The demographic impacts of the population and development program: theoretical and methodological considerations

Dirasat Sukkaniyah. Apr-Jun 1985;12(73):3-26, 25-8.

Abstract

PIP: Methodological and theoretical aspects of measuring the demographic impact of the Egyptian Population and Development Programme are examined. The authors first consider the impact of the program on contraceptive prevalence and conclude that it has had reasonable success in this area. They then expand the analysis, introducing a variety of socioeconomic factors in order to determine their impact. The need to develop more refined measures to evaluate program impact at the community level is emphasized. (SUMMARY IN ARA)

MeSH terms

  • Africa
  • Africa, Northern
  • Contraception
  • Contraception Behavior*
  • Developing Countries
  • Economics
  • Egypt
  • Evaluation Studies as Topic*
  • Family Planning Services
  • Health Planning*
  • Methods*
  • Middle East
  • Models, Theoretical*
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Organization and Administration
  • Population Control*
  • Program Development*
  • Program Evaluation*
  • Residence Characteristics
  • Socioeconomic Factors*