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2006 Bangladesh urban health survey

Gustavo Angeles

2006 Bangladesh urban health survey

by Gustavo Angeles

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Published by National Institute of Population Research and Training in [Dhaka .
Written in English


About the Edition

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.

Edition Notes

Other titlesBangladesh urban health survey, Two thousand six Bangladesh urban health survey
Statement[contributors to the report, Gustavo Angeles ... et al.].
ContributionsNational Institute of Population Research and Training (Bangladesh), MEASURE Evaluation Project
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA566.5.B3 A14 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24380300M
LC Control Number2009346033

Mental Health and the Health System in Bangladesh: Situation Analysis of a Neglected Domain Article (PDF Available) January with 8, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Anwar Islam.   The Urban Health Survey was conducted in six megacities in Bangladesh. Slums were defined as areas of concentrated vulnerability. Using satellite images from census as a starting point, four criteria for identifying slums were used: poor housing conditions, high overall density, poor environmental services, and high prevalence (over Cited by:

Bangladesh is considered an urban country based on their population density () Population Density [ edit ] Based on the CIA World Fact Book figures for population (,,) and land area (, km 2), Bangladesh has the highest population density among large countries, 1, persons per square kilometre, and 12th overall Birth rate: births/1,, population ( est.). Over the past 45 years, Bangladesh’s health and nutrition policies and programs have focused largely on rural health services and outcomes. Consequently, equitable access to quality health and nutrition services—particularly for the urban poor—has emerged as a major, pressing development issue.

demand side of the issue using a household survey on slum population in the largest concentration of slums in the country-Dhaka city. The survey assessed the level of demand for health care and access to health care from qualified providers, and identified the determinants of health care seeking behavior. declined to About percent of the population is urban and percent is rural (Census , Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics). 1 Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (), Pocket Book of the Year. 2 National Vitamin A Survey (), Helen Keller International and Institute of Public Health and Nutrition.


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2006 Bangladesh urban health survey by Gustavo Angeles Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bangladesh Urban Health Survey (UHS) with conducting a survey designed to obtain a broad health profile of the urban population of Bangladesh.

The ultimate fruit of this effort was the Urban Health Survey ( UHS), a rich, microlevel health-interview survey of communities, households, and individuals throughout the City.

The Bangladesh Urban Health Survey (UHS) is a representative household survey of slums and non-slums of City Corporations and other urban areas that was implemented through a collaborative effort of the National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Measure Evaluation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, and.

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, SuiteRockville, 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 2006 Bangladesh urban health survey book 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 Surveyand 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 inwere 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. Consequently, equitable access of urban populations—particularly the urban poor—to quality health and nutrition services has emerged as a major development issue.

However, the knowledge base on urban health and nutrition in Bangladesh remains by: 3. Book Chapters. Cause of Death in Children Under Five Years of Age, Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey,Chapter – 9. General Health Issues. Bangladesh Urban Health Survey,Chapter – 6. Infant Feeding and Child Nutritional Status.

Bangladesh Urban Health Survey,Chapter – A. Sector Performance, Problems, and Opportunities 1. Although Bangladesh is making significant progress toward reaching the health-related (ACPR).

Bangladesh Urban Health Survey. Dhaka. 2 4. The country’s five-year plan for and other government policies make meeting RRP: Bangladesh: Urban Primary Health Care. of Urban Bangladesh Mapping and census of 6 major cities was carried out as a basis for the Urban Health Survey(UHS) Carried out by Centre for Urban Studies for National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT) and MEASURE Evaluation of University of North Carolina Funded by USAID Bangladesh.

About one third of the urban population lives in slums, which are areas that exhibit pronounced concentrations of factors that negatively affect health and nutrition. The Urban Health Survey (UHS)and a similar survey conducted inwere designed to examine the conditions of the urban population of Bangladesh with explicit attention.

According to the Bangladesh Urban Health Survey (BUHS), birth rate per woman in urban slums declined from in to in while for non-slum women it dwindled to compared Author: Porimol Palma.

Population growth rate % Bangladesh Health Bulletin Population density (people/sq km) World Statistics Pocket Book Series 14 Distribution of population (rural/urban) Rural: % Urban: % World Urbanization Prospects: Revision.

3. Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) is the seventh national-level demographic and health survey designed to provide information to address the monitoring and evaluation needs of the Health, Population and Nutrition Sector Development Program (HPNSDP) and to provide managers and policy makers involved in this program with .“Bangladesh Urban Health Survey” is a sample survey of urban slum and non-slum population conducted in suggested that women from each slum area would require reaching at 80% statistical power with a 5% level of significance, inter-cluster correlation, and 5% non-response rate.

This sample size was determined based on the Cited by: 7.