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Evaluation of Male Village Based Family Planning Workers Project

Category : Evaluation Studies

The focus of population policy has been on females for adoption of family planning since inception of the Programme. During Eighth Five Year Plan, it was realized that involvement of both males and females is essential for the success of the programme. In socio-cultural milieu of Pakistan, family planning is not in the hands of females alone. The Village Based Family Planning Workers' Scheme was introduced in Pakistan in 1992, in order to increase the coverage of Family Welfare Programme in rural areas and to improve its accessibility in Pakistan's villages. The scheme was expanded during Eighth Five Year Plan (1993-98) and it gradually built a foundation for the provision of family planning services in rural areas. Male Village Based Family Planning Workers (MVBFPWs) project was launched during Eighth Five Year Plan as a pilot project in few districts. It was planned to increase the number of MVBFPWs in a phased manner from 612 MVBFPWs in 1998-1999 to 7012 in 2002-03, but the number could only be increased up to 787 by the end of 2000-2002.



Tags : Evaluation, Family Planning Workers Project,

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Evaluation of Mobile Service Units, Population Welfare Programme

Category : Evaluation Studies

This study has been carried out by National Institute of Population (Studies NIPS) to determine the performance of the Mobile Service Units (MSUs) which is basically an integral part of the Population Welfare Programme during the year 2000. MSU staff is supposed to motivate, make follow up visits and deliver family planning and reproductive health services to the community in the far-flung areas. The efficiency and efficacy of the MSU staff can be observed through the performance, in put and out put. 

 

Tags : Evaluation, Welfare Programme

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Evaluation of Target Group Institutions (TGIs) of Population Welfare Programme in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies

The component of Target Group Institutions was introduced as a part to Pakistan's Population Welfare activities during the Sixth Five Year Plan (1983-88). The aim was to include such institutions in the ambit of Population Welfare Programme, which have their own well-placed health care delivery systems. There are 14 institutions included in the component of Target Group Institutions. These institutions employ a work force of over a million who are the potential target of the Population Welfare activities. The organizations on of Target Group Institutions (TGIs) of the Population Welfare Programme during November have a well-placed health systems having hospitals, dispensaries and mother and child care centers.

Tags : Evaluation, target

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Situation Analysis and User's Survey of Reproductive Health Services - A Centres, 2000

Category : Evaluation Studies

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) undertook the project entitled "Assessment of performance of Non-Governmental organizations (NGOs)" at the desire of the Ministry of Population Welfare in 2000. The study was funded by the National Trust for Population Welfare (NATPOW). The study aimed at providing an objective assessment of performance of these NGOs in order to provide feedback to the NATPOW for future funding to the potential NGOs.

Tags : Analysis, Survey, Reproducative

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Evaluation of Village-Based Family Planning Workers (VBFPWs) Scheme in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies

The Scheme of Village Based Family Planning Workers (VBFPWs) was launched in 1992 with a view to provide the Reproductive Health and Family Planning services to the village population at their door step. National Institute of Population Studies conducted evaluation of the scheme in the year 1999. The purpose of the survey was to evaluate the performance, assess the functioning and quality of services provided by the.....

 

Tags : Evaluation, Village, Planning, VBFPWs

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Evaluation of Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs) involved with the Population Welfare Programme

Category : Evaluation Studies

National Institute of Population Studies undertook a field study, to find out how the component of Registered Medical Practitioners was working. The field survey was carried out during March-June 1999. A national sample of 1728 Registered Medical Practitioners was drawn covering all the four provinces and urban and rural areas of the country by using two staged sampling procedure.

Tags : Evaluation, RMPs, Population

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Evaluation of Audio Visual (AV) Vans, The Communication Component of population Welfare Programme

Category : Evaluation Studies

For creating awareness among the masses, a communication campaign was launched. The strategy adjusted for creating awareness includes the utilization of all channels of electronic media, print media, newspapers, pamphlets, booklets and interpersonal communication. The Audio Visual (AV) Vans, being a part of the communication strategy, is arrange film show in villages.

Tags : Audio visual, Communication, component

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Evaluation of Non-Clinical Component of Population Welfare Programme

Category : Evaluation Studies

The study aimed to evaluate the non-clinical training component of the population welfare programme. The training activities were being imparted by three Population Welfare Training Institutes (PWTIs). The training session are conducted for the Programme Personal, Employees of other Nation Building Departments, and Community Based Volunteers and Private Groups. Evaluation of PWTIs was executed by carrying out the Survey of the three PWTIs and trainers and also by following up personnel trained by the PWTIs.

Tags : Component, Population

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Strengthening performance, monitoring and evaluation of reproductive health and family planning programme in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies

Pakistan has one of the oldest family planning and health programmes which have not fully addressed the issues of reproductive health including family planning. Among other factors, lack of proper monitoring and supervision are responsible for not achieving the desired goals in this area.

Tags : Strengthening, Performance, monitoring, Planning

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Evaluation of Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Component of Population Welfare Programme of Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies

The study evaluates the performance of the IEC programme of the M/o Population Welfare during the 7th Plan period. The study was initiated in the 2nd quarter of 1994 with the aim to evaluate the IEC component of the population welfare programme. The first report of the survey was published and widely distributed.

Tags : Education, Commnunication, Population

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