and test a “community dialogue” approach for preventing and controlling antibiotic resistance in Bangladesh. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, UK. The project has five objectives: to conduct research to inform the content of and processes for delivering community dialogues; to adapt the community dialogues approach to the setting; to pilot-test the approach in the catchment areas of five community clinics; to evaluate the feasibility of the pilot intervention in terms of the number of people it reaches, the extent to which it is delivered as intended, and whether or not is it acceptable to a range of stakeholders; and to engage with key stakeholders, such as policy makers, district health officials, community clinic staff and communities to ensure that the intervention is appropriate.

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