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Monitoring of Health and Nutrition Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Indicators: A case of estimation of denominators of thirteen 100 million plus countries for the mid-year of 2017

Publication Details

Authors: Manoj Kumra Raut, Daliya Sebastian, Ananta Basudev Sahu
Publication date: May, 2018
Source: International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. Volume 5 (5): 1844-58

Overview

This paper estimates demographic denominators to be used for program monitoring for 2 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, and 169 targets, during inter-censal periods when denominators are not readily available.

For thirteen countries with 100 million plus populations, this paper has utilized the following variables to create an equation: crude birth rate, estimated number of annual births, and estimated number of annual pregnancies.

This study creates a standardized denominator estimation equation to project population data during inter-censal periods.

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Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Monitoring and Evaluation, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Russian Federation, Toolkits, United States of America