Bangladesh Health Facility Survey 2014. National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Associates for Community and Population Research (ACPR), and ICF International. (2016)


The 2014 Bangladesh Health Facility Survey (BHFS) is the third of its kind. The survey collected information from all seven administrative divisions on the preparedness of health facilities to provide high quality care that met the minimum requirement of WHO indicators for clients who sought services for family planning, maternal health, and child health, as well as tuberculosis and selected noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). The survey presented results separately for the seven administrative divisions, all seven types of public facilities—district hospitals (DHs), maternal and child welfare centers (MCWCs), upazila health complexes (UHCs), upgraded union health and family welfare centers (upgraded UHFWCs), union health and family welfare centers (UHFWCs), union sub-centers/rural dispensaries (USCs/RDs), and community clinics (CCs)—as well as private hospitals with at least 20 beds and NGO static clinics and hospitals.


Keywords: HIV/AIDS, ANC services, clinic, hospital, TB

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