Key Indicators for Family Planning Projects, Volumes 23-297
World Bank Discussion Paper No. 304. Presents development projects as instruments of policy reform and institutional change. Analyzes the global factors underlying the growing demand for institutional reform and describes why such reform is readily achieved through multilateral cooperation.
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activities actual Africa alternative analysis Appendix apply areas assess Bangladesh behavior Bertrand births capacity Central clients collected countries couple-years of protection covered demographic Demographic and Health developing countries Development dimensions Direction discontinue Economic effect effort enrolment estimates evaluation ever-married women example excludes facilities family planning programs Female fertility fertility rate functioning given Health Health Surveys High-risk household impact important improve infant mortality inputs International key indicators Knowles levels limited listed Magnani married women maternal Mean measure methods Ministry monitoring mortality mortality rate obtain Office operation organization outcomes P.O. Box particular percent Percentage Population possible preferences program outputs Proximity ratio reflects reports represented reproductive require score secondary service points sources specific staff Statistics studies summary supply surveys Table total fertility tracking United users women worker World Bank
Page 18 - The infant mortality rate is the number of infants who die before reaching one year of age, per thousand live births in a given year. The data...
Page 29 - Central Bureau of Statistics, National Family Planning Coordinating Board, Ministry of Health...