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Experiences:
  PROJECT ON THE PROMOTION OF SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES IN UPPER EGYPT
The main focus of this survey was to provide a clear picture of the students health and school health services in order to achieve the project goals. Also, assessment of the school environment and physical condition of schools measured in this survey which has an impact on students health.
 
  Provision of Mobile Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services February 2004.
The main goal of this survey is to assess the knowledge, attitudes and practice towards HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, TB and Drug addictions. Quantitative and Qualitative tools were used to achieve this objective. The study will cover six governorates namely; Cairo, Alexandria, South Sinia, Red Sea, Luxor and Aswan.
 
  Omani Women Needs and Status February 2003-September 2003
This survey was conducted by the firm for the UNICEF in Oman. The firm was responsible for the training of interviewers, editing questionnaires, all data processing activities and report writing. The aim of the survey was to provide necessary information about the status of Omani women and barriers they face in playing their economical and social role. The survey targeted women in the age group of 15-60. Overall, 1071 households were interviewed and 1764 women were interviewed.
 
  Maternal Health User Fee Study, December 2003
The objectives of this study were to survey actual costs that consumers spent on antenatal care, delivery care and fee waiver mechanisms, to assess the degree to which these mechanisms function as intended and to assess the degree to which residual costs affect consumers. This study uses qualitative tools as well as quantitative tools. This study included 50 FGDs as well as 282 In-depth interviews with key informants and exit interviews with currently married women about family planning and antenatal care. This study covered 5 governorates namely; Cairo, Sharkia, Menoufia, Beni Suef, Souhag.
 
  Health Impact Monitoring Survey December 2001-March 2002
The Health Impact Monitoring Survey concentrated on the incidence of morbidity in Aswan (Kom Ombo, Nasr and Daraw). The main objectives of this study were to design and test a workable method to gauge SCP project impact on health and well being of individuals and communities. Secondly, to conduct a survey to establish a baseline against which the potential impact of SCP on health status of project beneficiaries can be measured. The survey results will act as a control against both short-term and long-term health effects to be measured later. The study interviewed 473 beneficiary's and 238 control households were selected based on the established criteria. The study was conducted by El- Zanaty and Associates for Chemonics International Inc. in association with Camp Dresser & McKee International Inc., Chemonics Egypt, and Arabic Software Engineering.
 
  Design of Monitoring and Evaluation System
System for Social Fund in Egypt to establish a M&E System for Population project at the social fund (August 2002- June 2004), this included staff training.
 
  CAIRO 2050 FUTURE VISION POLL SURVEY
Proceeding an opinion poll with the citizens about their Future Vision for Cairo 2050, with focuses on the modernism and development target areas (Nile Islands).
 
  HOUSEHOLD AND HEALTH CARE FACILITY SURVEY
The primary objectives of the Household and health care facility survey in Egypt are to Explain the ability of the health care unit to provide quality health services in the fields of childhood and maternal illness and treatment of high blood pressure and sugar. Identify gaps in services, assistance, or resources, or in the process of providing services to clients, which may affect the ability of the health care unit to provide quality services. Describes the processes used in the provision of maternity and childhood and the treatment of high blood pressure, diabetes and to what extent are the following accepted standards of quality in service delivery. Comparing the results of the various facilities which will apply the system of health reform and not reformed. Explain how extent the clients understanding what they must do to follow-up services provided to them for access to reach the best of health.
 
  Birth Preparedness KAP Survey (Baseline, snap shot and Post Survey) April 2000-December 2000.
The goal of this study was to provide information to policy and decision makers that can help in promoting healthy behaviors in relation to birth preparedness and clean birth chain among women, their relatives and health providers. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches were used. Three types of data were used, interviews with married women aged 15-49, in-depth interviews with health providers and focus group discussions with married women’s relatives. The study was implemented under the auspices of the JONE SNOW INC. (Healthy Mother/Healthy Child).
 
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