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Niger - Multi-sector Demographic Project : restructuring : Main report (English)

The objective of the Multi-sector Demographic Project is to strengthen Government's capacity to address its demographic challenges through: (i) enabling the Ministry of population to design and implement a nationwide multi-sector population program; and (ii) increasing general awareness on population and reproductive health issues. The changes are driven by three main factors: (a) the slow progress in project implementation so far; (b) the imbalance in the design between activities to stimulate demand and those to ensure an increased supply of reproductive health (RH) services; and (c) an overly centralized management of the project, which is characterized by the Ministry of Population, Women's Promotion, and Child Protection's (MOP) tendency until recently to implement the advocacy component by itself rather than through Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs) and other ministries.

Details

  • Document Date

    2011/04/26

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    58302

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    Niger,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2011/05/05

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Main report

  • Keywords

    burden of disease among adolescents;demand for reproductive health services;population and reproductive health;minimum age of marriage;demand for family planning;unmet need for contraception;Information, Education and Communication;minimum age at marriage;economic and financial analysis;community health worker;reproductive health issue;reproductive health problems;rapid population growth;contraceptive prevalence rate;allocation of grant;social marketing program;exchange rate;income generating activity;proportion of woman;Exchange Rates;procurement of equipment;modern contraceptive use;high population growth;high fertility rate;flow of fund;members of parliament;supply of good;approach to population;nurses and midwives;behavior change communication;Population and Development;means of communication;illness and death;status of woman;Sexually Transmitted Infection;relationship between population;reproductive health outcomes;supply of service;family planning information;community based distribution;community level;population issue;advocacy activity;population program;political parties;political party;procurement activities;medical journal;project costing;increased supply;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;Economic Policy;culturally sensitive;empirical evidence;mass media;procurement arrangement;Demographic Transition;rural level;demographic data;unwanted childbearing;gross enrolment;legal text;legal age;religious association;health resource;non-governmental organization;urban people;auditing procedure;national capacity;Birth Spacing;administrative capability;project financing;Public Services;disbursement arrangement;administration service;internal control;social demand;financing requirement;population increase;Maternal Health;productive sector;general awareness;demographic challenge;school enrollment;legal reform;institutional strengthening;reproductive behavior;development partner;strategic framework;fertility decline;Child protection;food crisis;population pressure;social status;project intervention;financing agreement;results framework;government service;Population Policy;generally well;increased demand;project administration;management capacity;project indicator;rural area;short term consultant;public provider;Maternal Mortality;risk analysis;girls schooling;

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Niger - Multi-sector Demographic Project : restructuring : Main report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/647791468289514214/Main-report