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Best estimates of social indicators for children in Afghanistan, 1990-2005
by Ministry of Economy, Central Statistics Office of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, UNICEF Afghanistan Country Office] in [Kabul
Written in English
|Contributions||Afghanistan. Vizārat-i Iqtiṣād. Iḥṣāʼīyah-i Markazī., UNICEF Afghanistan Country Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||2007377277|
South Asia:: Afghanistan. All Space Capital Landscapes. For more than 3, years, Kabul has occupied a strategic location along Central and Southern Asian trade routes. In the late eighteenth century, Kabul was established as Afghanistan's capital. In this false-color satellite image vegetation appears fluorescent green, urban areas range in. Worldwide, more than 90 per cent of primary school-age children have been enrolled in school. Major progress has been made toward realizing the Millennium Development Goal of achieving universal primary education. However, there is still a long way to go before this vision will be achieved in some regions. While education systems globally have enrolled more students, some regions and countries.
The first estimates are taken from Afghanistan Ministry of Public Health, Afghanistan Health Survey Estimates of Priority Health Indicators (Kabul: Ministry of Public Health, ). Unlike most of the other studies, the Afghanistan Health Survey reports a 95 percent confidence interval for the under-five mortality-rate estimates. The findings of projects using approaches similar to those described in this manuscript will be a good starter for a more comprehensive dialogue with governments, professionals and civil societies, health systems or facilities for promoting best practices, improving quality of care and achieving better health for mothers and by:
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Best estimates of social indicators for children in Afghanistan 5. Waldman R, Strong L, Wali A. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit: Briefing Paper Series; December Afghanistan's health system since Cited by: 3 Best Estimates of Social Indicators for Children of Afghanistan; MayUNICEF 4 World Population Prospects: The Revision Highlights; United Nations Secretariat, Department of Economic and Social Affairs 5 Afghanistan Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS2) Volume 1.
Situation Analysis of Children andFile Size: 2MB. (Source: Best Estimates of Social Indicators for children in Afghanistan, ). In addition, it is not just UNICEF that is working to get children into school, and ensure they remain there.
The Government has been leading this effort, and can claim the credit for the millions of children who attend schools across the country. UNICEF has. A reanalysis of the data was carried out by CSO and UNICEF and modeled estimates of key indicators from the adjusted MICS data as well as from the and MICS5 were published in the Best Estimates of Social Indicators for Children (UNICEF, ).
Reproductive Age Mortality Survey (RAMOS) in Four Districts (). Very limited studies exist on the demography of Afghanistan.
Using the only national survey with complete birth history data, the Afghanistan Mortality Survey, this paper describes the recent fertility changes in the country from a parity-specific perspective.
From toparity progression ratios, average birth intervals, sex ratio at birth by parity and synthetic lifetime average Cited by: 5. Expert Group on MDG Indicators led by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, in response to the wishes of the General Assembly for periodic assessment of progress towards the MDGs.
The Group comprises representatives of the international organizations whose activities include the preparation of one or more. The following summary tables represent the best estimates of WHO for a broad range of key public health indicators based on evidence available at the beginning of These best estimates have Afghanistan 49 61 49 61 50 62 14 16 13 15 15 17 50 AfghanistanFile Size: 1MB.
Afghanistan The Human Capital Index (HCI) database provides data at the country level for each of the components of the Human Capital Index as well as for the overall index, disaggregated by gender.
The index measures the amount of human capital that a child born today can expect to attain by given the risks of poor health and poor. Hogan et al.
estimate that Afghanistan’s MMR decreased from in to ina 20% reduction in MMR or % yearly reduction. The most recent estimates by WHO show a 17% reduction in MMR from toor an annual decline of 1% (WHO et al.
).Cited by: Three different sources were used for immunization coverage data. The PEI-Afghanistan PCA reports provided estimates of the percentage of children vaccinated and the percentage missed during each SIA.
The – Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey and the – WHO-UNICEF published reports provided estimates of routine immunization Cited by: 5. Indicators from The World Bank: Data. Learn how the World Bank Group is helping countries with COVID (coronavirus).
(modeled ILO estimate) Social Protection & Labor. ASPIRE: The Atlas of Social Protection Jobs Data. Children in employment, female (% of female children ages ) Children in employment, male (% of male children ages ). Recently, there have been advances in the development of multidimensional poverty measures.
Work is needed however on how to implement such measures. This paper deals with the process of selecting dimensions and setting weights in multidimensional poverty measurement using qualitative and quantitative methods in a participatory framework.
We estimate the multidimensional Cited by: The primary school completion rate for boys is 32 per cent versus 13 per cent for girls.
In terms of cohort tracking, only 30 percent of girls (age 12 years) reach Grade 5, compared to 56 per cent for boys. (Source: Best Estimates of Social Indicators for children in Afghanistan, –).Area served: Afghanistan.
The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities establishes that children with “long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments” should enjoy the same human rights and freedoms as other children.
The Convention goes on to say: “In all actions concerning children with disabilities, the best interests of the child shall be a primary consideration,” and. UNICEF () Best estimates of social indicators for children in Afghanistan New York: United Nations Children's Fund.
Waldman R, Strong L, Wali A (December ) Afghanistan's health system since condition improved, prognosis cautiously optimistic. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit: Briefing Paper Series. by: In Lao PDR, inonly 6 percent of year-olds from the poorest quintile were on track in literacy and numeracy.
The IDA-funded Early Childhood Education (ECE) Project (), cover year olds in 22 target districts in Lao PDR, is changing this. As a result of the project, nearly 70 percent of children have benefitted.
One estimate of war-related deaths from to is 30, As many as million people, two thirds of whom were civilians, have died since million between and [World Military and Social Expenditures, Ruth Leger Sivard, ] (Implied January ): Total: An estimatedpeople killed as a direct consequence File Size: KB.
Children left in inadequate care *, total-Children left in inadequate care *, male-Children left in inadequate care *, female-Children left in inadequate care *, poorest 20%-Children left in inadequate care *, richest 20%-Definitions and data sources.
estimates million people with a disability, and million with a severe disability, such as quadriplegia, severe depression or blindness.
For children of 14 years or younger the GBD estimates 95 million have disabilities of which 13 million are severely disabled. AlmostFile Size: KB. International Reactor Physics Evaluation Project Handbook. ITF Transport Statistics.
Indicators Country statistical profiles. Agricultural output. Agricultural policy. Air and climate. Benefits and wages. Broadband access. Conversion rates. Corporate sector.
Development resource flows. Earnings and wages. Education attainment. Education resources. Global health indicators. 49 General notes The following summary tables represent the best estimates of WHO for a broad range of key public health indicators – based on evidence available in Afghanistan 44 48 42 47 46 50 14 14 13 13 15 15 29 53 45 AfghanistanFile Size: 1MB.Afghanistan continues to face major economic headwinds, with growth slowing to percent in Slow growth reflected the impacts of severe drought and intensifying insecurity, with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan recording 3, civilian casualties between January and Juneand more than million Afghans.Nationally over 7 million U.S.
children come to the attention of Child Protective Services each year according to a Children’s Bureau report. 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused before they turn 18 years old 34% of people who sexually abuse a child are family members.
3% of girls were age 10 or younger at the time of.