Capacity Development for Monitoring and Reporting to Increase the Effective Coverage of Basic Social Services for Children and Women in Bangladesh
Public sector leaders are seeking new approaches and models for service delivery due to a growing realization of the interconnectedness of social services and economic growth. Against this backdrop the study sponsored by the UNICEF and implemented by the IMED involves monitoring and reporting of the effective coverage of basic social services to children, pregnant and lactating mothers in order to address inequality in access to basic social services. Overall objective of the study is to collate, analyse and reporting of nine tracer interventions that will bring about better targeting of scarce resources for inclusive development through effective coverage of social services.
Research Team: Dr. Mohammad Yunus, and Dr. Md. Mainul Hoque
Sponsor: Implementation Monitoring & Evaluation Division (IMED), Ministry of Planning, Government of Bangladesh
The study will be completed by 31 December 2016.