Using a non-randomized concurrent comparison design, this study aims to assess the benefits of using reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) e-Registers under the eMIS initiative of the Directorate General of Family Planning to clients, health care providers, and the health system. Furthermore, it explores the barriers and challenges to the implementation of the eMIS initiative. Both quantitative and qualitative methodologies will be used for collecting and analyzing data and interpreting the results.
To assess the benefits of using RMNCH e-Registers incurred to clients, health care providers, and the health system and explore barriers and challenges in the implementation of eMIS.
Tangail district (intervention area)
Habiganj district (intervention area)
Mymensingh district (comparison area)
Kishoreganj district (comparison area)
- Directorate General of Family Planning
- MaMoni MNCSP, Save the Children, Bangladesh
- MEASURE Evaluation
- Data for Impact
DATE OF RESULTS DISSEMINATION
4 September 2023
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