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Reproductive Health Maternal and Child Health Family Planning
in Bangladesh. A Pilot Development and Preliminary Assessment
of MCH Handbook in Bangladesh - For the Quality of MCH Services.
Dr.Shafi Ullah Bhuiyan MBBS(Dhaka); MPH (Thailand), PhD Candidate,
Osaka University, Japan.
health disaster -- millions in Bengal are drinking arsenic contaminated
ground water. An environmental health disaster is unfolding in
West Bengal and Bangladesh. Tens of millions of persons in many
districts are drinking ground water with arsenic concentrations
far above acceptable levels. Thousands of people have already
been diagnosed with poisoning symptoms, even though much of the
at-risk population has not yet been assessed for arsenic-related
Health Care Centre
health movement, promoting health for all people by involving
the rural poor in their own healthcare. The centre is located
in the village of Thanarbaid (pronounced TAHN-ar-bide) in rural
Bangladesh. It is set in an elevated and wooded area interspersed
with wet rice and pineapple fields. The centre serves an extremely
poor population which would otherwise have almost no health care.
Blood Donors is Not-for-Profit initiative taken by HRIDS (Human
Rights Information & Development Society), a Non Government
Organization (Registered under The Society Registration Act of
1860) working towards facilitating the communication between blood
donors and recipients since 2001. Initially the activities of
Bangladesh Blood Donors was limited to a dedicated website where
voluntary donors could register their contact details for public
viewing so that relatives/friends of recipients could browse the
database and find a donor in his/her locality. The operation was
conducted from a home-based office. Recently the operation has
been scaled up to increase the size of the database to cater to
the ever-increasing demand for safe blood in Bangladesh.
Health Organization (WHO) Bangladesh
Constitution of WHO defines health "As a state of complete,
physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence
of disease or infirmity". WHO currently has 192 member states.
WHO has been working in Bangladesh since 1972 under an agreement
signed with the Government of Bangladesh (GoB). The objective
of WHO is the attainment of highest possible level of health by
appearance of arsenic in ground water has posed as a public health
hazard having a very significant impact on people’s live,
health, social and economic activities in Bangladesh. In fact,
the arsenic contamination of groundwater has created additional
burden in the rural water supply management demanding water treatment
and water quality surveillance. To cope up with the situation,
a new innovative approach for ‘Arsenic Free Safe Water Supply’
has been initiated through Bangladesh Arsenic Mitigation Water