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About

Bangladesh Health Watch

BHW was established in 2006 by a group of concerned citizens and experts to bring about lasting improvements in the health sector of the country. Since its inception, BHW has been publishing a series of informative and evidence-based reports on important contemporary issues in the health sector bi-annually. In 2019, BHW decided to expand its activities and become more actively engaged in generating evidence and advocating for changes while creating ways of bringing citizen's voice to the forefront. Its secretariat is housed at James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University. Its activities are guided by a Working Group and an Advisory Group consisting of experts from wide ranging related disciplines.

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Regions: 8 Institutions: 24 Members: 237 Activities: 31

A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Khagrachhari district

A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Khagrachhari district

The Annual Action Plan 2022 workshop was held on 17 January 2022 at 10:30 am at Jabarang Training and Resource Center by Zabarang and Khagrachhari District Health Rights Forum in collaboration with Bangladesh Health Watch. Dr. Nupur Kanti Das, Civil Surgeon, Khagrachhari Hill District was present as the Chief Guest... Read More A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Khagrachhari district
A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Kurigram district

A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Kurigram district

A planning meeting was held at the SOLIDARITY Tower, in Kurigram, on 20 February 2022 to improve the quality of local health services. The meeting was jointly organized by District Health Rights Forum and SOLIDARITY in collaboration with Bangladesh Health Watch. The 'District Health Rights Forum' comprising of eminent persons... Read More A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Kurigram district
A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Netrokona district

A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Netrokona district

A planning meeting was held at the office of Sabalamby Unnayan Samiti, in Netrokona, on Wednesday at 11 am at the conference room of the SUS office to improve the quality of local health services. The meeting was jointly organized by Netrokona District Health Rights Forum and Sabalamby Unnayan Samiti... Read More A planning meeting was held to improve the quality of healthcare in Netrokona district

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