The challenge Delivering COVID-19 vaccines has posed unprecedented challenges in terms of delivery volume, reaching new target populations, diversity of delivery strategies, and sometimes complex product profiles—elements which must all be managed rapidly in order to achieve effective coverage. Countries have had to adapt delivery strategies due to the gaps in vaccine supply and reach […]
ThinkWell leads the Zero-Dose Economics Hub to generate high-quality economic evidence on reaching zero-dose children. This project is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
With support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ThinkWell’s Bangladesh team implements the “Enhancing Essential Services Provision for Universal Health Coverage (EESPUHC), in the context of Covid-19 activity,” which supports the Government of Bangladesh to prioritize and execute on planning and investments for regularizing and improving access to essential health services.
Through an Asian Development Bank-funded project, we support the Government of Bangladesh to improve and develop relevant policy actions with a focus on the response to the Covid-19 crises. We also support the ADB to prepare relevant policy actions for the ADB’s social protection program.
In Bangladesh, the USAID-funded Achieving Universal Health Coverage (AUHC) project is transforming the nationwide Smiling Sun network of 399 clinics into a consolidated pro-poor social enterprise: the Surjer Hashi Network (SHN).
ThinkWell coordinated and oversaw the 2012 annual program review (APR) of Bangladesh’s heath sector. This 18-person, three-month intensive review assessed seven key aspects of the health sector, from public financial management to urban health.
ThinkWell provided technical expertise, analysis, and managerial and logistical support to a Joint Donor Technical Assistance Fund (JDTAF) in Bangladesh. JDTAF participants hailed from a wide range of bilateral and multilateral donor agencies.
ThinkWell provided on-going fiduciary risk monitoring for sector budget support donors of the Third Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP3) in Bangladesh.