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The provisional results of the 2014 Myanmar Census will be released in August 2014. This follows the counting of the population throughout the country in March/April 2014. You may want to know what is happening with the information that was collected, and when you will hear the outcome and results. The Department of Population (DoP) has prepared a set of Questions and Answers that seek to respond to questions that you may have.

                        

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After three decades without a Population and Housing Census, a census enumeration was conducted throughout most of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar from 30 March to 10 April 2014. To vouch for transparency of the census and to better understand the way data were collected, the Department of Population within the Ministry of Immigration and Population (MOIP) put in place an independent Census Observation Mission. United Nations Population Fund and the donor countries were highly supportive of this initiative

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The questionnaire is the main instrument used in census taking and when it is well-designed and used it captures data efficiently and effectively with minimal errors. The questionnaire to be used in the Myanmar census included around 41 questions to capture the socio-demographic reality of Myanmar. 

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Kits typically contain standard hygiene items such as sanitary napkins, hand soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, underwear, among other things, but can include protection items such as radios, whistles, lights, etc. Contents may vary as needs change. 

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This booklet provides a step-by-step overview of the quality checks in place at each of the 14 different stages of the census process.

                        

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This report on the Provisional Results is the first in a series of publications to be released from the 2014 Myanmar Census.

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This booklet is a compilation of questions and answers that were frequently raised during a series of consultations and interactions on data release and dissemination of the 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census

                        

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The State of the World’s Midwifery (SoWMy) 2014 presents findings on midwifery from 73 low and middle- income countries.

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This document outlines the activities of the Myanmar Census Office. 

                        

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This document is a summary of the findings of the Observation Mission. Additional information, not from the Observation Mission, has been included to provide readers with a clearer understanding of information that may need further explanation.

                        

 

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