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Cambodia demographic and health survey, 2005
  • Published Date:
    December 2006
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Institute of Public Health (Cambodia) ; National Institute of Statistics (Cambodia) ; ORC Macro ; ... More ▼
  • Description:
    We would like to introduce the Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey 2005 that is the second survey of this type conducted successfully in Cambodia. This survey is sponsored by USAID, ADB using a grant from DFID, UNFPA, UNICEF, and CDC/GAP. Technical assistance was provided by ORC Macro. The National Institute of Public Health (NIPH), Directorate General for Health, Ministry of Health, and the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) of the Ministry of Planning, were the project implementation agencies. This main report includes information on demography, family planning, maternal mortality, infant and child mortality, domestic violence, women’s status and health related information such as breastfeeding, antenatal care, children’s immunization, childhood diseases, and HIV/AIDS. The questionnaires (household, man and woman questionnaires) are designed to evaluate the nutritional status of mothers and children and to measure the prevalence of HIV and anemia. The 2005 CDHS findings are expected to be used by policymakers and program managers to evaluate the Cambodian demographic and health status in order to formulate appropriate population and health policies and programs in Cambodia. The programs of reproductive health and child health and health facilities need to be expanded and improved.

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