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How enterprise architecture has improved CRVS in Bangladesh


Bangladesh's birth registration law states that all births be registered within 45 days, however only about three percent of births were registered within this time period. Recently, the birth registration rate jumped to more than 40 percent after Bangladesh re-worked their civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) system.

Anir Chowdhury, Policy Advisor for the Access to Information Programme (a2i) at the Prime Minister's Office in Bangladesh, and National Advisor to the CRVS Steering Committee, Cabinet Division explains how the country improved registration.

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