Monitoring and Evaluating Family Planning Programmes in the 1990s

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dc.contributor.authorKorea Institute for Health and Social Affairs
dc.date.accessioned2010-11-09T02:20:41Z
dc.date.available2010-11-09T02:20:41Z
dc.date.issued1990
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.kihasa.re.kr/handle/201002/632
dc.description.abstractA Seminar on Family Planning/Maternal and Child Health Programme Management Information Systems in the 1990s was held at Seoul, Republic of Korea from 20-26 June 1990. It was organized by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) with financial assistance from United Nations Poupulation Fund (UNFPA) and the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA).
dc.description.tableOfContents1. Organization of the seminar A. Background & objective of the seminar B. Participation C. Opening statements D. Election of officers E. Agenda F. Documentation G. Adoption of the report H. Management information systems : an overwiew 2. Management information systems in selected countries A. Bangladesh B. India C. Indonesia D. Pakistan E. Republic of Korea F. Conclusion 3. Population management information systems in the 1990s : evolution, revolution, or recycling? Introduction A. Reduction inequalities B. Privatization C. Integration D. Analytic complexity E. Management F. Information G. Systems H. Conclusion 4. The Adequacy of service statistics systems for programme monitoring, evlauation & research Introduction A. Appraisal of input measures B. Appraisal of output measures C. Conclusions 5. THE CONTRIBUTION OF MULTI-ROUND DEMOGRAPHIC & HEALTH SURVEYS & CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE SURVEYS TO MGT INFORMATION SYS Introduction A. Brief description of the surveys B. Utilization of contraceptive prevalence data from the CPS & DHS C. Rationale for maintaining a series of sample surveys 6. METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN PROGRAMME EVALUATION A. Changing concepts of family planning programmes B. Evaluation approaches C. Methodological issues & problems D. Conclusion & recommendations 7. INTRA-SECTORAL INTEGRATION & INTER-SECTORAL CO-ORDINATION OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAMMES IN INDIA Introduction A. Intra-sectoral integration B. Inter-sectoral co-ordination C. Integration & co-ordination : implications for monitoring & evaluation 8. MGT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR FAMILY PLANNING, ITS LINKAGES WITH MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH PROGRAMS : AN NGO'S PERSPECTIVE Intoduction A. Information system of the urban PHC programme of Aga Khan University B. Example from Chanesar Goth : a squatter settlement in Karachi City C. Conclusions 9. THE EXPERIMENTAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (FAMILY-BASED APPROACH) Background A. Setting B. Preparation for launching the test run C. Test run process D. Achievement E. future directions 10. HARBIN MUNICIPAL GOV'T EXPERIMENT ON FAMILY PLANNING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Background A. Procedures of the MIS experiment B. Evaluation of the MIS experiment 11. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAMMES : OBSERVATIONS FROM EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS Introduction A. Data system at primary health centres B. Shortcomings of the existing system C. Selected observations from experimental projects D. Discussion & conclusion 12. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR THE 1990S : CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SEMINAR A. Definition & nature B. Problems & challengers for family planning MISs C. Recommendations
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dc.publisher한국보건사회연구원
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Korea (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 KR)
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dc.titleMonitoring and Evaluating Family Planning Programmes in the 1990s
dc.typeBook
dc.type.localReport
dc.type.other연구보고서
dc.identifier.localId연구보고서 1990-26
dc.subject.kihasa인구변화
dc.subject.kihasa가족변화
KIHASA 주제 분류
인구와 가족 > 인구변화
인구와 가족 > 가족변화
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