Myanmar DescriptionBurma description
This section contains a step-by-step description of the trial (i.e. the metadata). The subjects addressed cover the method of compilation, sample procedures, compilation of information, financing, compilation of information, geographic cover and accessibility policies for the same. In FY2012 (July 2011-June 2012), 41 FY2013 (July 2012-June 2013), 42 FY2014 (July 2013-June 2014) and 35 FY2015 (July 2014-June 2015) states.
During the 2016 financial year, polls were carried out in 45 different markets. The answer possibilities are encoded in the survey according to the corresponding numbers. If an answer is marked, it is encoded as "1", if an answer is not marked, it is encoded as "0". "I don't know" is encoded as "11." "Yes " is encoded as "1", "No" is encoded as "2".
The WBC receives systemic feed-back from Myanmar's domestic and international government, multilateral/bilateral agency, press, academia, academic community, public authorities, the non-governmental community and many more: the WBCG receives it: from Myanmar: 1 ) Your opinions on the general context in Myanmar; 2) your general attitude towards the WBCs in Myanmar; 4) your perception of the WBCs upcoming roles in Myanmar.
Opinions form the leading figures in the fields of politics, science, the press, the private industry and civic life.
Burma - Population and Health Study 2015-2016
This section contains a step-by-step description of the trial (i.e. the metadata). The subjects addressed cover the method of compilation, sample procedures, compilation of information, financing, compilation of information, geographic cover and accessibility policies for the same. The Demographic and Public Hospitals Statistics (DHS) are nationwide representatives of households and supply information for a broad set of public, healthcare and nutritional outcomes.
Myanmar Demographic and Health Survey (2015-16 MDHS) is the first Demographic and Health Study to be carried out in Myanmar. It was carried out by the Ministry of Health and Sport (MoHS) and collected from 7 December 2015 to 7 July 2016. Myanmar Demographic and Health ( "2015-16 MDHS") is the first DHS poll to be carried out in Myanmar.
An nationwide random sampling of around 13,260 homes was chosen. The competition was open to all 15-49 year old girls who lived in the chosen homes or were asleep in the homes the previous year. In addition to the women's interview, a men's interview was also carried out in a partial random sampling comprising one in every two homes chosen for the women's question.
Men aged 15-49 who were normally resident in the chosen household or who were asleep in the household the day before the interview were considered for the men question. Patients in all homes asked parent/guardian of 6-59 month old infants for approval to take a fingerprick test of a child's fingerprick, which was also used to test for ischemia.
Anaemia tests and anthropometrical readings were also performed for females aged 15-49 years in the sampling homes. MDHS 2015-16's main goal was to deliver up-to-date assessments of fundamental demographics and human resources performance indicators. Specifically, information was gathered on infertility, familial state, reproductive preference, consciousness and use of techniques of birth control, lactation practice, diet, maternal and infant death and disease, HIV/AIDS and other STICs, and other health-related topics such as tobacco and TB.
Information gathered under MDHS 2015-16 will help political decision-makers and programme leaders assess and design programmes and policies to improve the state' s population' s wellbeing. In addition, this poll comes at a good moment for Myanmar as the results will be used to prepare the next NHSP ( "National Strategic Planning " 2017-2021) and to upgrade the NSD.
Myanmar's 2015-16 population and health study included the following topics: Included in the study were all de jure members of the households (ordinary inhabitants), females aged 15-49 years and males aged 15-49 years in the households. The metadata are taken from the report "Myanmar Demographic and Health 2015-16".