7 edition of Socio-cultural factors in modern family planning methods in Tanzania found in the catalog.
|Series||Studies in African health & medicine ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.T34 O43 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 201 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||88009352|
Family planning in India is based on efforts largely sponsored by the Indian –, contraceptive usage has more than tripled (from 13% of married women in to 48% in ) and the fertility rate has more than halved (from in to in ), but the national fertility rate in absolute numbers remains high, causing concern for long-term . 1) Capital Formation: The strategic role of capital in raising the level of production has traditionally been acknowledged in economics. It is now universally admitted that a country which wants to accelerate the pace of growth, has m choice but to save a high ratio-of its income, with the objective of raising the level of investment.
"In using modern methods, one has to go to UMATI [Family Planning Association of Tanzania] and many people will know, while in using local herbs it's one's own secret." (Female in 15–19 years age group, Tanzania, page 10). Social factors affecting education The school curriculum may be thought of as a map or chart of organized knowledge and experience, through whose systematic study the student is expected to learn and to apply that learning in life situation.
based factors that affect students’ performance in Mathematics in secondary schools, socio-cultural factors that affect them and their personal factors that affect performance in Mathematics, and established the strategies that can be adopted to improve performance in Mathematics. Descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. Most of these contraceptive users rely on modern method (10%), 5% use traditional methods. Injectables (3%), male condoms (2%), and the pill (2%) are the most common used modern methods. Other modern methods are used by 1% of women or less and 3% of currently married women use withdrawal as a method of contraception (NDHS, ).
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Socio-Cultural Factors in Modern Family Planning Methods in Tanzania (STUDIES IN AFRICAN HEALTH AND MEDICINE) [Omari, C. K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Socio-Cultural Factors in Modern Family Planning Methods in Tanzania (STUDIES IN AFRICAN HEALTH AND MEDICINE)Author: C.
Omari. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Omari, Cuthbert K. Socio-cultural factors in modern family planning methods in Tanzania.
Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, © IDENTIFYING FACTORS OF INFLUENCE ON FAMILY PLANNING PRACTICES AMONG RURAL HAITIAN WOMEN. Elizabeth J. Mason. BS of Health Science, Slippery Rock University, Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of.
Graduate School Of Public Health in partial fulfillment. of the requirements for the degree of. Master of Public Health. University of. The Effects of Socio-Cultural Factors on the Performance of Women Small and Medium Enterprises in Tanzania Authors: Maziku, Petro 1, Majenga, Annastazia 2.
Author(s): Omari,Cuthbert K Title(s): Socio-cultural factors in modern family planning methods in Tanzania/ C.K. Omari. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Lewiston:. The study found that socio-cultural factors may directly cause maternal death through harmful traditional practices like the administration of toxic substances to pregnant women in.
Family planning (FP) is one of the high impact public health interventions with huge potential to enhance the health and wellbeing of women and children. Yet, despite the steady progress made towards expanding access to family planning, major disparities across different regions exist in Kenya.
This study explored the socio cultural factors influencing FP use among two Muslim. In the present study % are using modern contraceptive but a study conducted in Family planning World Health Organization inthe use of modern contraception has risen steadily to 54 % and in Africa 20 %, According to Bangladesh’s Family Planning success in Bangladesh nearly 50% of all married women of reproductive age use a modern.
the socio cultural factors influencing FP use among two Muslim communities in Kenya. Methods: A qualitative study involving Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and In-depth Interviews (IDIs) was conducted (from July to October ) in two predominant Muslim communities of.
The revitalization of family planning investments can be attributed in part to advocacy efforts such as the London Summit, from which emerged the goal of million additional modern contraceptive users by (Brown et al. With the primary components of political interest, development and health resource commitments, and family Cited by: Objective 4: Access to family planning services Adolescents have access to services at a time, convenient for them.
Objective 3: Agency to use family planning. Not only do adolescents wish to use family planning methods to avoid, delay, space, or limit births, but. make decisions regarding their Size: 1MB. Modern methods. Modern methods of family planning include birth control, assisted reproductive technology and family planning programs.
In regard to the use of modern methods of contraception, The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) says that, “Contraceptives prevent unintended pregnancies, reduce the number of abortions, and lower the incidence of death.
Nigeria’s commitments include training frontline health workers to deliver a range of contraceptives and action to improve equity and access to family planning for the poorest. The government of Nigeria will partner with the private sector, civil society, traditional and religious institutions and development partners.
associative factors are: students’ attitudes, knowledge, residence, religion status, economic factors, availability and accessibility of modern contraceptives, number of births and others university students socio-cultural practices.
Predictive factors since (p-values (p). of this figure. This study is an exploratory one. It therefore focuses on socio-cultural factors affecting pregnancy outcome among the Ogu speaking people of Badagry area of Lagos State, Nigeria. Triangulation method was used for data collection.
A multi-stage sampling procedure was adopted to select respondents. WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AND FAMILY PLANNING: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE - Volume 49 Issue 6 - Ndola Prata, Ashley Fraser, Megan J.
Huchko, Jessica D. Gipson, Mellissa Withers, Shayna Lewis, Erica J. Ciaraldi, Ushma D. UpadhyayCited by: Out of total respondents, (%) have ever used modern contraceptive methods and the mean duration of use were months with SD of months.
Three hundred twenty three (%) respondents were using modern family planning methods of which injectables (%) were the most used family planning method (Figure 5).Cited by: Nonetheless, some sub‐Saharan countries have experienced rapid uptake of contraceptive methods and subsequent fertility declines.
As illustrated in Table 1, several countries (e.g., Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Rwanda, and Zimbabwe as well as countries in Southern Africa) have led successful family planning programs.(Contraceptive prevalence data Cited by: Community of trust might also be regarded as a goal in the planning of new localities.
In a recent article, Sandercock ( ) described the history of planning as an “attempt to manage fear in the city,” and Jabareen () suggests that planning has Cited by: Most malaria risk reduction strategies are firmly embedded in biomedical practices and public health perspectives. National and international programmes to ‘control’ malaria are particularly characterised by the promotion of public health interventions which converge on the disease vector, the malaria mosquito, notably through the use of indoor household spraying with Cited by:.
Adolescent-friendly health programs have been in place in Nepal sinceyet uptake of the services for sexual and reproductive health remains suboptimal. For uptake of these services to improve, a rich understanding is needed of the factors impacting their acceptance and utilization from the perspectives of adolescents, health care staff, and key community by: 1.Seeking to define the ways various cultures view pregnancy, miscarriage, and abortion, this multidisciplinary collection of essays seeks to illustrate how these views influence policy decisions and practices regarding abortion around the world.
Putting questions of pro-life and pro-choice aside, the contributors provide demographic coverage of the issues involved and contextualize .Family Planning Costed Implementation Program (NFPCIP), in order to “reposition and reinvigorate access to and use of family planning services in Tanzania”.
This program set an aggressive target of reaching a contraceptive prevalence of 60 percent by To achieve this goal, over five million women must initiate use of contraceptive methods.