Improving the Primary Health Care System through Peer Learning in Urban Bangladesh


Peer learning is an effective way for individuals and organizations to learn from one another. That’s why the USAID Local Heath System Sustainability Project (LHSS) works with 14 local government institutions in Bangladesh, applying a peer learning approach to facilitate the exchange of ideas, knowledge, and best practices among local government institutions. Watch the video to learn how LHSS is strengthening primary health care in urban Bangladesh through peer learning. The video showcases the success of peer learning events held in the Sylhet and Rajshahi regions, where city corporations and district municipalities came together to share experiences and discuss different approaches to strengthening primary health care.


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