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Urban Family Health Partnership (UFHP) Evaluation Survey (2001)

The UFHP evaluation survey had two principal objectives: a) to monitor changes in the USAID’s National Integrated Population and Health Program (NIPHP) Results Framework indicators for urban areas since the baseline survey in 1998 and b) to provide data on individual behavior and health outcomes and to link these data with characteristics of the service-supply environment in order to conduct an evaluation of the UFHP program. The data were collected from a sample of 5,800 respondents. 


The evaluation project was commissioned by MEASURE EVALUATION Project, Carolina Population Center, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA and funded by the USAID.


The survey was commissioned by MACRO International Inc., USA and funded by the USAID.


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