Multi-indicator cluster survey in the state of Madhya Pradesh
Read Online
Share

Multi-indicator cluster survey in the state of Madhya Pradesh

  • 144 Want to read
  • ·
  • 66 Currently reading

Published by Population Research Centre, Dept. of Statistics, Faculty of Science in Baroda .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India,
  • Madhya Pradesh.

Subjects:

  • Child welfare -- India -- Madhya Pradesh.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementM.M. Candotra, Devamoni Dey ; assisted by Nitin Bhatt, Rajnikant Patel & Arvind Mistry.
ContributionsDey, Devamony.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 99/60113 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxiii, 52 leaves
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL156530M
LC Control Number99932005

Download Multi-indicator cluster survey in the state of Madhya Pradesh

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

The reanalysis of NFHS 2 data, Madhya Pradesh reveals that only one-fifth of all children aged months had received complete immunization (Fig 5). 43 percent of children from urban poor households had been vaccinated against measles by the age of 12 months as compared to the urban average coverage of 55 percent. A survey independent of the NFHS [20] compared the vaccination status of infants ( months) in four BIMARU states of north India (Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh) with the status in India as a whole. A cluster-survey was undertaken in 30 districts comprising villages ( children). Situational Analysis for Guiding USAID/India and EHP/India. and managed CARE’s Maternal and Infant Surv ival Project in the state of Madhya Pradesh. MICS Multi Indicator Cluster Survey. Source: Gujarat, State wide Multi indicator cluster survey (MICS), The findings of the MICS, of Gujarat State indicates that utilization of public sector facilities among slum dwellers is less than half of what it is among the rural population (See figure 6).

The quest for better livelihood opportunities has led to large-scale migration and the mushrooming of slums in several Indian cities. Unfortunately, a signific. Background: Immunization plays an important role in reducing child mortality and morbidity. Children's of the urban poor suffer accentuated vulnerability to illnesses, as outbreaks of vaccine preventable diseases are more common in urban slums. Objective: To assess the immunization coverage in the urban slums of Rewa City. Methodology: A cluster survey based on probability proportion to size Cited by: 2.   Population Council December India Health Seeking Behavior and Perceptions in Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Patients Attending Hospital UNICEF Multi Indicator Cluster Survey Vadodara Urban Slums 36 NINAD Oration RK Baxi Medical College BarodaJan Annual Programme Implementation Plan – Broad Framework Section 1 – Situation Analysis It has the States of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh towards the north east and east, Maharashtra and the Union Territories of Daman, Diu and Nagar Haveli, towards the south. level Nutrition Indicator Cluster Survey to regularly monitor.

Society first acknowledges a child’s existence and identity through birth registration. The right to be recognized as a person before the law is a critical step in ensuring lifelong protection and is a prerequisite for exercising all other rights. Yet the births of one fourth of children under age 5 worldwide have never been officially recorded. A dedicated target () under Goal 16 of the. Multi-Indicator Cluster Survey maternal, neonatal, and child health Ministry of Education Ministry of Education and Sports Ministry of Primary and Mass Education National Academy for Primary. 6 State of the Indian for prevention and cure of anaemia among adolescent age group females in Ahmedabad district of India surveyed under multi indicator cluster survey." Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health. "A survey of bancroftian filariasis for microfilariae & circulating antigenaemia in two villages of Madhya Pradesh. Assessment of immunization status in the slums of Surat by 15 clusters multi indicators cluster survey technique p. Rashmi Sharma, Vikas K Desai, Abhay Kavishvar.