Project Details


Project/study or activity:Concern Worldwide Bangladesh Urban Health Project in Saidpur and Parbatipur
Description:CWI has intervened in municipal health in Bangladesh since the 1970s. In 1998 the organization shifted its strategy from direct service delivery for urban slum populations using mobile clinics, to strengthening the municipal health system. CWI initially conducted a mid-term evaluation of this child survival project using the CSSA (Child Survival Sustainability Assessment) to assess its progress in developing a sustainable maternal and child health system. (See "Sustainability assessment in NGO-implemented primary health care programs" in Resources.) By its final evaluation
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Documents and Tools:   Final Evaluation Report (2004) of Concern Worldwide Bangladesh Urban Health Project in Saidpur and Parbatipur
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Photos:    Saidpur Picture
Related Topics:   Civil Society
  Community Capacity
  Equity
  Evaluation/assessment
  Health Outcomes
  Health systems strengthening
  Health/Basic Services
  Maternal and Child Health
  Organizational Capacity
  Political participation
  Public Sector