Kaji Tamanna Keya, MS, MPS
Kaji Tamanna Keya, MS, MPS
Doctoral candidate, University of South Carolina, USA
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Distance, transportation cost, and mode of transport in the utilization of facility-based maternity services: evidence from rural Bangladesh
KT Keya, U Rob, MM Rahman, A Bajracharya, B Bellows
International quarterly of community health education 35 (1), 37-51, 2014
202014
“Poverty is the big thing”: exploring financial, transportation, and opportunity costs associated with fistula management and repair in Nigeria and Uganda
KT Keya, P Sripad, E Nwala, CE Warren
International journal for equity in health 17 (1), 1-10, 2018
102018
Evaluation of the impact of the voucher program for improving maternal health behavior and status in Bangladesh
M Talukder, U Rob, SAJM Musa, A Bajracharya, KT Keya, FR Noor, ...
62014
Barrier of distance and transportation cost to access maternity services in rural Bangladesh
K Keya, MM Rahman, U Rob, B Bellows
Population Association of Ameria. US, 2013
52013
Distance travelled and cost of transport for use of facility-based maternity services in rural Bangladesh: a cross-sectional survey
KT Keya, MM Rahman, U Rob, B Bellows
The Lancet 382, 17, 2013
42013
Exploring the association between FGM/C and fistula: A review of the evidence
P Sripad, C Ndwiga, KT Keya
32017
Availability of obstetric care in public hospitals in Bangladesh: A comparison of 2009 and 2014 Health Facility Assessment Surveys
KT Keya, MM Khan
APHA's 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo (Nov. 2-Nov. 6), 2019
2019
Improving Access to Delivery Care and Reducing the Equity Gap Through Voucher Program in Bangladesh: Evidence From Difference-in-Differences Analysis
KT Keya, B Bellows, U Rob, C Warren
International quarterly of community health education 38 (2), 137-145, 2018
2018
Climate Change Adaptation for Vulnerable Coastal Population of Bangladesh
PK Mozumder, KT Keya, AR Mollah
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