Key cost issues in family planning service delivery in Bangladesh.
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Published by Population Council, Bangladesh in Dhaka .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Birth control -- Bangladesh -- Costs

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsPopulation Council (Bangladesh)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.B3 K45 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 71 p. ;
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16673900M
LC Control Number2007340071

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Many Muslim clerics and reformers in Bangladesh support family planning in view of better health of mothers and children and the costs of raising children. What challenges does Bangladesh still face in terms of family planning? Bangladesh’s success in lowering the TFR to is highly laudable, but statistical averages always hide some issues. Bangladesh, in estimating the cost of the National Family Planning Program (–), Bangladesh. We would also like to express our gratitude to Line Directors, File Size: 1MB. The Bangladesh Family Planning Programme: Achievements, Gaps and the Way Forward Barkat-e-Khuda, Ph.D (inadequate and inefficient service delivery, low CPR among young married women, regional Second, the systemic problems affecting the programme should be addressed on an urgent basis. Third, there is a need to re-think the role of the. USAID/BANGLADESH: POPULATION AND FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM ASSESSMENT APRIL This publication was produced for review by the United States Agency for International Development. It was prepared by Mohammed Alauddin, Gerard Bowers, Gary Lewis, and Betty Ravenholt through the Global Health Technical Assistance Project.

The Urban Primary Health Care Services Delivery Project (UPHCSDP) aims to improve maternal and child health, nutrition and family planning for the urban poor through, among others, provision of primary health care services. Behaviour change communication (BCC), outreach and counselling are key activities for the project. Progress in the Health and Family Planning Sector Nevertheless, there are some signs of success in the country. The government of Bangladesh has made considerable efforts to provide health and family planning services in the years since the country’s independence in , which has resulted in progress in some Size: KB. The health system of Bangladesh relies heavily on the government or the public sector for financing and setting overall policies and service delivery mechanisms. Two benchmark rates were reported for family planning costs in Nepal: Thapa and Tsui () estimated annual family planning costs of US$ million per year to reach million users in the year , a 34% contraceptive prevalence rate Vlassoff et al. () reported that per user cost of family planning in Nepal for File Size: KB.

  Providers of family planning services should offer pregnancy testing and counseling services as part of core family planning services, in accordance with recommendations of major professional medical organizations, such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) (95–97). • The DGFP issued the National Family Planning Guidelines in and revised other policies to allow young people to access LARC services from government family planning service centres. • FPAB, Engender Health Bangladesh and Marie Stopes Bangladesh advocated for young couples have access to long-acting family planning methods. Bangladesh Health Care Delivery System. Over the 45 years after independence, the HCDS of Bangladesh has gone through a number of reforms and established an extensive health infrastructure [].The provision of basic health services in Bangladesh is pluralistic with four key actors that define its structure and function: government, private, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and donor Cited by: 4.   Of all the services included in this study, with the exceptions of normal and C-section delivery, medicine and supply costs dominate the unit cost of service provision, representing ∼50% or more of the unit by: 3.