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100 1  White, Howard 
245 10 Maintaining Momentum to 2015? :|bAn Impact Evaluation of 
       Interventions to Improve Maternal and Child Health and 
       Nutrition in Bangladesh 
264  1 Herndon :|bWorld Bank Publications,|c2005 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 online resource (252 pages) 
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505 0  Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Executive Summary -- Résumé
       analytique -- Resumen -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- 1. 
       Maternal and Child Health in Bangladesh: A Record of 
       Success -- Scope of the Study -- Evaluation Approach -- 
       Overview of the Report -- 2. Health, Family Planning, and 
       Nutrition Services in Bangladesh: An Overview -- Family 
       Planning Programs -- Health Services -- Nutrition -- 3. 
       Trends in Under-Five Mortality, Nutrition, and Fertility -
       - Patterns of Mortality Decline -- Anthropometric Outcomes
       -- What Has Been Happening to Fertility? -- 4. Impact of 
       Specific Interventions on Child Health and Fertility -- 
       Income Growth Accounts for Some, But Not All, Improvement 
       in Outcomes -- Under-Five Mortality -- Fertility Reduction
       -- Nutrition -- 5. A Closer Look at Nutrition:The 
       Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project -- Overview of the
       Project -- Project Coverage and Targeting -- Acquiring 
       Knowledge -- Turning Knowledge into Practice: The 
       Knowledge-Practice Gap -- The Nutritional Impact of BINP 
       Interventions -- Testing the Theory in Practice-How Well 
       Did the Causal Chain Operate? -- 6. Lessons Learned -- 
       Annexes -- A. Trends in Maternal and Child Health Outcomes
       -- B. Cross-Country Analysis of Child Health and Nutrition
       Outcomes -- C. Neonatal, Postnatal, and Child Mortality in
       the 1990s -- D. Child Malnutrition during the 1990s -- E. 
       Women's Agency, Household Structure, and Health Outcomes -
       - F. Fertility -- G. Analysis of BINP's Community-Based 
       Nutrition Component -- H. DFID and World Bank Programs in 
       Bangladesh -- I. Agricultural Production, Natural 
       Disasters, Seasonality, and Nutritional Outcomes -- J. 
       Approach Paper -- Endnotes -- References -- Boxes -- 1.1 
       Measures of Welfare Outcomes -- 4.1 Which Children Get 
       Immunized? -- 4.2 Polio Eradication in Bangladesh 
505 8  5.1 Qualitative Perspectives of the Knowledge-Practice Gap
       : The PPS-BD Study -- Figures -- 1.1 Both Under-Five 
       Mortality and Fertility Have Fallen Rapidly -- 2.1 
       Immunization Coverage of Children Aged 12-23 Months -- 3.1
       Nutritional Status Improved in the 1990s -- 3.2 Data from 
       Different Sources Present a Consistent Picture -- 3.3 
       Fertility Decline Continued in the 1990s according to a 
       Range of Indirect Measures -- 3.4 Knowledge of Modern 
       Contraceptives Is Universal and Use Continues to Rise -- 
       4.1 Bangladesh's Improvement in Social Outcomes Is Greater
       than Can Be Explained by Economic Growth Alone -- 4.2 
       Secondary Enrollments Have Risen Rapidly in the 1990s: 
       Educational Attainment of Women 17 to 24 Years Old -- 5.1 
       Various Factors Affect Women's Participation, but 
       Restrictions on Women's Mobility in More Conservative 
       Areas Are the Most Important -- 5.2 Women Living in 
       Project Areas Are More Likely to Have Nutritional 
       Information, Especially if They Participate in Project 
       Activities -- 5.3 The Knowledge-Practice Gap in Project 
       Areas: More Women Say They Know Good Behavior than 
       Actually Practice It -- 5.4 Rice Production and Daily 
       Energy Supply Grew Rapidly in the Late 1990s -- Tables -- 
       2.1 World Bank Credits for Health, Population, and 
       Nutrition -- 3.1 Fertility Decline Has Always Been Erratic
       Based on Direct Estimates, but Continued into the 1990s 
       Using Indirect Ones -- 4.1 Growth in GNP per Capita 
       Accounts for at Most One-Third of the Reduction in 
       Mortality ...and Less than a Fifth of Lower Fertility -- 
       4.2 Significant Determinants of Infant and Child Mortality
       -- 4.3 Neonatal Mortality Has Fallen More Rapidly for 
       Births Attended by Trained TBAs -- 5.1 Many Factors 
       Prevent Women from Putting Nutritional Advice into 
       Practice, Though the Project Partially Overcomes Some of 
       These -- 5.2 Cost of Nutrition Improvements and Mortality 
505 8  5.3 Links in the Causal Chain -- 6.1 Cost-Effectiveness of
       Interventions in Reducing Under-Fiver Mortality 
520    This report addresses the issue of what publicly-supported
       programs and external assistance from the Bank and other 
       agencies can do to accelerate attainment of targets such 
       as reducing infant mortality by two-thirds. The evidence 
       presented here relates to Bangladesh, a country which has 
       made spectacular progress but needs to maintain momentum 
       in order to achieve its own poverty reduction goals. The 
       report addresses the following issues:(1) What has 
       happened to child health and nutrition outcomes and 
       fertility in Bangladesh since 1990? Are the poor sharing 
       in the progress which is being made? (2) What have been 
       the main determinants of MCH outcomes in Bangladesh over 
       this period?(3) Given these determinants, what can be said
       about the impact of publicly and externally-supported 
       programs - notably those of the World Bank and DFID - to 
       improve health and nutrition? and (4) To the extent that 
       interventions have brought about positive impacts, have 
       they done so in a cost effective manner? 
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650  0 Children -- Health and hygiene -- Bangladesh.;Mothers -- 
       Health and hygiene -- Bangladesh.;Child health services --
       Bangladesh.;Maternal health services -- 
       Bangladesh.;Nutrition policy -- Bangladesh -- 
       Evaluation.;Medical policy -- Bangladesh -- 
       Evaluation.;Fertility, Human -- Bangladesh 
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