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|Other titles||Fertility surveys and trends as assessed from twenty world fertility surveys.|
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Comparative evaluation of data quality in thirty-eight world fertility surveys. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.
Department of International Economic and Social Affairs. Population. Author(s): United Nations. Department of International Economic and Social Affairs. Population Division. Title(s): A comparative evaluation of data quality in thirty-eight World Fertility Surveys. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York.
Get this from a library. Assessment of the quality of data in 41 WFS surveys: a comparative approach. [Noreen Goldman; Shea Oscar Rutstein; Susheela Singh; International Statistical Institute.; World Fertility Survey.].
This information about the World Fertility Survey program comes from the Dynamic Data Base: Catalog of Survey Data Files by the International Statistical Institute, Voorburg, Netherlands, Currently the data for developing countries are available through the Office of Population Research at Princeton University.
The Fertility and Family Surveys project (FFS) was a multi-national, Europe-centred, comparative project, launched at the very end of its worldwide predecessor, the World Fertility Survey (WFS), to collect and analyse new data on fertility and family. The aim was to place family-building in the wider context of personal biographies and attitudes.
1 WORLD FERTILITY DATA METADATA World Fertility Data presents data on age-specific fertility rates, total fertility and mean age at childbearing for countries or areas of the world.
A Comparative evaluation of data quality in thirty-eight world fertility surveys / Department of Interna Fertility and development: an introduction to theory, empirical research, and policy issues / by Ghazi A compilation of age-specific fertility rates for developing countries.
Fertility and Family Surveys (FFS) were conducted in the s in 23 member States of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The project concluded in with the FFS Flagship Conference.
The micro-data of the surveys is available for research. Micro-data access. WORLD FERTILITY SURVEYThe World Fertility Survey (WFS) was one of the most important international undertakings in demographic data collection and analysis of the twentieth century.
Between and66 countries carried out comparable surveys of human fertility. Forty four of these were developing countries that received substantial financial and technical assistance channeled through.
Population projections depend on censuses, vital statistics and sample surveys, all of which have deficiencies that are most marked in the less developed countries (LDCs).
Long-range projections by international agencies have recently undergone major revisions, while forecasts of the U.S.
population have changed drastically over the past four years. The following chronological overview 1 of cross-national comparative survey projects focuses on sample surveys among individuals or (private) households framing total (adult) national populations.
Studies aiming at subpopulations or target groups are not considered, except selected prominent and particularly relevant studies based on large subpopulations such as working or elderly populations.
Fertility Trends in the Developing Countries 3. Contraceptive Prevalence 4. Some Success of Family Planning in Poorest Setting 5. Factors Affecting Fertility Declines in Developing Countries 6. Assessment of the World Fertility Surveys in Regard to the Causes and Conditions 7.
Role of Education 8. Role of Women’s Employment 9. The evaluation of recent fertility data has to consider two particular aspects. The first is the general observation (described above) that one anticipates that reports of recent fertility will be understated; the second is the precise framing of the questions used to determine recent births.
The major highlights of the findings are summarized with respect to the quality of the fertility estimates from WFS data, (reported in much greater detail in "Fertility Levels and Trends as Assessed from 20 World Fertility Surveys").
The fertility estimates for those 20 countries are reviewed to assess in each case whether WFS results have. Get this from a library.
Women's employment and fertility: a comparative analysis of world fertility survey results for 38 developing countries. [United Nations. Department of. NEW World Values Survey Wave 7 released. Download WVS7 data & documentation. WVS Longitudinal File NEW Download the latest version of the cummulated data file in different formats (last updated ).
Inglehart - Welzel's Cultural Map. WVS Online Analysis Browse WVS data online and produce your own tables. Estimates of total fertility reported in World Fertility Datahowever, may differ from those calculated by the United Nations Population Division and published in the World Population Prospects.
Committee on Comparative Studies of Fertility and Fertility Planning. Variables and questionnaire for comparative fertility surveys.
New York, United Nations, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Committee on Comparative Studies of Fertility and. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Outline 1. Fertility measures (some definitions) 2. Evaluation of fertility data Data collection errors, coverage, completeness Methods for deriving fertility estimates.
National data archives The Tanzania National Bureau of Statistics ('Statistics for Development') has a number of surveys on its website ' Tanzania National Data Archive'.You need to be registered to request data (top-right corner of the screen has the link to the registration).
Examples include the Integrated Labour Force Survey and the Agriculture Sample Census Survey The findings of a World Fertility Survey of infant and early childhood mortality trends in 29 countries in Africa, the Americas, and Asia are reported. The national surveys, carried out in WFS Surveys: A Comparative Approach.
