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Evaluation of Family Health Manpower Development Project of Population Welfare Programme

Category : Evaluation Studies

Family Health Manpower Development is one of the core components of the programme. UNFPA had been funding this component since 1978. The project activities were carried out by the Directorate of Clinical Training, Karachi through its twelve Regional Training Institutes (RTIs).

Tags : Health, Manpower, Population

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Evaluation Report of Reproductive Health/Contraceptive Surgery Project of Population Welfare Programme

Category : Evaluation Studies

The study aimed to evaluate the UNFPA funded project, designed to strengthen the Reproductive Health Services Centres (RHS) component of the Population Welfare Programme. The UNFPA assistance included provision for renovation and construction of RHS Centers; A type centers; medical equipment and vehicles; training of professional staff; reimbursement of surgery fee to the FPAP; and repair and maintenance of the center.

Tags : Report, Reproductive, Health

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Health and Family Planning Accessibility Survey 1996-97

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

Health and Family Planning Accessibility (HFPA) Survey was conducted as part of the 1996-97 Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (PFFPS). The principal objective of the survey was to examine the extent of coverage of family planning through health and family planning facilities. The survey was carried out in 295 geographical clusters of the PFFPS, out of which 120 clusters were in urban and 175 in rural areas. Under the HFPA Survey, an inventory was made of all the health and family planning facilities and staff, within a radius of one kilometer in urban areas and five kilometers in rural areas. All facilities, including medical practitioners, Village Based Family Planning Workers and Lady Health Workers were visited to ascertain the precise nature of family planning services on offer. 

Tags : Health, Family Planning, Accessibility

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Accessibility and Availability of Health and Family Planning Services in Urban Areas of Pakistan

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

The study was a follow-up of the 110 clusters of the 225 urban clusters of the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey. In the PDHS, demand for health and family planning was examined. This study looked into the supply of the health and family planning services in urban Pakistan.

Tags : Availability, Health, Planning

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Gilgit and Baltistan - Demographic and Health Survey 2008

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

NIPS undertook a household survey namely Gilgit and Baltistan Demographic and Health Survey (GBDHS) during 2008. This household survey was carried out on the pattern of Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 2006-07. The main objective of the survey was to provide reliable information on population, family planning, maternal and child health, reproductive health, nutrition, and knowledge about AIDS and Tuberculosis.

 

Tags : Demographic, Health

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Pakistan 2007 Demographic and Health Survey Main Findings Punjabi Translation

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

Pakistan's first Demographic and Health Survey was undertaken in 1990-91. Since then, other surveys focusing on fertility and family planning, reproductive health, and status of women were conducted. The current demographic and health survey (2006-09) has special features, including maternal mortality and infant and child health, mortality, and morbidity, in addition to the conventional areas that most demographic and health surveys cover.

 

Tags : Demographic, Health

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Pakistan 2007 Demographic and Health Survey Main Findings Sindhi Translation

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

Pakistan's first Demographic and Health Survey was undertaken in 1990-91. Since then, other surveys focusing on fertility and family planning, reproductive health, and status of women were conducted. The current demographic and health survey (2006-07) has special features, including maternal mortality and infant and child health, mortality, and morbidity, in addition to the conventional areas that most demographic and health surveys cover.

Tags : Demographic, Health

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Pakistan 2007 Demographic and Health Survey Main Findings Urdu Translation

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

Pakistan's first Demographic and Health Survey was undertaken in 1990-91. Since then, other surveys focusing on fertility and family planning, reproductive health, and status of women were conducted. The current demographic and health survey (2006-07) has special features, including maternal mortality and infant and child health, mortality, and morbidity, in addition to the conventional areas that most demographic and health surveys cover.

 

Tags : Demographic, Health

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Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 2006-07 (Main Report)

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

Pakistan's first Demographic and Health Survey was undertaken in 1990-91. Since then, other surveys focusing on fertility and family planning, reproductive health, and status of women were conducted. The current demographic and health survey (2006-07) has special features, including maternal mortality and infant and child health, mortality, and morbidity, in addition to the conventional areas that most demographic and health surveys cover. Before deliberating on the findings of the survey, a short description of the salient features of Pakistan-including its geography, climatic conditions, history, economy, and population size and growth-as well as details regarding the sample size and field operations, is given to enable readers to place the findings of the survey in proper socio-demographic and geographic perspective.

Tags : Demographic, Health

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Status of Women, Reproductive Health and Family Planning Survey (SWRHFPS - 2003)

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

In 2003, National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) conducted a survey Status of Women, Reproductive Health and Family Planning Survey (SWRHFPS). It is a nationally representative survey which provides some fresh and disquieting evidence on the status of women in Pakistan. The report is a mirror reflection of Pakistan society's values and ground realities, and in that sense, persuasively conveys that women have social prestige and power only in the confines of the household, beyond which they have little or no role, hence their status is inconsequential.

Tags : Reproductive Health, Family Planning

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