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POPULATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN PAKISTAN

19-21 DECEMBER 2002
LAHORE

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Keynote Address
Section 1:
Education Employment and Marriage among Youth

Section 2: Current Issues in Safe Motherhood

Section 3: Gender Structures and Women Empowerment

Section 4: Health Care Delivery systems and unmet needs in Reproductive Health

Section 5: Health and Fertility Transition

Section 6: Men Families and Family Planning

Section 7: Population Growth and Challenges for Development

Section 8: New Strategies in Safe Motherhood

Section 9: Population Pressure: Migration Environment and Resource Depletion
Section 10: HIV treat and Related Behavior

Appendices

 

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

STATEMENT BY DR. NAFIS SADIK SPECIAL ENVOY OF THE UN SECRETARY ­ GENERAL FOR HIV/AIDS IN ASIA

STATEMENT BY MR. RASHID KHAN SECRETARY MINISTRY OF POPUALTION WELFARE

 

SECTION 1: EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, AND MARRIAGE AMONG YOUTH

Issues of Socio-economic Class, Gender and Region             
Dr. Naushin Mahmood 

State of awareness among Adolescents about their Reproductive health Issues in Rural Sindh
Dr. Noor Ali Alias Ghazanfar Ali Samoan, Dr. M. Sarwat Mirza, Dr. Sh. Tanveer Ahmed 

Education and Work of Youth in Pakistan: Substitute or Complement?
Mr. Minhaj ul Haque

 

SECTION 2: CURRENT ISSUES IN SAFE MOTHERHOOD

 

Assessing TBA Practices and Impact of Training in Haripur
Nabila Zaka, Abdul Bari, Raheel Nazir, Naila Butt, Munazza Haris, Noor-ul-Hadiya, Uzma Sadiq, Saima Naseer, Rashda Parveen 

Factors Associated with Women Receiving Antenatal Care in Karachi                
Tazeen S. Ali, Mehtab Karim

Pattern of Resort to Post Abortion Complications; Service Provider's Perspective in Pakistan
Dr. Zakir Hussain Shah, Dr. Gul Rasheeda

Cost and Accessibility of Basic Obstetric Care in District Mansehra Dr. Farhana Azmat, Dr. Juneda Sarfarz,
Dr. Choudary Mohammad Amjad

 

SECTION 3: GENDER STRUCTURES AND WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT

 

Gender Differences in Parental Concerns about Various Life Aspects of Sons and Daughters and Their Health in Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Hafeez 

Dowry and Silence of the Civic Society as Reflected by the Newspaper Media
Dr. Rakhshinda Perveen 

The Implications of Household Factors on Married Women's Economic Activities in Punjab: An Empirical Analysis
Lubna Shahnaz, Shama Shahzadi 

Women in New Professions: The Case of Urban Pakistan   
Atif lkram, Enayat ur Rehman, Khalid Mehmood

 

SECTION 4: HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS AND UNMET NEEDS IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

 

Unmet Need for Family Planning in Pakistan: Levels, Determinants and Reasons
Dr. M. Arshad Mahmood 

Unmet Reproductive Health Needs: A Preliminary Result from Indonesia
Ms. Lola Wagner, Yayasan Mitra Kesehatan dan Kemanusiaan/YMKK

Changing Power Dynamics in Reproductive Health Decisions ­Widening the Gamut of Quality of Care in Pakistan
Dr. Ali Mohammad Mir, Dr. Zeba Ayesha Sathar, Dr. Gul Rasheeda, Mr. Minhaj ul Haq, Dr. S. Zakir Hussain Shah 

Role of Program-Support in Performance of Community-Based Health Workers
Muhammad Shafique Arif, Patrick Ward, Nils Riemenschneider 

Conducting Economic Analysis of Reproductive Health Services in Pakistan
Dr. Nabeel Akram

 

Section 5: HEALTH AND FERTILITY TRANSITION

 

Attainment of Below-Replacement Fertility in Islamic Republic of Iran: Fertility Levels and Trends During 1972-2000
Dr. Mohammad Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi 

A Comparative Analysis of Gain in Life Expectancy by Elimination of Specified Causes of Death in Pakistan
Syed Mubashir Ali, Rizwan ul Haq

 

Section 6:  MEN, FAMILIES AND FAMILY PLANNING

 

Family Planning Counseling: A Neglected Aspect of Quality Care
Sarah Saleem, Fariyal F. Fikree, Iqbal Azam, Neelofar Sami, Shiraz Hashmi 

The Impact of Television Viewing on Family Size, Desires and Family Planning in Pakistan
Dr. Afshan Tahir 

Pakistani Men's Attitude Toward Family Planning and Unwanted Pregnancy: A Case Study Examining Gender Differentials, Karachi
Neelofar Sami, Fariyal F Fikree, Sarah Saleem, Shiraz Hashmi 

Role of Mothers-in-Law in Family Planning
Muhammad Masood Kadir, Amanullah Khan

 

Section 7:  POPULATION GROWTH AND CHALLENGES FOR DEVELOPMENT

 

Population Growth and Economic Development: Test for Casuality  
Dr. Khalid Mushtaq 

Population Growth and Employment Trends in Pakistan    
Dr. Zafar Mueen Nasir, Nuzhat Iqbal

 

SECTION  8: NEW STRATEGIES IN SAFE MOTHERHOOD

 

Community-Based Workers' Role in Safe Motherhood: Implementing a Safe Motherhood IEC Strategy in Karachi
Dr. Neelofar Sami, Dr. Sadiqua Jafarey 

Community-Based Interventions to Reduce Maternal Mortality in Rural Pakistan: Results from the Balochistan Safe Motherhood Initiative (BSMI) Project
Dr. Farid Midhet, Dr. Stan Becker 

A Consensus Model for Making Motherhood Safe and to Decrease Maternal Mortality in Pakistan Over the Next Decade
Dr. Arjumand Faisel 

Maternal and Newborn Care Practices: Formative Research Findings from District Jehlum, Pakistan
Ajeeba K. Aslam, Shereen Rahmat Minhas

 

SECTION 9: POPULATION PRESSURE: MIGRATION ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE DEPLETION

 

Census Data Based Analysis of Population and Environment Issues  
Munir Ahmad, Akhlaq Ahmad 

Districts' Level of Development as Push And Pull Factors in Inter­District Migration in Pakistan
Abu Nasar , Mehtab S. Karim 

Internal Migration in Sindh, Pakistan    
Muhammad Akram 

Population Growth & Livelihood Resources Degradation: A Case Study of Coastal Livelihood Resources
Sikander Brohi

 

SECTION 10: HIV THREAT AND RELATED BEHAVIORS

 

Socially Relevant HIV/AIDS Vulnerability Process and Outcome       
Muhammad Anwar

Consent or Coercion? Gender Based Sexual Violence in Marriage
Shazia Premjee, Shama Mohammed, Diana Braganza, Naveed Khan

Gender Related Social Vulnerabilities to HIV/AIDS in Pakistan           
Dr. Saman Yazdani Khan

Sexual Abuse Among School Children of Islamabad & Rawalpindi­An Illustrative Study
Nauman Safdar, Saima Qadir, Ayesha Muzaffar, Nasira Tasnim, Muhammad Shafique 

Geographic and Social Mapping of Sexual Practices Among Street Children
Dr. Aakhtar Ali, Ms. Phaiza Farooq, Mr. Ihatsham Akram

 

APPENDIXES

 

Appendix A  List of Participants

Appendix B  Conference Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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