The overall goal of Data for Impact (D4I) activities in Bangladesh is to strengthen individual and system capacities to use quality data, investigate program effectiveness, and learn from evidence.
D4I works with local partners and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) mission to facilitate decision making based on quality data through achievement of the following objectives: (1) strengthen the use of data in decision making at the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare by providing technical assistance and capacity strengthening to its Program Management and Monitoring Unit; (2) strengthen the Directorate General of Family Planning’s leadership, implementation, and scale-up of the electronic management information system (eMIS) to all divisions in Bangladesh in collaboration with USAID eMIS partners; and (3) strengthen capacity for implementation research, population surveys, in-depth analyses, and outcome evaluations through technical assistance, in collaboration with icddr,b’s Research for Decision Makers project.
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