OUR GOAL

Health Status Improved

OUR OBJECTIVE

Increased use of evidence-based research and policy analysis for health planning and decision making

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RDM Project of icddr,b organized the first piloting of the “Short Course on Implementation Research” from 16 to 20 February 2020. The main objective of this course was to provide participants with an understanding of the basic concepts of implementation research and enhance their capacity to interpret and use the research findings in the program. This course was attended by fifteen program managers and implementers from the government and non-government sectors.
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An inception Meeting on NCD Management Model (PEN-Model) in Primary Healthcare Settings was held on September 11, 2019 at CIRDAP convention hall, Dhaka. The meeting was attended by all relevant stakeholders and honorable secretary of health services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Md. Ashadul Islam was present as the chief guest.
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Sensitization meeting on NCD eMIS system for identification, screening, diagnosis and management of maternal hypertension and diabetes and hypertension and diabetes in “at risk population’’ in Baraigram, Natore was held on May 06, 2019
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A Consultative Workshop on non communicable disease-eMIS system was held at Kotchadpur Upazilla Health Complex, Jhenaidah on December 12, 2019. The workshop was attended by honorable ex- health secretary, Md. Ashadul Islam. After the workshop, he visited the NCD corner to observe the NCD-eMIS system
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Mr. Xerses Sidhwa, Director, Office of Population, Health, Nutrition and Education (OPHNE) USAID, Bangladesh and his entourage visited icddr,b on 4 February 2020. They met the Senior Leadership Team of icddr,b and the USAID-funded RDM project representatives. They also toured several areas of Dhaka Hospital.
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A national dissemination was held on March 8, 2020 to communicate the methodology and findings of identifying newborn signal functions to assess the service availability and readiness of public health facilities in Bangladesh as it pertains to providing healthcare services to newborns. A total of 20 signal functions were identified, of them nine are primary, 13 are basic, 18 are comprehensive and 20 are advanced. Professor Dr Abul Kalam Azad, Director General, Directorate General of Health Services was the Chair of the session.
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