2 edition of Determinants of family size in rural Sudan found in the catalog.
Determinants of family size in rural Sudan
Atif A. Rahman Saghayroun
by Economic and Social Research Council, National Council for Research in Khartoum, Sudan
Written in English
|Statement||by Atif Abdel Rahman Saghayroun.|
|Series||Bulletin ;, no. 123, Bulletin (Majlis al-Abḥāth al-Iqtiṣādīyah wa-al-Ijtimāʻīyah) ;, no. 123.|
|LC Classifications||HB1071.8.A3 S22 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||87119805|
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Determinants of family size in rural Sudan by Atif A. Rahman Saghayroun Published by Economic and Social Research Council, National Council for Research in Khartoum, : the household economy approach in sudan In the late s, Save the Children Fund (SCF) United Kingdom (UK) in association with the Government of Sudan (GoS) Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) used the HEA in North Darfur for drought assessment and estimation of Determinants of family size in rural Sudan book needs.
Measurement and determinants of rural poverty Household consumption patterns and food poverty in rural Sudan Rashid M. Hassan and Suresh Chandra Babu A logit model and Engel curves are used to study the determinants of food poverty and composition of household consumption among the tenant farmers of the Rahad Scheme in Sudan where land is equally by: Downloadable.
This study examines the determinants of out of pocket (OOP) health expenditures and the factors that associated with the risk of catastrophic health expenditure in Sudan. It also investigates the effect of OOP health expenditure on poverty incidence in the country.
The study uses the National Baseline Household Survey (NBHS) data,for national, urban and rural levels of Cited by: 1. This paper aimed to identify and analyzed the main determinants of poverty in South Sudan prior it secession from Sudan in Primary data were collected using structured household questionnaire.
A sample of households was interviewed in Renk County. Multiple Regression analysis was used for estimating poverty determinants. In France, for example, average household size fell from persons per household in to inat the same time that the total fertility rate fell from to File Size: KB. Each additional increase in household size increases the pro bability of food securi ty by The result contradicts the findings of Abdalla (20 12) in Sudan and Afari () in Ghana.
feature of life in all regions of the world and close to 1 billion live in abject poverty in rural areas of the world, in the developing world, 36 per cent of the total population in more than countries is poor people living in rural areas according to International Fund for Agricultural Development, (IFAD, ).
Source: National Sectoral Report on Women, Agriculture and Rural Development, Mechanism to promote the advancement of woman National Machinery. Sudan does not have a national machinery for the advancement of women. However, a number of WID units have been established in technical ministries.
WID Units or Focal Points in Technical Size: KB. Household Size: 7 people Maternal mortality of perlive births Infant Mortality rates: 75 per live births Polygamy: 41% of all unions have more than 1 wife Rate of Gender Based Violence: 41% HIV Prevalence Rate: % GENDER IN BRIEF South Sudan is the world’s newest country with more than 60 ethnic groups and 80 local languages.
Benin, Samuel, "Economies Of Scale, Household Size, And The Demand For Food: The Missing Link," Annual meeting, AugustNashville, TNAmerican Agricultural Economics Association (New Name Agricultural and Applied Economics Association).Adejobi, A.O.
& Akinola, C.A., "An Analysis of the Effects of Agricultural Output Commercialization on Household. Household economic status As in the case of women, the economic status of a household is also one of the most important determinants of child nutritional status (UNICEF, ).
Comparative studies on child nutrition for more than 15 countries (Sommerfelt et al., ) and some local studies inFile Size: KB. The Determinants of Agricultural Productivity and Rural Household Income in Ethiopia Tessema Urgessa1 Abstract This paper aims at investigating the determinants of agricultural productivity and rural household income in Ethiopia.
Three econometric models namely: Pooled ordinary least square (P OLS), fixed effects (F E) and random effects. Trend and determinants of multidimensional poverty in rural Nigeria Article in Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics 6(5) May with 93 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
8 thE sudan handbook ChERRy LEonaRdi is a Lecturer in African History at Durham University. Her research and publications since have focused on the historical and contemporary role of chiefs in southern Sudan, and related issues of governance, state.
Ebaidalla Mahjoub Ebaidalla - University of Khartoum Mohammed Elhaj Mustafa - University of Kassala ERF Workshop on The Economics of Healthcare in the ERF Regi. South Sudan has one of the highest MMR and neonatal mortality rates (NMR) in the world.
The MMR was estimated to be perlive births inwhile the NMR was about 39 per live births in the same year [7,8].These figures are probably higher in rural areas and those involved in the civil war .The South Sudan Demographic Household survey in report showed that only 12% of Author: Justin Bruno Tongun, David Mukunya, Thorkild Tylleskar, Mohamedi Boy Sebit, James K Tumwine, Grace N.
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World Development, Vol. 19, No. 7, pp.Printed in Great Britain. X/91$ + Pergamon Press plc The Nature and Determinants of Socioeconomic Inequality Among Peasant Households in Southern Sudan WILLIAM J.
HOUSE* International Labor Organization, Lilongwe, Malawi by: 9. Background: Nearly all (99%) of maternal death occur in the developing countries. However, family planning (FP) could prevent as many as one in every three maternal deaths by allowing women to delay motherhood, space birth, avoid unintended pregnancies and abortion and stop childbearing when they reached their desired family size.
Objective: To assess utilization of family. Although research has shown that poor people in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), including those living in rural areas save, little is known about the factors that influence saving and asset accumulation among this population.
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