by National Institute of Population Research and Training in [Dhaka .
Written in English
Collaborative effort of National Institute of Population Research and Training and MEASURE Evaluation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with financial support from USAID/Bangladesh.
|Other titles||Bangladesh urban health survey, Two thousand six Bangladesh urban health survey|
|Statement||[contributors to the report, Gustavo Angeles ... [et al.]].|
|Contributions||Angeles, Gustavo., National Institute of Population Research and Training (Bangladesh), MEASURE Evaluation Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various paging) :|
|LC Control Number||2009346033|
The Bangladesh Urban Health Survey is a sample survey of health problems and health-care seeking behavior in urban areas. The survey used a multi-stage sampling scheme and the sample frame was developed by the Census and Mapping of iews were conducted in slum and non-slum areas of six cities. Bangladesh: Standard DHS, ICF, Gaither Road, Suite , Rockville, MD Tel: +1 * Fax: +1 Bangladesh Urban Health Survey | 15 Figure Ownership of durable goods, UHS 2 and Materials used for slum housing improved betw een and (Table ). BANGLADESH DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEY National Institute of Population Research and Training Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Dhaka, Bangladesh Mitra and Associates Dhaka, Bangladesh The DHS Program ICF .
UHS Urban Health Survey UN United Nations UNPFA United Nations Population Fund In Bangladesh overall, there was a significant drop in infant mortality from to (National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT) et al., ). However, the neonatal mortality The health of the urban poor in Bangladesh, particularly File Size: KB. Nutrition survey of children under five years: Province of Badakshan, Afghanistan, January The urban poor in Bangladesh are especially vulnerable to out of pocket catastrophic health expenditures which can lead this population into further impoverishment. The urban poor pay a larger share of their income for health care, yet. Contributing staff, Bangladesh Urban Health Survey. National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), MEASURE Evaluation, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B), and Associates for Community and Population Research (ACPR). Dhaka, Bangladesh and Chapel Hill, NC, USA: Book Chapters.
Baseline levels were estimated using the Bangladesh Urban Health Survey , and it was assumed that the program would achieve a 50% improvement in these indicators with a design effect of (to adjust for the clustered sample). The required sample size ranged from (3 or more antenatal care visits) to (facility delivery).Cited by: A study on risk factors of infant mortality, using data from the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey, showed that the risk of mortality in Bangladesh is times higher for smaller babies. Infant mortality in Bangladesh is also lower for the urban population as well as for higher economic classes (which have greater access to health. Worldwide urbanization has become a crucial issue in recent years. Bangladesh, one of the poorest and most densely-populated countries in the world, has been facing rapid urbanization. In urban areas, maternal indicators are generally worse in the slums than in the urban non-slum areas. The Manoshi program at BRAC, a non governmental organization, Cited by: negatively affect health and nutrition. The Urban Health Survey (UHS) , and a similar survey conducted in , were designed to examine the conditions of the urban population of Bangladesh with explicit attention to look at differences between slum and non-slum groups. Figure 1: A century of trends in urban and rural populations.