The 2002 WHO World Health Survey – Bangladesh was undertaken to:
Data were collected on the key aspects of outcomes to which the health system should contribute, inputs to that system, and one aspect of the way the system is functioning—coverage of key interventions. The specific areas covered were:
Data were collected from a nationally representative sample of 6,510 households spread across the country’s six divisions, completing both household and individual questionnaires. The survey was commissioned and funded by the WHO, Geneva.