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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 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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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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Effectiveness of Media Messages in Promoting Family Planning Programme in Pakistan

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

Since the inception of Pakistan's family planning programme in 1965, planners and policy makers have mainly focused their attention on the supply side of the programme. The demand side of the programme thus remained quite weak. It was only in 1988 that information, education, and communication (IEC) was conceived as an integral part of the Population Welfare Programme in Pakistan. During the Seventh (1988-93) and eighth (1993-98) five-year plan, a large sum of money was spent by the Ministry of Population Welfare on IEC activities, in particular on mass media. Similarly, a large amount was earmarked for mass media, during  the Ninth five-year plan (1998-2003) period.

Tags : Effectiveness, Messages, Family Planning

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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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Population and Family Planning Indicators (1993-98) - Findings of Contraceptive Prevalence Survey in 12 Large Clusters

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

The Population and Family Planning Indicators project was started by NIPS in early 1993 with the objective of assessing and improving population and family planning indicators such as, crude birth rate (CBR), crude death rate (CDR), rate of natural increase (RNI), total fertility rate (TFR), and contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR). Another purpose was to experiment dual system of data collection on vital events on sample basis.

Tags : Population, Planning, Contraceptive, Survey

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Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey 1996-97- (PFFPS) Preliminary Report

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

The Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey was conducted by National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) in collaboration with London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). The survey was carried out on national level from October 1996 to March 1997. The major objective of the survey was to collect data on fertility, childhood mortality and family planning and their determinants in order to provide information, useful to policy makers and programme managers for evaluation and improvement of the national family planning programme.


Tags : Pakistan, Fertility, Planning

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Males' Attitude and Motivation for Family Planning in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies

The study aimed to explore the attitudes of male members in the society and assessed their motivation for family planning. This study was also initiated in the first quarter of 1994. The first report of the survey was published and distributed widely.

Tags : Motivation, Planning,

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Non-Governmental Organizations in Family Planning: A User's Survey

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

The study was undertaken in 1996 with the aim to assess the verifiability of the registered users of the NGO's outlets, their demographic profile and level of satisfaction. The sample of the study was 1360 users, selected through systematic random sampling procedure. The spread of the users was in all four provinces. These users belonged to 34 family health centres of 24 NGOs working in the field of family planning.

Tags : Organizations, Planning

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Choice of Method and Drop-outs in Family Planning

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

The study was undertaken to know the reasons why respondents prefer a particular contraceptive method and why they drop-out after using a method. Also, the objective was to find out the factors, due to which the acceptors completely drop-out from using any family planning methods. The study was carried out in five districts of Punjab and NWFP. In all 22 FWC were visited and a sample of 1929 clients was drawn using FWC's Registers and Clients Record Cards (CRC) as a sampling frame. These clients were later followed-up at the given addresses.

Tags : Methods, Family, Planning

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