Restricting women’s movement: Violence in transportation

In urban cities, more and more women have to venture out for education and employment. However, they are faced with violence while going about their daily life. Two researchers, one from … Read More »

Urgent steps needed to activate the community clinics which can help married adolescent girls seek skilled maternal health care services

Child Marriage is currently the most important public health concern for Bangladesh, which affects also maternal and child health outcomes in later life. This prospective qualitative research was conducted among thirty … Read More »

Child marriage associated with low birth weight in Bangladesh

Child Marriage is currently the most important public health concern for Bangladesh, which affects also maternal and child health outcomes in later life. The study was conducted by researchers from Harvard … Read More »

Gender and livelihood training may be beneficial for out-of-program population as well.

Child Marriage is currently the most important public health concern for Bangladesh, which affects also maternal and child health outcomes in later life. The study was conducted by researchers from Population … Read More »

Testing alternative approaches to reduce child marriage

Child Marriage is currently the most important public health concern for Bangladesh, which affects also maternal and child health outcomes in later life. This study was conducted by researchers from Duke … Read More »

Comprehensive Sexuality Education for Adolescents in Bangladesh : Progress made but challenges remain

Authors : Mamunur Rashid , BRAC IED, Sharmin Farhat Ubaid , UBR BD Alliance , Md. Salauddin Sarker Tuhin , FPAB, Abu Sadat MD. Shayem, PSTC, Joynal Abedin, RHSTEP, Faruque Ahmed … Read More »

Menstrual regulation with medication in Bangladesh

The study was conducted by researchers at icddrb and The George Washington University. Data was collected from 553 pharmacy workers followed by 548 mystery shoppers. The researchers found knowledge gaps regarding … Read More »

Focus on health providers to lower the unmet need for contraception in Bangladesh

The study was conducted by researchers from Abt Associate and SHOPS Project Bangladesh. The Researchers found that misconceptions in providers is creating negative effect towards contraceptive use among women. It was … Read More »

Integrating Family Planning with a Maternal and Newborn Health Program on Postpartum Contraceptive Use

The study was conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Johns Hopkins Bangladesh filed study site of Projonmo Study. Data was collected from 4321 women who … Read More »

Developing mHealth Messages to Promote Post-menstrual Regulation Contraceptive Use in Bangladesh: Participatory Interview Study

The study was conducted by researchers at the Marie Stopes Bangladesh & Maries Stopes Intl., IPAS Bangladesh and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The researchers found that Women were … Read More »