On June 5, 2017, a daylong workshop was held to set research agenda for the USAID’s RDM Activity to conduct implementation research within the project’s five year period. Particularly, this event focused on identifying possible evidence gaps and prioritizing research
The preliminary results of the National Prevalence of Maternal Morbidity in Bangladesh 2016 were presented to government officials, policy makers, scientists, academicians, clinicians, program managers and NGO officials at a dissemination seminar held on January 15, 2018. The event, organized
On August 30, 2018, a consultative meeting with development partners was organized by USAID’s Research for Decision Makers (RDM) Activity to share preliminary findings on family planning, maternal, newborn, child health services from the Bangladesh Health Facility Survey (BHFS) 2017.
On May 7, 2018 a delegation from USAID Bangladesh visited icddr,b to experience the organisation’s pioneering and successful journey since inception and learn more about the USAID’s Research for Decision Makers (RDM) Activity, a five-year implementation research project that icddr,b
For many women, giving birth is an astounding experience. However, for those in developing countries giving birth can also bring death or cause lifelong ill-health or morbidity due to unsafe conditions without proper medical attention. Globally, the true burden of