Vietnam Demographic and Health Survey 1997. ‪National Committee for Population and Planning, The Population and Family Health Project‬ (1999)

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The 1997 Viemam Demographic and Health Survey (VNDHS-II) is a nationally representative survey of 5,664 ever-married women age 15-49 selected from 205 sampling clusters throughout Vietnam. The VNDHS-II was designed to provide information on levels of fertility, family planning knowledge and use, infant and child mortality,


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Gender and HIV/AIDS: UNAIDS Technical Update. UNAIDS (1998)

Gender and HIV/AIDS: UNAIDS Technical Update. UNAIDS (1998) Whereas sex is biological, gender is socially defined. Gender is what it means to be male or female in a certain society as opposed to the set of chromosomes one is born with. Gender shapes the opportunities one is offered in life, the roles one may play, and the kinds of relationships one may have—social norms that strongly influence the spread of HIV.

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Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. UNAIDS (1998)

Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. UNAIDS (1998) Mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) is the overwhelming source of HIV infection in young children. Of the 3 million infants infected with HIV since the beginning of the pandemic, about 90% have been born in Africa. However, the number of cases in India and South-East Asia appears to be rising rapidly.

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Sri Lanka Demographic and Health Survey 1987. Department of Census and Statistics Ministry of Plan Implementation Colombo, Sri Lanka and Institute for Resource Development/Westinghouse Columbia (1998)

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Sri Lanka, an island nation earlier known as Ceylon, has a recorded history that stretches back about 2500 years. Since the 15th century, the country experienced several foreign invasions and was ruled in succession by the Portuguese, the Dutch, and the British until 1948 when independence was finally gained.


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Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 1996-1997. Mitra SN, Al-Sabir A, Cross AR, et al (1997)

Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 1996-1997. Mitra SN, A1-Sabir A, Cross AR, et al (1997) The 1996-97 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) is a nationally-representative survey of 9,127 ever-married women age 10-49 and 3,312 currently married men age 15-59. The BDHS was designed to provide information on levels and trends of fertility, family planning knowledge and use, infant and child mortality, and maternal and child health and nutrition. Fieldwork for the BDHS took place from early November 1996 to mid-March 1997.

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Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 1995: Progress of Goal for Myanmar Children - National Programme of Action. Department of Planning and Statistic (1997)

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey. Ministry of Health Republic of Maldives (2001)

It is a great pleasure and an honour for us to launch this user friendly version of the 1995 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Report published jointly by the Departmcnr of Planning and Statistics (DPS) of the Ministry of Health and UNICEF. The rcpon retlccrs the SMLUS oi achievement of the mid-decade and NPA goals for children.


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Nepal Family Health Survey 1996. Pradhan A, Aryal RH, Regmi G, et al (1997)

Nepal Family Health Survey 1996. Pradhan A, Aryal RH, Regmi G, et al (1997) The 1996 Nepal Family Health Survey (NFHS) is a nationally representative survey of 8,429 evermarried women age 15-49. The survey is the fifth in a series of demographic and health surveys conducted in Nepal since 1976. The main purpose of the NFHS was to provide detailed information on fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, and matemal and child health and nutrition. In addition, the NFHS included a series of questions on knowledge of AIDS.

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Advocacy Kit - General Advocacy Components Sexuality Education HIV/AIDS Prevention. Advocates for Youth (1996)

Advocacy Kit - General Advocacy Components Sexuality Education HIV/AIDS Prevention. Advocates for Youth (1996) Advocacy is critical in efforts to ensure that adolescent reproductive and sexual health programs are enacted, funded, implemented and maintained. Advocacy (like lobbying) seems intimidating to many—but the idea is more frightening than the activity. All advocacy involves is making a case in favor of a particular cause using skillful persuasion and/or strategic action. In other words, advocacy simply means actively supporting a cause, and trying to get others to support it as well.

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Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey 1990/1991. National Institute of Population Studies and IRD/Macro International Inc (1992)

Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey 1990/1991. National Institute of Population Studies and IRD/Macro International Inc (1992) One of the major objectives of the National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) is to assist the Ministry of Population Welfare by assessing and evaluating the Population Welfare Programme. The Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) has been one of the major activitiesin this context.

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Thailand Demographic and Health Survey 1987. Institute of Population Studies Chulalongkorn University and Institute for Resource Development/Westinghouse (1988)

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The Thai Demographic and Health Survey (TDHS) was a nationally representative sample survey conducted from March through June 1988 to collect data on fertility, family planning, and child and maternal health. A total of 9,045 households and 6,775 ever-married women aged 15 to 49 were interviewed. The results indicate that the longer term decline in fertility that started two decades ago has been continuing during recent years.


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