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Evaluation of the Fertility and Family Surveys Project, A.

Evaluation of the Fertility and Family Surveys Project, A. They scrutinize comparability of the survey and sampling designs adopted by the various countries participating in the project, as well as comparability of the questionnaires they used to collect the FFS data. In addition, the authors draw lessons from the FFS effort for future similar international projects.

The second project was the World Fertility Survey (WFS), carried out under the auspices of the International Statistical .

The second project was the World Fertility Survey (WFS), carried out under the auspices of the International Statistical Institute. This was mainly designed to gather data in developing countries. The list includes several with little or no previous experience in family and fertility surveys, most often because they were not independent countries in previous decades and had no opportunity to initiate such scientific operations. For all these countries, FFS was a wonderful occasion to get involved in sophisticated survey-taking with strong guidelines and support, which in most cases gave the venture a positive outcome.

De 'Fertility and Family Survey' in Vlaanderen. Data from the National Survey of Family Growth provide the basis for the first estimate based on direct measures of the population seeking to adopt in the United States. Callens, M. (1995), De 'Fertility and Family Survey' in Vlaanderen (Nego V, 1991), De gegevensverzameling, Brusse1: CBGS-document, 1995,4. Non-Response in Household Interview Surveys. Over 2 million women of reproductive age were estimated to have ever sought to adopt, and about 200,000 women were estimated to be currently seeking.

The solution we propose is to use individual data from recent surveys and censuses, specifically the questions that women are usually asked about their fertility.

The surveys covered reproductive health, household characteristics such as family composition, marital status. Often surveys included additional topics such as water and sanitation, mortality, economic status, assets, religion and race. This information about the World Fertility Survey program comes from the Dynamic Data Base: Catalog of Survey Data Files by the International Statistical Institute, Voorburg, Netherlands, 1990.

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Project and programme evaluations The following overview refers to the projects or programmes under the administrative support of the ADA Unit of Countries and Regions.

Project and programme evaluations. Consequently, ADA distinguishes between three types of evaluations: External Evaluation Type I: Evaluations of programmes, cross-cutting issues, instruments and projects commissioned and managed by the ADA Evaluation Unit. External Evaluation Type II: Evaluations of programmes, projects and topics commissioned and managed by the ADA Coordination Office or an ADA Unit Headquarters. The following overview refers to the projects or programmes under the administrative support of the ADA Unit of Countries and Regions.

Fertility, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health of . Women: Data From the 2002 National Survey of Family Growth. Data From the National Survey of Family Growth. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics Hyattsville, Maryland December 2005 DHHS Publication No. (PHS) 2006-1977. 19. Number of nonmarital births estimated from the 2002 National Survey of Growth, confidence interval for this estimate, number of nonmarital births based on vital records, and ratio, by selected characteristics: United States, 1997–2001.

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Knowledge of the fertile period, reproduction and sexuality; benefits of using family planning; various method . Great article and analysis of demand-side barriers, Anne.

Great article and analysis of demand-side barriers, Anne. with a stronger (and sometimes too strong) emphasis placed on supply. Decisions to use/not use contraceptives, and when, are complex and this piece does a nice job of illuminating some of this complexity. In some communities, ideational change has not yet taken root.