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This project is specially put together with the aim of monitoring infant and matality rate through the use of information system, it is believed that at the end of this work, its users would be able to know the importance involved in monitoring birth rate on every born child that is being born in the country, so as to enable the federal ministry of health through the United Nation Children Fund (UNICEF) to actually use effective major in its monitoring process.
In view of this, a careful study and understanding of this research will assist user to know actually that it is through this practice (birth rate monitoring information system ) that it generate quantitative data on the economic activities of children, so that the Nation’s economy is evenly spread and effectively utilized for planning on essential amenities distributed to every individual’s satisfactory.
The research will go further to explain the sources through which data are collected for the act; and also how the exercise enhance in knowing the birthrate of citizen existing in the country, with the work vested solely on the United Nation Children Enugu (UNICEF) and National Population Commission.
Recommendation on how best to organize and bring better birthrate monitored facilities in information system through online system to give more sophisticated approach at the end.
Table of Content
Table Of Content
1.0 Background Of Study
1.2 Statement Of Problem
1.3 Purpose Of Study
1.4 Objective Of Study
1.5 Scope Of The Problem
1.6 Definition Of Terms
2.0 Literature Review
3.0 Overview Of The Existing System
3.1 Description And Analysis Of The Existing System
3.2 Method Of Data Collection
3.2.1 Interview Method
3.2.2 Reference To Written Text
3.3 Input Analysis
3.4 Process Analysis
3.5 Output Analysis
3.6 Problem Of Existing Problem
3.7 Justification Of The New System
4.0 Design Of The New System
4.1 Output Specification And Design
4.2 Input Specification And Design
4.3 File Design
4.4 Procedure Chart
4.5 System Flowchart
4.6 System Requirements
5.1 Program Design
5.2 Program Flowchart
5.4 Source Listing
5.5 Text Run
Chapter One of Design And Implementation Of A On Line Birth Rate Monitoring Information System Project Material starts from here.
1.0 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
In Enugu United Nations children fund (UNICEF) started in 1983 and “A” field office covers 10 states, The “A” field office is one of the four field offices of UNICEF in Nigeria, it was established in 1969 as a way of taking UNICEF and its programs closer to the people.
Some international organizations that worked with developing actions in operating and expanding early childhood service had gone along way I education and care of world’s children and parent these has gone a long way in monitoring the birthrate of children.
On the other hand, from about the three middle 1970’s there have been several types of evidence indicating growing awareness of Childs birth as a problem, this has gone a long way in monitoring birthrate in hospitals and health centres reduction in attitudes favourable to it in the global Network and the formulation of policies and law designed to curb it.
the increasing attention to research on early brain development and on short-and long-term effects of children’s participation in quality early childhood program along with the growing government commitment of lifelong learning in the Education for all conferences (1990,2000) has led to growing interest in early childhood programs and services in counties around the world.
It important in collecting accurate and useful information in about childhood service in persecutor country or region. The guidelines presented forces on two areas of particular concern for policy-makers data collection and system monitoring. To accommodate the needs of both developing and developed Nations we offer a number of different approaches to data collection and monitoring. Provide practical example of data collection methods that can be used t examine courage and quality two areas that are especially important for policy-making decisions. Finally the unique demands of collecting data to be used in cross- national research.
The major type of early childhood services in both developed and developing countries the general information about early childhood policies, indicators, and methods of data collection. The two specific example of early childhood policies, with suggest indicators for these policies and recommended methods of data collection. The next program discusses the special requirements of National data collection if the findings are to be reported cross-nationally.
1.2 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
the factors that influences the course of development with organization and its accomplishment is good to be embraced so as to ensure that adequate majors are taken to monitor birth rate the united Nation children fund (UNICEE) Enugu, till now can not keep track of its registered new born babies accurately but gets its data nod information through National.
Population commission due to the fact that they don’t take birth rate monitoring as a particular sector to monitor, but also emphasis on other aspect concerning children such as their right Education. Lack of sophisticated machine for the purpose rather it uses the old system to monitor work, the negligence has made report to parents and the National population commission.
Although the National Populating commission being represented at the hospital by one of its staff to be manually taking record of event so as to enable the National population commission have on to up-to data records of every newly born baby.
Thus, its necessary for the health institution to introduce on information system that would be used for the recording of event regarding and complication related to pregnancy.
1.3 PURPOSE OF STUDY
the purpose of the study is to design an on line information system that would help to solve all the problems encountered in this health institution while monitoring pregnant parents and development of effective child labour intentions and prisons of important tools of study birthrate.
1.4 OBJECTIVE OF STUDY
the study will be of immense importance health institution through the united Nation children fund (UNICEF) Enugu not only them but other health institution that would want to embank of online birth rate information monitoring system.
The objective can be as follows:-
a) Generation of valid and reliable quantitative data on child labour.
b). serving as a monitor and regulatory on line information system to check the mistake associated with adulterated birth registration.
c). for the development of effective childlabour interventions and provision of important for designing, implementing and monitoring effective policies and programmes on childlabour
d). Increases the scope of the computer application in our health institution.
e). Assist the national population commission in the provision of numbers of newly born babies into the nation.
f). Increases importance to the nation with the objective of keeping track of newly born babies so as to avoid poverty.
g). Making birth registration easy and cheap for the beneficiaries as regards to its manual method.
1.5 SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM
the study of this project was suppose to include birth and death rate of child, that is the registration of death of citizen and that of birth of citizen but for obvious reason, the scope is limited to birthrate monitoring information online system with a case study of united Nation children fund (UNICEF) Enugu.
The survey which had a national coverage, including the 36 states of the federation including the federal capital territory it was design to investigate all aspect of work carried out by children and pregnant mothers.
1.6 DEFINITION OF TERMS
Data: A collection of unorganized facts
De bugging: The process of eliminating error in software or in the system.
Diskette: A small plastic disk coated with a magnetizerable substance and encased in plastic jacket of ten referred to as floppy disk.
End-user: Any person who uses information technology to perform his/her sub.
Field: A basic unit of data usually put of the record located on input output or storage medium
File: collection of related records.
Hard were: physical equipment or trice in a computer system
Information: meanful data or processed data
Input: To access data from an external device and place them into a computer memory
Management: processes by which artain basic function in organization is performed
Menu: display presented by a section of a program that permits the user to control the order of execution of other modules in the program.
Module: In programming a solution component representing a processing function will be carried out by a computer.
On-lines: computer support equipment is currently set up so that it can transmit data to communicate mediation
Surgeon: This is a person that is qualified to be called but specializes on operation of the womb etc.
Assistance: He helps the surgeon in the theater
Book of like: this is a very big book contain information about birth
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