• Assessing the feasibility of preventing injury risks and improving work safety amongst factory workers in an urban slum: a participatory before-and-after intervention study

      Caleo, Grazia; Dada, Martins; Gray, Nell; Sangma, Mitchell; Scoizzato, Luca; Bangs, Gary W.; Stringer, Beverley; Islam, Zahirul; Baset, Kamrun Ul; MSF-OCA (2018-07)
      Specific Objectives: 1. Explain dynamics of injury risk over time by: 1.1. Describing the circumstances of incidents leading to an injury (injury risks or dynamics of incident) 1.2. Describing the circumstances of near-miss incident where no injury or illness occurs (incident risks) 1.3. Measuring frequency and severity of injuries (burden) 1.4. Describe perceptions of risks amongst owner/manager/workers 2. Design acceptable interventions to reduce injury risks 3. Document intervention feasibility by: 3.1. Describing acceptability, capturing adherence to interventions and changes in risk perceptions 3.2. Describing practicality: 3.2.1. Documenting operational challenges and lessons learned 3.2.2. Capturing resources (human resources, time, materials and cost) of implementation 4. Describe any changes in worker safety behaviour and incident incidence rate
    • Vaccination coverage survey for diphtheria, Streptococcus pneumoniae, polio and tetanus in Rohingya refugee settlements in Ukhiya and Teknaf Upazilas, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

      Pereboom, Monique; White, Kate; Van Leeuwen, Crystal; Siddiqui, Ruby; Guzek, John; Sangma, Mitchell; MSF-OCA (2018-07)
      OBJECTIVES PRIMARY OBJECTIVES a) To describe the vaccine coverage (penta / dT) in children aged 6 months to 14 years for diphtheria in the Rohingya Settlement Camps; SECONDARY OBJECTIVES To describe the vaccine coverage of pentavalent, bOPV and PCV vaccines in children aged 6 weeks to 6 years of age in the Rohingya Settlement Camps; To describe the vaccine coverage for diphtheria and tetanus vaccination among 7 - 14 year olds to assess vaccination rates in this age-group in the Rohingya Settlement Camps