World Fertility Survey, Comparative Studies No. Goldman, Noreen, Charles F. Westoff and Lois E. Paul. Estimation of Fecundability from Survey Data. Studies in Family Planning 16(5): Pebley, Anne R., Noreen Goldman and Minja Kim Choe.
Evaluation of Contraceptive History Data in the. Data Quality A Survey of Data Quality /12/$ © IEEE Data Quality:A Surv ey of Data Quali ty Dimensions. World Fertility Survey. Title(s): Assessment of the quality of data in 41 WFS surveys: a comparative approach/ Noreen Goldman, Shea Oscar Rutstein, Suseela [i.e.
Susheela] Singh. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute,  Description: 83 p.:.
The main goal of the Human Fertility Database (HFD) is to provide access to detailed high-quality data on cohort and period fertility to a broad audience of users. We are trying to develop the HFD into an important resource for monitoring, analyzing, comparing, and forecasting fertility as well as for studying causes and consequences of.
The comparisons between these 2 major survey programs have additional implications for the design of fertility and family planning surveys in developing countries, among them, that women should be asked for the dates of at least their last 2 births to ensure accurate estimates of fertility.
surveys in the UNECE region as a follow-up to the World Fertility Surveys. The meeting emphasized the need for policy-oriented research in the fields of family and fertility. In the recommendations it identified the study of determinants of family formation, family planning and fertility.
This report summarizes activities of the World Fertility Survey (WFS), an international population research program to assist interested countries carry out surveys of human fertility behavior.
The document is organized into six major sections. Following an introduction, section two briefly describes participation of countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Resources have been devoted to improve data quality in health and disease programs, but problems persist as countries struggle to maintain capacity for data management, analysis, and use.
The number of patients on treatment is a very high-profile and useful indicator for monitoring the. Issues in the comparativ analysie ofs World Fertility Survey data.
(Papers of the East-West Populatio Institutn ; e no. 62) Earlier draft presented at a seminar at the Popula tion Institut oef the East-West Center, January Bibliography: p.
Worl Fertilitd y Survey. Fertility Human., I. Worl Fertilitd y Survey. Title Series. II: L. – Improving yield and quality – Improving fertilizer use efficiency – Decreasing impacts on water and air quality, the comparative database. From Ludwick, A. et al.
Western Fertilizer Applications of Soil Fertility Evaluation and Recommendation • Substitute information for resources. Concerns about the quality of male fertility data have a long history. For instance, Cherlin, Griffith, and McCarthy () found that compared to women, men reported fewer children from prior marriages in both the and Current Population Surveys (CPS).
This finding led the CPS to discontinue its collection of fertility histories from men (). In South Asia, the prevalence of primary infertility declined (, ) percentage points (pp = ); however, this decline was attenuated, declining (−, ) percentage points (pp = ), if World Fertility Surveys data from –.
World Fertility Data presents data on age-specific fertility rates, total fertility and mean age at childbearing for countries or areas of the world. The database includes data available. Table Sample sizes of DHS fertility data used, by country and survey year 6 Table Example of panel creation 8 Table Years Covered by DHS Surveys and by Panel 9 Table 23 Sub-Saharan African countries: Age-specific fertility rates by mother's age group and birth cohort Fertility, mortality, migration, and population scenarios for countries and territories from to a forecasting analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study Changing population size and age structure might have profound economic, social, and geopolitical impacts in many countries.
With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
A first report on the evaluation of the FFS project has been presented by Mr. Festy and Ms. Prioux at the FFS Flagship Conference in Brussels ( May ). The final report "An evaluation of the Fertility and Family Surveys Project" by Patrick Festy and France Prioux, Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques, Paris, is available.
Data. ICP cycle. Results from the International Comparison Program (ICP) cycle include data for the new reference yearrevised data for the previous reference yearand annual purchasing power parities (PPPs) for to Search for and download to data from the World Bank’s DataBank.
Maternal, newborn, child & adolescent health. Data portal. All Indicators All Documents. Maternal, newborn, child & adolescent health.fertility could not be taken for granted and that other contextual factors had to be brought into consideration.
By the s, comparable data for a large number of developing countries participating in the World Fer-tility Survey (WFS) had become available. Previous problems of data quality, comparability, and sample size.We read and reviewed a set of 95 comparative studies.
In this report we describe that database, analyze its results, and draw conclusions about the quality of the evaluation database both as a whole and separated into evaluations supported by the National Science .