Hazem Hassan Ali Sayed

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Egypt's Second Rural Fertility Survey was conducted in 1982 and covered 122 villages. In each of these villages a number of households were interviewed, and individual questionnaires were used for the wife, husband, and widowed/ divorced between the ages of 15-49. The objective of this paper is to use the preliminary findings obtained from the wife's(More)
The author's objective is to examine the published series of birth statistics for the period 1920-1970 in order to estimate the size of under-registration and to determine how far other related factors such as age of mother at birth have been misreported. He includes 7 tables and concludes that under-registration of births fluctuated between 1% and 34% of(More)
This report describes the functioning and impact of Egypt's Population and Development Project (PDP) begun in 1977 by the Population and Family Planning Board to transfer program implementation to local governing units. PDP goals are to 1) promote greater contraceptive use, 2) use existing infrastructure and human participation to implement socioeconomic(More)
The Egypt Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, conducted in 1980, was designed to 1) collect data on current levels of contraceptive knowledge, use, and continuation in rural Egypt; 2) provide data on rural fertility levels and family size ideals; 3) investigate perceived availability of and accessibility to family planning services among the rural population;(More)
Previous rural surveys analyzing the impact of the Egyptian Population and Development Program on KAP variables (knowledge, attitudes, and practices of contraception) have produced mixed results. In 1982 a survey specifically designed to measure program impact contained refinements in questionnaire measurement, sampling, and analysis. Each refinement(More)
Genetic variations between different races play a major role in the susceptibility of some races to specific diseases. There are western studies on the structural changes in the placenta in cases of preeclampsia. However, there is no similar study on Arabic patients from the Middle East. Furthermore, very few studies correlate histological changes and the(More)
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(More)
Egypt's Population and Development Program (PDP) is an effort to combine family planning and development approaches at the grass roots level. Introduced as a pilot project in the late 1970s, it is now active in nearly three quarters of Egypt's villages. A 1980 Contraceptive Prevalence Survey of over 5,000 rural women stratified 124 villages according to(More)
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