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The ecnomic Value of Children

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys   06 November, 1988

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) undertook a pilot survey on the Economic Value of Children. One of the major objectives of this study was to investigate the economic factors or values that are instrumental in the decision on the part of the parents to have a child and which are associated with the cost benefit analysis of child-bearing and child-rearing.

 

Tags : ecnomic, Children

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An Assessment of Management Capabilities and Performance of NGOs Registered with NGOs' Coordinating Council in Population Welfare Programme in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies   18 January, 1988

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) undertook detailed evaluation of the Population Welfare Activities of those Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) which were registered with the Non-Governmental Organizations Coordination Council (NGO-CC). The study is based on an extensive field survey conducted in October and November, 1987, using three different survey modules, which covered 38 NGOs, 53 NGO service centers and a sample of about 1,600 households selected from the impact areas of the 12 NGO centers.

 

Tags : Population Welfare, Coordinating

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The state of Population in Pakistan

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys   06 January, 1988

In 1993, National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) conducted a study, The State of Population in Pakistan. In this study, an attempt is made to highlight various aspects of Pakistan's population in a comprehensive form. This book describes the population size, its growth and composition by age and sex, levels and trends of fertility and mortality, population distribution and other socio-economic characteristics of the population of Pakistan and the changes which have occurred over time.

 

Tags : Population, state

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Involvement of the NIPS Research Leading to the Integration of Population in Socio-Economic Development Process of Pakistan

Category : Others publications   18 January, 1987

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) started functioning in March, 1986 to serve as a population and human resources development instrument of the Planning Division, and Population Welfare Division of the Ministry of Planning and Development. This Institution undertook micro and macro policy and programmes, performance evaluation, interdisciplinary research, impact studies of Population Welfare Programme, dissemination of information in population related activities, experiments on innovative approaches, and also conducted especial population related surveys etc.

 

Tags : Economic Development, Population

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Report for an Evaluation of Population and Family Welfare Education for Workers' Project

Category : Evaluation Studies   18 January, 1987

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) undertook the evaluation study on Population Education Programme in Industrial Sector of Pakistan. The study aims to document various Family Welfare Education Programme activities such as seminars, workshops and meetings being carried out at the participating industrial establishments, to measure the effectiveness of the Family Welfare Education Programme on the Knowledge, attitudes and practice of family planning among industrial workers and their fertility behaviors and also to assess feasibilities of integrating such educational programmes into the regular components of Federal and Provincial Labour Divisions/Departments and their subsidiary institutions.

 

Tags : Education, Family Welfare

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Impact of Population and Family Welfare Education Programme on Industrial Workers in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies   06 January, 1987

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) carried out an evaluation study, Impact of Population and Family Welfare Education Programme on Industrial Workers in Pakistan in 1987. The study aimed at educating industrial workers to realize the requirements of responsible parenthood, and the benefits of a small family norm in relation to their income, living and working conditions, family needs and regarding to the attainment of a better quality of life, thus assisting in the achievement of the goals, and targets of the National Population Welfare Programme.


 

Tags : Family Welfare, Impact

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Population Projections, Pakistan 1981-2031(Provinces 1981 to 2006)

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys   18 January, 1986

National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) undertook this project to estimate the population size, growth, age and sex composition and levels of fertility and mortality, three variants (high, medium and low) of population projections have been prepared for the country for the period 1981 to 2031.   

 

Tags : Provinces, Projections

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The State of Population in Pakistan: Its Implications for Socio-Economic Development of the Country

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys   18 January, 1986

In this paper an attempt is made to highlight various aspects of Pakistan population in relation to demand and supply of natural and physical resources, various aspects of environment related to population, resources and development and the interrelationship of these variables to the extent permitted by the available and accessible data. The paper discusses the population of Pakistan as a basic resource for development as well as ultimate objective of all development activity.

Tags : Socio-Economic, Development

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Evaluation of the Outreach Component in the Family Welfare Centres in Pakistan

Category : Evaluation Studies   06 January, 1986

The study conducted by National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) was an effort to evaluate the performance of the Family Welfare Centers as pilot project in Islamabad and Rawalpindi districts.

 

Tags : Outreach, Family Welfare

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