The Persistence of a Service Delivery 'Culture': Findings from a Qualitative Study in Bangladesh

Schuler, Sidney Ruth; Bates, Lisa M.; Islam, Khairul
December 2001
International Family Planning Perspectives;Dec2001, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p194
Academic Journal
Focuses on the response of clients, communities and program staff to the policy changes in service delivery from door-to-door contraceptive distribution in Bangladesh. Obstacles faced by nongovernmental agencies in building a network of family health service; Reinforcement of new policies throughout the service delivery system; Efforts for translating policy changes for the comprehension of communities affected by them.


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