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Discrepancy in population totals for postnatal checkup-India (NFHS 4) [message #21937] Fri, 08 January 2021 22:16 Go to previous message
dgodha
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Registered: November 2016
Location: India
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Hello DHS Experts,

While replicating tables 8.21 and 8.22, my population total estimate is 184,640.62 as opposed to 184,627 in the India DHS 2015-16 report. I have used the following commands.
*Use BR file
/*Generating weights and survey setting*/
gen wt=v005/1000000
svyset [pw=wt], psu(v021) strata(v025)

*PNC for those who delivered in a health facility
	recode s460 (100/202 =1 "pnc within 2 days") (203/305= 2 "pnc 3-41 days") (306/400 = 3 "42 days or more") (900/1000 =9 "dk") (else=0 "no pnc") , gen(pnctime_hf) 

*PNC for those who delivered at home or who had a check after they left the facility
	recode m51  (100/202 =1 "pnc within 2 days") (203/305= 2 "pnc 3-41 days") (306/400 = 3 "42 days or more") (900/1000 =9 "dk") (else=0 "no pnc") , gen(pnctime_home)

*PNC for all women
	gen pnc=pnctime_hf
	replace pnc=pnctime_home if pnc==0
	replace pnc=3 if pnc==0
	lab de pnc 1"PNC within 2 days" 2"PNC 3-41 days" 3"No postnatal check" 9"Don't know"
	lab val pnc pnc

*PNC by health provider 
	gen pncpr=s461
	replace pncpr=m52 if pncpr==.
	replace pncpr=0 if pnc==3
	replace pncpr=99 if pnc==9
	label de pr 0"No postnatal check" 11"Doctor" 12"ANM/Nurse/Mid-wife/LHV" 13"Other health personnel" 21"Dai(TBA)" 22"ASHA" 96"Other" 99"Don't know"
	label val pncpr pr
	tab pncpr
	
****
*Check with Table 8.21
svy:tab pnc if v208>0 & v208~=. & bidx==1,percent
*Check with Table 8.22
svy:tab pncpr if v208>0 & v208~=. & bidx==1,percent

I will request your advice on how to get the exact population total.

Thank you
Deepali


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