Advancing Routine Health Management Information Systems (HMIS) to deliver for Every Newborn (EN-BIRTH study phase 2): Assessing the feasibility of incorporating, and exploring data quality and utility for selected maternal and newborn indicators in Kushtia, Bangladesh

This implementation research will explore the acceptability, appropriateness, fidelity, feasibility and costs of ENAP indicator integration in the national HMIS/DHIS2. The study will be conducted in 16 public health facilities in Kushtia district of Bangladesh. Both quantitative and qualitative data collection method will be employed to address the objective.

To develop and implement a Toolkit for systematically assessing the availability of MNH data elements in existing HMIS and explore the feasibility of incorporating data element required for capturing EN-BIRTH phase-1 validated indicators through HMIS.

Study Area
Kushtia and Rajbari District

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Data for Impact (D4I)


Expected Date of Result Dissemination
December 2021

Focal Person
Dr. Shafiqul Ameen
Shema Mhajabin