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Improving maternal and newborn health in Bogra District, Bangladesh [GB-CHC-1085096-GPAF-INN-061]

Women and Children First (UK)

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This project seeks to improve maternal and newborn health in Bogra District, Bangladesh. A total 22,307 women of reproductive age (aged 15-44), 5,819 girls aged 10-14 and 5,019 newborns will benefit directly from the project. These benefits will be achieved through three complementary approaches – facilitating women’s groups; establishing referral and communication systems between communities and health facilities; and supporting advocacy with decision-makers. These approaches will improve maternal and newborn health by enabling community members, health workers and policy-makers to take action to improve maternal and newborn health care and care-seeking behaviour, service quality and accessibility and policy.;

Status - Implementation More information about project status
Funding More information about project funding
Implementing Organisation(s) More information about implementing organisation(s)
  • BADAS - Perinatal Care Project
Sector groups as a percentage of project budget More information about project sector groups
Project budget vs actual spend More information about project budget vs actual spend