Eminence wants to help communities and services agencies to use research evidence in their decision making. So, development to Eminence coincides with developing evidence besides the overall development of Bangladesh. Accentuating on social, formative and clinical research, Eminence seeks to translate evidence into policy and practice. The long-term aim of Eminence’s research is to promote research in public health and social sciences and to strive for better utilization of the results of such research.
To better understand the current state of health and development, Eminence provides comparable, meticulous and current assessment studies. We measure trends in diseases, epidemiological transformation and risk factors by analyzing national and international data. It is highly important that the decision-makers have prior knowledge on sector wise development to design appropriate prevention programs or intervention activities. Therefore, we collect, use, and analyze identifiable health and development data from health care providers, other agencies, or targeted respondents/individuals to create an enabling policy environment.
Eminence engages in research activities for reasons similar to any researcher’s interests: they seek to explore hypotheses, advance current knowledge, and contribute to the welfare of persons beyond the study itself. Eminence has organized several workshops, seminars and round table discussions to disseminate the study findings amid a larger audience and advocate for proper policy adaptation or reformulation accordingly.
Milestone on Research
- A case study of Bangladesh on food and nutrition security in vulnerable communities affected by cyclical climate-related hazards and climate change and for practical guidelines development with Action Contre la Faim (ACF), Mission in Bangaldesh.
- Exit Interview Data Validation Survey for Marie Stopes Clinic Society.
- End of Project (EoP) Evaluation Study funded by Marie Stopes Clinic Society.
- Need Assessment of Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) Services in Bangladesh funded by World Health Organization.
- Improving the IYCF through Strengthening the Capacity of Community Volunteers and Traditional Birth Attendants (ongoing) funded by Alive and Thrive Small Grants Program of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
- Final Evaluation of Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction Project Under Fifth DIPECHO Action Plan For South Asia funded by Concern Universal, Bangladesh.
- Evaluation of Blue Star Program funded by Social Marketing Company (SMC), Bangladesh.
1. Determinants of Patients Provider Interfacing funded by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), MoHFW, GoB.
2. Governance Assessment of the GFATM Partners funded by Save the Children USA.
3. Treatment of Type II Diabetes Mellitus with Indigenous Plants in Bangladesh: An Assessment funded by Technical University of Munich, Germany.
4. Quality of Services for ESD Services funded by James P Grant School of Public Health and BRAC University.
1. Community Perspectives on Water and Sanitation towards ‘Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) funded by Concern Universal Bangladesh (CUB).
2. Rapid Nutritional Assessment of Rat Infested Chittagong Hill Tracks Areas funded by Save the Children UK.
3. Qualitative Assessment of Client Satisfaction on Sexual and Reproductive Health Services funded by Marie Stopes Clinic Society.
4. Post Disaster Food Security and Nutritional Status of Children Age Under Five Children funded by Plan Bangladesh.
1. Follow-up Study of Iron & Folate Supplementation for Adolescent Girls to reduce Anemia program funded by The Micronutrient Initiative (MI).
2. Baseline Survey of Competitive Literacy Initiative Project funded by Care Bangladesh.
3. Scoping Study of Water and Sanitation for Urban Poor (WSUP) study funded by CARE Bangladesh.
4. Assessment of Response of Local government Institutions (LGIs)/Public Service Delivery Institutions (PSDIs) in Response to The Community Demand Creation funded by WaterAid Bangladesh.
5. End line evaluation of Iron & Folate Supplementation for Adolescent Girls to reduce Anemia program funded by The Micronutrient Initiative (MI).
6. End line Evaluation on Knowledge Practice and Coverage of Urban Nutrition and Household Food Security Program funded by Concern Worldwide Bangladesh.
1. Rapid assessment of Water and Sanitation for Urban Poor (WSUP) study funded by CARE Bangladesh.
2. Baseline survey of EC co financing project on sexual and reproductive health funded by Marie Stopes clinic society.
3. Data analysis and report writing on the baseline survey of MSB-Plan urban health project funded by Marie Stopes Clinic Society.
4. Evaluation survey of Block Grant Project funded by Marie Stopes Clinic Society.
5. Evaluation of nutrition and child Development Program (NCDP) funded by Save the Children USA.
6. Evaluation of Arsenic Mitigation Program for VARC funded by Water Aid.
7. Midterm Survey of Integrated Nutrition Project (INP) funded by Plan Bangladesh.
8. Monitoring and evaluation of Iron & Folate Supplementation for Adolescent Girls to reduce Anemia program funded by the Micronutrient Initiative (MI).
9. Health Mapping of Bangladesh funded by Action-Aid Bangladesh.
10. Health Need Assessment of Garments Workers in Bangladesh funded by Shanta Garments Industries Ltd.
11. Health Need Assessment of Garments Workers in Bangladesh funded by PSTC.
12. Research study on Determinant of Exclusive Breast Feeding in Bangladesh funded by BBF and NNP.
1. Baseline Survey of Integrated Nutrition Project (INP) for Plan Bangladesh.
1. Health Seeking Behavior and Psycho-social Aspect of Disabled Children in Bangladesh funded by Save the Children Norway.
2. Prospective Effect of WTO on Access to Drugs for Poor People in Bangladesh for Action-Aid Bangladesh.
3. Expectation of Clients for Health Housing System in Bangladesh funded by Vastab Design Ltd.
4. Assess the Effect of Periondropril on Hypertensive People of Bangladesh funded by Servier Bangladesh Operation.