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  • Health and demographic surveillance system. Volume Fifty. Registration of health and demographic events 2015

    Rahman, Md. Mahfuzur (2017)
    SUMMARY: This report presents the vital registration and maternal and child health statistics gathered from Matlab, Bangladesh, in 2015. The data were collected by the Health and Demographic Surveillance System of icddr,b. The surveillance area is divided into an icddr,b service area and a Government service area which receives usual government health and family planning services. The icddr,b service area is sub-divided into four blocks, where family planning, immunization and limited curative services are provided to under-five children and women of reproductive age. In the surveillance area as a whole, fertility slightly increased in 2015 compared to 2014. The crude birth rate (CBR) was 22.0 per 1,000 populations in 2015 whereas in 2014 the rate was 21.6. The total fertility rate (TFR) was 2.7 per woman in 2015 and 2.6 in 2014. In the icddr,b service area, CBR was 22.3 and in the Government service area, CBR was 21.6 and TFR was 2.7 in both the services area. The crude death rate was 6.5 per 1,000 population in the icddr,b service area, and in Government service area it was 6.9 in 2015. The infant mortality rate was 22.5 per 1,000 live births in the icddr,b service area, and in the Government service area it was 33.6. The neonatal mortality rate decreased to 18.8 from 19.5 in the icddr,b service area and increased 27.9 from 25.1 in the Government service area respectively in 2015 from 2014. Post-neonatal mortality decreased in the icddr,b service area (from 5.7 to 3.7) and increased in the Government service area (from 4.7 to 5.7). Under five mortality rate has decreased from 34.0 in 2014 in the icddr,b service area to 31.1 in 2015, and in the Government service area, the increase was from 39.6 in 2014 to 40.5 in 2015. The overall rate of natural increase in population size was 15.3 per 1,000 in 2015. The rate of in-migration decreased to 51.6 per 1,000 populations in 2015 from 53.1 in 2014, and the rate of out-migration decreased to 54.4 in 2015 from 56.5 in 2014. The overall annual population growth rate was 1.2%. The marriage rate was 14.0 per 1,000 population, and the divorce rate was 1.9 per 1,000 population.
  • icddr,b annual report 2016

    icddr, b (2017)
  • Shasthya sanglap vol. 25 no. 2 [Bengali]

    International Centre For Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b) (2016-12)
  • Shasthya sanglap vol.25 no. 1[Bengali]

    International Centre For Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (2016-08)
  • Health care seeking in poor urban settlements in Sylhet City Corporation, 2013 : a quantitative survey

    Islam, Rubana (2016-06)
    In Sylhet City Corporation (SCC), average household size in poor urban settlements was 4.8 members, slightly higher than the national average for urban areas. The study population also was younger than the national average, a likely consequence of the relatively higher fertility rate in Sylhet Division. Eighty percent of women reported age of marriage to be 19 years or less, and 60% reported having their first birth before the age of 20. The sex ratio was 95 female per 100 male which is the reverse of the national ratio of 0.95 male/female, and suggests a persistent female disadvantage.
  • Health facility mapping in Rajshahi & Narayanganj city corporations, Bangladesh : (census conducted in 2014-2015) / editor Alayne Adams

    Islam, Rubana (2016-06)
    Urbanization is a global phenomenon, with over five billion people expected to reside in urban areas by 2025. [1] With rapid urbanization, public services in urban centres are struggling to keep pace with the needs of their growing populations. Rural migration is an important driver of rapid urbanization, with the large majority of recent migrants settling in poor urban settlements that constitute almost one third of the urban population.