Final Report on Family Planning and Reproductive Health Assessment in Georgia
The overall goal of the assessment was to promote a development of the national policy on family planning in Georgia through provision of updated and reliable information about the family planning/reproductive health (FP/RH) in the country. A panel of experts and a task force was created composing of top specialists in FP/RH in order to elaborate major FP/RH indicators, to design a survey, to develop a questionnaire and to analyze the obtained data. The survey covered 9 regions of Georgia. Face-to-face interviews were conducted from 7/9/96 to 22/9/96. The sample size was 1,440. Two types of questionnaire were used: one for males (~24 min.) and another for females (~39 min). The age for respondents ranged between 14 and 49.