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Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey Main Report

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

The Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) was fielded on a national basis between the months of December 1990 and May 1991. The survey was carried out by the National Institute of Population Studies with the objectives of assisting the Ministry of Population Welfare to evaluate the Population Welfare Programme and maternal and child health services. The PDHS is the latest in a series of surveys, making it possible to evaluate changes in the demographic status of the population and in health conditions nationwide. Earlier surveys include the Pakistan Contraceptive Prevalence Survey of 1984-85 and the Pakistan Fertility Survey of 1975.

Tags : Demographic, Pakistan, Survey

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Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 2006-07 (Preliminary 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 (2006-09) 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. 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 sociodemographic and geographic perspective.

Tags : PDHS, Demographic Survey

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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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Socio Psychological and Demographic Realities in the Earthquake Hit Areas of AJK and NWFP

Category : Cross-Sectional Surveys

This study was conducted by National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) in 2007, to identify the after effects of horrible earthquake in areas of AJK and NWFP.  The primary focus of the study was to observe and analyze socio-cultural and demographic patterns, and trends among the earthquake affected communities, pertaining to marriage, family system, family size, demand for family planning and reproductive health services in the rehabilitation process.

Tags : Demographic Realities

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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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Demographic Situation and Its Socio-Ecnomic Implication for Pakistan

Category : Others publications

Tags : Demographic, Socio-Ecnomic

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Demographic Situation and Its Socio-Ecnomic Implication for Pakistan

Category : Others publications

Tags : Demographic Situation, Implication

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