Lebanon 1996: Results from the Lebanon Maternal and Child Health Survey

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Authors: Hala Naufal and Mary Deeb
Date: June 2001
From: Studies in Family Planning(Vol. 32, Issue 2)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Document Type: Article
Length: 376 words
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Introduction

The Lebanon Maternal and Child Health Survey (LMCHS--1996) was conducted by the Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs within the framework of the Pan Arab Project for Child Development (PAPCHILD)/League of Arab States (LAS). [1]

Data from the nationally representative LMCHS--1996 were collected from 4,600 households, and complete interviews were carried out among 3,000 ever-married women aged 15-50. The interviews took place between January and March 1996.

The summary statistics presented below were compiled and tabulated from the raw data.

Lebanon is the last Arab country to...

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Naufal, Hala, and Mary Deeb. "Lebanon 1996: Results from the Lebanon Maternal and Child Health Survey." Studies in Family Planning, vol. 32, no. 2, 2001, p. 175. Accessed 4 Apr. 2020.
  

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