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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