Archive MG Kibria

Digital health technologies to support access to medicines and pharmaceutical services in the achievement of sustainable development goals

Konduri N, Aboagye-Nyame F, Mabirizi D, Hoppenworth K, Kibria MG, Doumbia S, Williams L, Mazibuko G.Digital health technologies to support access to medicines and pharmaceutical services in the achievement of sustainable development goals. Digit Health. 2018 May 3;4:2055207618771407. doi: 10.1177/2055207618771407. Read the full article

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National Reproductive Health Commodities Forecasting Bangladesh 2017-2021

In 2012, SIAPS supported the Directorate General of Family Planning (DGFP) in conducting a five-year (2012-2016) forecasting exercise for reproductive health commodities and built the technical capacity of DGFP officials to manage the forecasting processes and analyze the FP2020 indicators pertinent to stock availability. SIAPS also assisted DGFP in forming the multi-stakeholder Forecasting Working Group (FWG) … Read more

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DHIS2 and e-TB Manager Interoperability: Creating a Stronger Digital Health System in Bangladesh

In 2015, at the request of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), SIAPS undertook a comprehensive mapping exercise of the existing HIS tools in the country to review their scopes and performances and explore opportunities to link the tools to improve efficiency. The assessment included a deep dive into the DHIS2 platform to assess the system’s capacity, … Read more

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Measurement of TB Indicators using e-TB Manager (TB Patient Management Information System)

This document offers a wide selection of indicators relevant to the TB program in Bangladesh. To calculate the TB indicators, this document is based on the nationally adopted, web-based e-TB Manager, which is being implemented by the National Tuberculosis Control Program (NTP) with technical assistance from SIAPS.

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Forecasting Exercise for the 13 Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Commodities Prioritized by the UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children

In September 2012, the United Nations Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children released its recommendations for improving access to 13 priority commodities across the reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) continuum. These recommendations focused on developing markets, both local and global, for these commodities; strengthening national supply chains; and improving demand. One … Read more

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Presentation: Electronic Information Management System to Improve Recording and Reporting for TB Control in Bangladesh: Initial Experience and Opportunities

Kibria MG, Bashar S, Hossain MK, Hussain A. (2014, March). Electronic information management system to improve recording and reporting for TB control in Bangladesh: Initial experience and opportunities.  Presentation at the Conference of The Union South-East Asia Region. Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Bangladesh National Reproductive Health Commodities Quantification 2012-2016

Download To ensure the sustainable availability of family planning commodities and goal achievements, commodity demand has to be quantified properly and resources have to be allocated. Organized by the Bangladesh Directorate General of Family Planning in collaboration with SIAPS, a five-year (2012-2016) forecast of FP commodities with a two-year supply plan was developed. Results can … Read more

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