ENAP metrics workshop held in Dhaka
INDEPTH's Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) Project organised a workshop from 10-12 April, 2017 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The ENAP Metrics Implementation Workshop, which started with a site visit and field work on 9 April, aimed at finalising data collection tools and the data collection process to improve survey capture of pregnancy losses.
Other objectives of the workshop included sharing best practices in strengthening the HDSS system on the capture of stillbirths and neonatal deaths and to review the data collection process across sites in capturing data on stillbirths and neonatal deaths.
It also aimed at agreeing on the data analysis plans for the three study objectives, agree on the scope of the qualitative work, review and refine the generic protocol for the work stream, facilitate a shared understanding of the objectives and processes involved and agree on outputs and dissemination strategies.
INDEPTH member centres implementing the project are Bandim in Guinea-Bissau, Dabat in Ethiopia, Iganga-Mayuge in Uganda, Kintampo in Ghana and Matlab in Bangladesh.
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