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  Market Segmentation Analysis 1997
Using data from 1995 EDHS, a special analysis was conducted by El-Zanaty & Associate to investigate characteristics of identifiable consumer groups in Egypt and to examine contraceptive methods and provider choice behavior patterns of each group. This analysis was conducted in collaboration with Futures Group International. Besides conducting surveys, the firm has long experience in designing and selecting samples for other agencies. The following are some of the agencies and projects which the firm supported: • SPAAC, safe Childhood lives Project (Dr. Sara Loza). • Cairo Demographic Center, Male Survey (Dr. Hisham Makhlouf and Dr. Ferial Abdel-Kadir). • Social Reseach Center, American University (Cairo). • The National Center for Social and Criminological Research (Dr. Nahed Saleh). • Al Wafai & Associates (Mrs. Jehan El-Tigani).
  Egypt Interim Demographic and Health Survey 1997
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 1997 with a sample size of about 6000 household and around 5700 women in their reproductive age (between 15-49). The interim survey was implemented under the auspices of the National Population Council with a technical assistance from Macro international.
  Market Segmentation Special Study 1997
The main objective of this survey was to help in providing policy makers, planners, and providers with a better understanding of the dynamics between consumer and provider as related to the choice of behavior. The study was also used to assess the consumer’s similarities and differences that attracted different providers and develop strategies to serve potential consumers who were currently non-users so that they decide to become users. The study included exit interviews with clients, as well as providers interviews. The study successfully interviewed over 3000 clients and over 120 providers plus 50 clinic directors. The study was implemented under the auspices of Futures Group International.
  Egypt In-depth Study on the Reasons for Nonuse of Family Planning (Assuit and Souhag) 1996-1998
The main objective of this study was to obtain a greater understanding of the factors contributing to the reasons for non-use. The first phase of this study was conducted during 1996 using both qualitative and quantitative data. The first stage of this study utilized 22 Focus Group discussions and 30 In-depth interviews. A report on this stage is already available, in addition to a p and data collected from this initial phase was used in the preparation of the second stage of the project, which will utilize qualitative survey methodologies. The study was implemented under the auspices of the National Population council and Macro international fund by USAID.
  Action Research for Egypt Population Project 1996-1997
The main objective of this research was to develop a list of the principle factors that help in explaining reasons behind the non-use in Upper Egypt as well as motivators for having smaller families. The ultimate goal was to design projects that can help in increasing the demand of family planning and strengthen the norms towards small family sizes in households where wives are in their reproductive age. This study had been conducted during1997, using different approaches of qualitative method to obtain data. Forty FGDs, 110 in-depth Interviews, in addition to participant’s observations (through a long stay in the community for two weeks). The study was implemented under the auspices of The World Bank.
  Behavioral Research Among Egyptian University Students 1996.
The main objective of this study was to determine knowledge attitudes and beliefs about HIV/STDs among university students ages (18-24) in Greater Cairo, assess risk perception for HIV/STDs, examine underlying factors or motivations for behaviors which place them at risk, and identify strategies that influence behavioral changes. Four universities were selected for this study: Cairo, Ain Shams, El-Azhar and the American University in Cairo. This study was conducted during 1996, through utilizing both qualitative and quantitative methods to obtain data. The first stage of this study utilized 6 Focus Group Discussions, three with female students, and three with male students. A report on this stage was already available and the data collected from this initial phase was used in developing the questionnaire that was used in the second stage of the project. The quantitative phase was completed by November of 1996 and a detailed report was available. The study was implemented under the auspices of Family Health International (FHI).
  Consumer’s Perceptions of Quality of Family Planning Services in Egypt 1996.
The main objectives of the study were to investigate what clients actually think “quality” means. This study was conducted in 1996, using qualitative methods, through utilized 108 FGDs with women and men who were currently using or not using of contraceptive methods. The study was implemented under the auspices of Family Health International
  Egypt Demographic and Health Surveys 1995, 92, 88
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 was carried out in 1988, 1992 and 1995. The sample size for the 1995 EDHS was over 15,000 households with around 14,000 women in their reproductive age (between 15-49 years). In addition, Anthropometric measures were conducted for women and all their children under five years of age. This survey was carried out in all Egyptian governorates. The EDHS is considered the most important survey that assists policy makers and administrators in evaluating existing programs and in designing new strategies for improving family planning and health services in Egypt. The EDHS is implemented under the auspices of the National population Council and El-Zanaty & Associates staff conducted the survey
  Further Analysis project of 1995 EDHS
six studies related to research questions of basic concern to the population were implemented by El-Zanaty & Associates. The studies were carried out by Egyptian researchers with the technical support of Macro international and El-Zanaty & Associates technical staff. A volume that included these studies was distributed to the concerned persons
  The Egyptian Households Health Care Utilization and Expenditure Survey1994-1995.
The data for Decision Making Project (DDM) at Harvard University’s School of public Health in collaboration with the Directorate of planning in the Ministry of Health in Egypt carried out the survey. Cairo Demographic Center was responsible for implementing the survey. El-Zanaty & Associates Director was the director of the survey. The main goal of the survey was to provide a complete picture on the Health Care demand of different groups in the Egyptian population and for different types of the health needs. This project was carried out in Egypt for the first time. The sample included more than 10,000 households in which each member was interviewed, accordingly, more than 50,000 individuals were successfully interviewed. In order to account for seasonal differences in the utilization of Health Care Services, the survey was conducted on two rounds one during the winter months and one during the summer months.
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