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  Prenatal & Neonatal Mortality Study 2000
The objectives of this study were to estimate the national stillbirth, early neonatal and neonatal death rate, understand the factors and care-seeking behaviors associated with prenatal and neonatal death using a case control design. This design compares dead and living births/neonates and obtains more detailed data on maternal health-care among a nationally representative sample of births (to be compared (by JSI) to maternal deaths). To carry out this study, a sample was taken of women with live births (including early neonatal deaths) and still births from the EDHS-2000 according to all stillbirths and all neonatal deaths in the three years prior to the survey and three live births selected at random for each death, matched on year of birth. This study was implemented under the auspices of JONE SNOW INC. (Healthy Mother/Healthy Child).
  An Assessment of the Egyptian NORPLANT® Program 2000-2001
The main objectives of this study were: To assess the completeness, accuracy and efficiency of NORPLANT® MIS and to identify factors influencing provider attitudes and motivation to provide NORPLANT® services. Also to assess the extent to which clients’ needs were met by NORPLANT® Introduction Program. The study utilized a diagnostic, non intervention study design. The study covered 36 clinics. All physicians (66) and nurses (64) at these clinics were interviewed (separate questionnaires for each). Exit interviews were conducted with women who inserted NORPLANT® at the study sample facilities and received counseling and information related to NORPLANT® use and were ready to leave the health facility (740 exit interviews). In addition to Home interviews that were conducted using a random sample of women who had previous NORPLANT® inserts (between 1-4 years ago) at facilities in the sample (624 home interviews). The study was collaboratively implemented by El-Zanaty & Associates and the Population Council
  Further Analysis project of 2000 EDHS
A plan of eight studies related to research questions of basic concern to the population and health were implemented by El-Zanaty & Associate. The studies were carried out by El-Zanaty and Egyptian researchers with the technical support of Macro international and El-Zanaty & Associates technical staff.
  Egypt Demographic and Health Surveys 1999-2000
The EDHS is the largest national survey to be conducted in Egypt every four years. The primary objective of the EDHS was to collect data for providing accurate information on levels and trends in fertility, family planning use, infant and child mortality, and maternal and child health indicators. The EDHS-2000 is the fourth demographic and health survey carried out in Egypt. The sample size for 2000 EDHS was designed to cover around 17,000 households with around 16,000 women in their reproductive age (between 15-49). In addition to Anthropometric measures, anemia testing was conducted for women, children under six years, and adolescents. This survey covered all Egyptian governorates. The EDHS considered it as the most important survey that assisted policy makers and administrators in evaluating existing programs and in designing new strategies for improving family planning and health services in Egypt. The EDHS was implemented under the auspices of the Ministry of Health &Population and National Population Council.
  Childhood Disability Survey 1999
The objectives of this survey were to identify the prevalence of disability among children at the national level, identify the prevalence of specific categories of disability, examine the relationship between specific risk factors and disability, examine the relationship between specific risk factors and specific categories of disability, and examine the type services utilized by disabled children and the degree of their utilization. The survey was conducted within the DHS pretest, 2,2434 households from 21 governorates with mothers of children aged (2-18) were selected out of a total sample of 3400 household. The total number of children inquired about through the questionnaire was 6603 children. The study was implemented under the auspices of UNICEF.
  Study on Reproductive Health Concept for Advocacy Project, 1999
. This study was a qualitative study carried out in three governorates used to assess knowledge and attitudes of reproductive health concepts and issues among women, men and adolescents. The study intended to provide information, which can serve as a background within which the advocacy strategies and IEC messages can be formulated. The study included 36 FGDs as well as 36 In-depth interviews with women, men and adolescents. The study was implemented under the auspices of the MOHP/Advocacy project and funded by UNFPA.
  Quality of Care and Family Planning Utilization in Ministry of Health and Population Clinics 1998.
The overall goal of this study was to provide information to decision makers in the Ministry of Health and Population that will help them design a program which increases the number of family planning clients in the MOH&P clinics through improving the quality of services. The study investigated the relationship between the number of clients and the quality of services and facilities in the clinics. Three approaches were used for data collection, collecting data from the records of a sample of 501 MOH&P family planning clinics, exit-interview with 1042 clients, and in-depth interviews with 41 providers. The study was implemented under the auspices of the Research Management Unit - National Population Council.
  Egypt Interim Demographic and Health Survey 1998
This survey was conducted through the DHS international program requested by USAID in order to monitor the main indicators of fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, and maternal and child health indicators. The interim survey data collection was carried out in November 1998 with a sample size of over 6000 household and around 5700 women in the reproductive age (between 15-49). The interim survey was implemented under the auspices of the National Population Council with technical assistance from Macro international.
  Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Egyptian Farmers Towards Water Resources 1998
This survey was a baseline national survey. The main objective of this survey was to identify baseline measures about male and female farmers’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices concerning water resource management. These measures were used by the Water Communication Unit (WCU) in the Ministry of Public Works and Water Resources (MPWWR) to design the appropriate communication interventions. Prior to the data collection for this survey, a listing of the farmers on the Mesqas was conducted to provide a frame for selecting the sample. Around 2000 farmers (male and female) and 355 farmers’ wives were interviewed. The study was implemented under the auspices of GreenCom/ WCU/ MPWWR
  In-Depth Study of the Discontinuation of Modern Family Planning Methods, 1998.
The overall goal of this study was to identify the features of family planning programs that could be improved so as to reduce the rate of discontinuation of contraceptives and increase use effectiveness of the method. The study focused on studying the rates of discontinuation and reasons for the discontinuation of the most popular methods, pill, IUD and Injectables. The study included three approaches, literature review of levels and trends of discontinuation rates in Egypt, secondary analysis of the 1995 EDHS, in addition to 30 focus group discussions to investigate reasons for discontinuation. The study was implemented under the auspices of the Research Management Unit - National Population Council.
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