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January 17, 2006

Liberia Demographic and Health Survey, 1999/2000

Liberia. Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs. ; University of Liberia. ; United Nations Population Fund.

Liberia demographic and health survey, 1999/2000[Monrovia] : Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs, 2000

4 volumes. Contents: v. 1 Statistical tables--v.2 Summary report, graphs and maps--v.3 Main analytical report--v.4 Statistical database.

Volume One includes statistics on household age, sex, education level, martial status, religious affiliation, tribal affiliation, employment and occupational status, population by county, household composition, orphans, people with disabilities, home ownership status, home physical conditions, information sources (radio, newspapers, other people), community development participation, access to transportation, water, sanitation. Education level, school type, health care, income and food sources, food types consumed. Home, land, property ownership. Deaths (including maternal related), marital status, type of marriage. Maternal and child health. Contraception (knowledge, attitudes, practice). Sexual behavior and HIV / AIDS. Decision-making in the household. Fertility and fertility preferences. Female circumcision. Rape. Adolescent behavior (school attendance, school expenses, contraception, abortion, drug use, etc.) Gender issues. Participation in credit associations. Time use (in employment, sleep, etc.) Migration.

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January 13, 2006

Namibia 2001 Population and Housing Census

Namibia. Central Bureau of Statistics
2001 population and housing census : basic analysis with highlights.

Windhoek : Central Bureau of Statistics, National Planning Commission

There is a Preliminary Report (Pub. 2002), a National Report (Pub. 2003), and a report for each Region.

The Region reports contain -

Population (rural, urban), age composition, marital status, citizenship, languages spoken at home, literacy, education, employment (by sex, occupation, by industry, by education), housing conditions (water, electricity, construction materials, energy sources, sanitation, etc.), fertility, infant death rate, life expectancy, orphans, disabled, household size, access to TV, radio, newspapers, telephones, computers, and much more information. Has graphs, tables, maps.

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