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Document Type
Occasional Papers
Country(s)
Pakistan
Language
English
Recommended Citation
Curtis, Sian L., and Fred Arnold. 1994. An Evaluation of the Pakistan DHS Survey Based On The Reinterview Survey. DHS Occasional Papers No. 1. Calverton, Maryland, USA: Macro International.
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OP1

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Abstract:

The aim of this report is to evaluate the reliability of data collected in the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) through an analysis of the reinterview survey. The consistency of reporting of several key variables collected in the Pakistan DHS is examined, in order to identify particular problems that should be addressed in future surveys, as well as to gain an overall insight into the strengths and limitations of the data collected.