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PAKISTAN'S POPULATION ISSUES IN THE 21ST CENTURY CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

24 - 26 OCTOBER - 2000
THE AGA KHAN UNIVERSITY, KARACHI

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Population Association of Pakistan (PAP) is proud to present the proceedings of the first ever Population Research Conference held at the Aga Khan University from 24–26 Oct, 2000.

The basic theme of the conference has reflected the futuristic approach of population scholars and activists. The scientific sessions on the conference ranged from the more conventional demographic areas of infant mortality, fertility and family planning, migration and urbanization, population and development, safe motherhood to more recent interest issues such as reproductive health, gender, and sexually transmitted infections. The Conference was widely attended by delegates from all over the Pakistan and also by several researchers from abroad.

 

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Total Pages: 702 Number of Articles: 38

Book Size: 6’’x 9’’

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Table of Contents

Keynote Address
Section 1: Family Planning
Section 2: Gender Issues
Section 3: Urbanisation & Migration
Section 4: Sexual Behaviour & Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Section 5: Maternal Health & Mortality
Section 6: Population & Development
Section 7: Infant Health & Mortality
Section 8: Reproductive Health
Section 9: Fertility
Section 10: Appendices

 

Keynote Address

 

Population Issues For Pakistan: Perspectives From The Wider Islamic World

Gavin W. Jones

 

 

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Section 1: Family Planning

 

1.                   Uptake of Family Planning in Pakistan: Trends and Emerging Issues

A. Razzaque Rukanuddin

 

2.                   Navigating the Boundaries: Promoting Family Planning in the Mass Media in Pakistan

Kevin Kingfield, Saifullah Khan, and Bruce Mackay

 

3.                   Pattern of Contraceptive Use in Quetta

Dr. Rashida Panezai, Dr. Farida Jan, and Mohammed Ahmed

 

4.                   On the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use in Pakistan

Peter C. Miller, Ashraf Kayani, and Arshad J. Minhas

 

5.                   Understanding Men’s Role in Family Planning in Pakistan

M. Framurz K. Kiani

 

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Section 2: Gender Issues

 

6.                   Gender Perspectives on Population and Development in Pakistan

Naushin Mahmood

 

7.                   The Effect of Marriage Preferences on Women’s Autonomy: A Case Study

Rafat Hussain

 

8.                   Magnitude and Dynamics of Domestic Violence Against Women: Evidence from Urban and Rural Sites in Pakistan

Muhammad Hafeez

 

9.                   A Feminist Mediatic Discourse Analysis of Gender Role Construction and its Impact on Health Seeking Behaviour

Aamina Qadir

 

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Section 3: Urbanisation & Migration

 

10.               New Pattern of Urbanization in Pakistan: Some Policy Implications

G.M. Arif and Durr-e-Nayab

 

11.               Urbanization in Pakistan: In the Socio-Cultural Context

Dr. Rashid Ahmed Khan

 

12.               Urbanization in Peshawar: Making a Case for “Health City Project”

Javed Khan

 

13.               Urbanization and Development: Perspective and Linkages into the Socio – Environmental Scenario

Ayesha Aftab

 

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Section 4: Sexual Behaviour & Sexually Transmitted Diseases

 

14.               Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Sexual Behaviour in Pakistan

Peter C. Miller

 

15.               Syndromic Management of STIs in Pakistan: Putting Policy into Practice

Amir Khan, Nauman Safdar, John D. Walley, and Birjees Qazi

 

16.               Male Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH): A Pilot Survey

Badi uz Zaman, and Iffat Chaudhry

 

17.               Sexual Behaviour Among Truck Drivers in Pakistan

Sohail Agha

 

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Section 5: Maternal Health & Mortality

 

18.               Maternal Health and Mortality in Pakistan: An Overview

Farid Midhet

 

19.               How Useful is the Burden of Disease for Measuring Maternal & Infant Disease, Identifying Determinants and Designing Interventions in Pakistan?

John Davies

 

20.               Severe Maternal Morbidity at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, The Nearmiss Cocept - An Indicator of Maternal Care

G. Mahmood, A. Rafay, and A.N. Haq

 

21.               Uterovaginal Prolapse in a Rural Community of Sindh, Pakistan

Bhurt A.W., Fikree F.F., Bhurt A.M., Bozdar N.M., Bhurt N., Bhurt A., and

Bhurt R.

 

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Section 6: Population & Development

 

22.               Population Change and Development Prospects: Demographic Issues in Pakistan

Abdul Hakim

 

23.               Population, Poverty and Human Resource Development

Shahnaz Kazi, Zareen Naqvi, and John Wall

 

24.               Population-Development Nexus: Pakistan’s Progress, Problems and Policy Options

Muhammad Iqbal Anjum

 

25.               Children’s Schooling and Family Building Strategies: The Case of Rural Pakistan

Zeba Sathar, Cynthia B. Lloyd, and Minhaj ul Haque

 

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Section 7: Infant Health & Mortality

 

26.               Infant Mortality in Pakistan: Trends and Possible Explanations

Fehmida Jalil and Dr. Zeba A. Sathar

 

27.               Culture, Poverty and Child Survival

Syed Mubashir Ali

 

28.               Correlates of Infant Mortality in Pakistan

Mansoor ul Hassan Bhatti, Dr. Abdul Hakim, and Faateh ud Din

 

29.               Socio-Economic, Demographic, and Health Related Factors Associated with Infant Mortality in Karachi

Syed Iqbal Azam, and Mehtab S. Karim

 

 

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Section 8: Reproductive Health

 

30.               Reproductive Health in Pakistan: What do we Know?

Fariyal F. Fikree

 

31.               Women’s Perceptions Regarding Obstetric Complications & Care in a Poor Fishing Community in Karachi

Imtiaz Jehan Hasan

 

32.               Barriers to Effective Dissemination of Reproductive Health Research in Pakistan

Monique Hennink, and Dr. Rob Stephenson

 

33.               Reproductive Health Indicators in Pakistan: Experience of Pilot Study

Abdul Hakim and Zafar Zahir

 

 

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Section 9: Fertility

 

34.               Fertility Transition in Karachi and its Determinants

Mehtab S. Karim

 

35.               Fertility Transition and Differentials in Pakistan

Abdul Hakim

 

36.               Fertility Transition in Pakistan: An Application of the Bongaarts Model

Ghulam Yasin Soomro

 

37.               Mothers’ Aspirations for their Daughters’ Education as Correlate of Contraceptive Use Among Women of Punjab, Pakistan

Nasim Haque

 

 

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Section 10: Appendices

 

Appendix A – List of Participants

 

Appendix B – Conference Agenda

 

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