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manual for surveys of fertility and family planning: knowledge, attitudes, and practice.
Population Council. Demographic Division.
in [New York
Written in English
Undertaken under a contract with the United States Agency for International Development through its Population Service.
|Contributions||Caldwell, John C., United States. Agency for International Development. Population Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
Most common source of knowledge for mother in general was the usage of oral pill (%), IUCD (%). Injection (% and % as traditional methods respectively of interviewed couples (Figure 2).Completion of family was found to be the most common reason for using contraception (%) and fertility related reasons (%) followed by husband’s opposition (%) were the Author: J. Nagamala, P. Muthulakshmi, M. Kayalvizhi. Natural family planning methods provide a unique option for committed couples. Advantages include the lack of medical adverse effects and Cited by:
Army barracks in Nigeria have low contraceptive prevalence rates (CPRs) and many children per family. The aim of this interventional study, involving married women, is to determine the impact of health education on family planning knowledge, attitudes, and practices among married barrack women. A survey on the intentions and attitudes towards oocyte cryopreservation for non-medical reasons among women of reproductive age Although embryo cryopreservation is considered part of the standard practice for fertility preservation, A first LCA was performed based on the views and attitude towards family planning and maternal age, and Cited by:
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Manual for surveys of fertility and family planning: knowledge. Family planning (FP) is defined as a way of thinking and living that is adopted voluntary upon the bases of knowledge, attitude, and responsible decisions by individuals and couples .Family planning refers to a conscious effort by a couple to limit or space the number of children they have through the use of contraceptive methods .Author: Ayele Semachew Kasa, Mulu Tarekegn, Nebyat Embiale.
Manual for surveys of fertility and family planning. New York: Population Council ; Bridgeport, Conn.: distributed for the Population Council by Key Book Service,printing (OCoLC) A survey of married women living in rural areas of Sarawak showed that 86% of them of had knowledge of family planning and 85% expressed a favourable attitude towards it.
Of the total sample, 46% were using some form of contraception; the pill was the most popular method and was used by 76% of the women practising : C.K.
Lam. The Fourth National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4) is a nationally representative household survey that measures a wide range of indicators relating to fertility, family planning, and maternal and child health, as well as knowledge, attitudes and behaviour around HIV/AIDSand the prevalence of HIV.
This paper presents the findings of a qualitative assessment aimed at exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding family planning and factors that influence the need for and use of modern contraceptives.
A descriptive exploratory study was conducted with married women and men aged between 15 and Overall, 24 focus group discussions were conducted with male and female Cited by: Attitudes of Pakistan, the family planning program is not yet as successful as in some neighbouring countries.
The present study aimed to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning methods to enhance the contraceptive practice in the rural community in future.
Results showed that the knowledge for contraception was 81% as. Fertility-awareness knowledge and practice. Although more than half (%) of the respondents believed they were often aware (%) or sometimes aware (%) of the ‘fertile period’, only % were graded as having high fertility awareness.
Most respondents had no (%) or poor (%) knowledge of fertility awareness. Facts for Family Planning 61 CHAPTER 7: Family Planning methods 7 Women who are taking progestin-only pill may experience irregular light bleeding and spotting.
This is not harmful, although may be inconvenient for some women. All oral contraceptives. There is no delay in returning to fertility after a. Abstract. A total of 62 countries comprising about 40 per cent of the world’s population participated in the World Fertility Survey (WFS).
The WFS is thus by far the most ambitious project ever undertaken by ISI and probably the largest social survey ever by: 3. the quality of family planning services and maximize people’s access to them. It can help family planning providers to assist clients choosing a family planning method, to support effective use, and to solve clients’ problems.
Managers and trainers can use this book, too. While this handbook covers many topics, 4 overall themes emerge: 1. Title(s): A manual for surveys of fertility and family planning: knowledge, attitudes, and practice. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [New York, ] Description: 1 v.
(various pagings) illus. Language: English MeSH: Family Planning Services*; Fertility*; Sampling Studies* Notes: Undertaken under a contract with the United. The seminar “Poverty, fertility, family planning” was organized by CICRED and IISUNAM in Mexico City from 2nd to 4th June It gathered together participants from research centres in Africa, Asia, America, Eastern and Western Europe, selected on the basis of an-swers to a survey on research projects on these topics, conducted by.
attitudes that support family planning use. Inequitable gender norms hinder family planning. Women are often not valued as equal partners in a relationship, yet contraceptive use is seen as a woman’s responsibility.
Meanwhile, men are not usually targeted for family planning services and information, yet they are often the Size: KB. Reproductive health is defined as” A state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relatedFile Size: 1MB.
The Kenya Demographic and Health Survey ( KDHS) was implemented by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics from May to October in partnership with the Ministry of Health, the National AIDS Control Council (NACC), the National Council for Population and Development (NCPD), and the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI).
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.
File Size: 1MB. Potentially modifiable factors can affect male fertility and reproductive outcomes, including smoking, obesity, and older paternal age.
This study surveyed GPs’ knowledge about, attitudes towards, and needs for promoting fertility and preconception health to male patients. The survey, conducted February to June and completed by GPs, included questions relating to men’s Author: Kirsten Hogg, Taletha Rizio, Ramesh Manocha, Robert I.
McLachlan, Karin Hammarberg. To date, studies investigating women’s knowledge of reproductive health, particularly with respect to fertility and conception, are generally limited to international settings (2 x 2 Lampic, C., Svanberg, A.S., Karlstrom, P., and Tyden, T.
Fertility awareness, intentions concerning childbearing, and attitudes towards parenthood among female Cited by: A Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) survey is a quantitative method (predefined questions formatted in standardized questionnaires) that provides access to quantitative and qualitative information.
KAP surveys reveal misconceptions or misunderstandings that may represent obstacles to the activities that we would like to implement and potential barriers to behavior change.
Note that a KAP. [A manual for surveys of fertility and family planning: knowledge, attitudes and practice]\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" The Population Council. New York. New York. Division d\u00E9mographique. Family planning. Table 3 shows family planning knowledge, attitude and practice variables stratified by gender.
Family planning as a concept could be explained by most study participants (male 66%, female 88%, p Cited by: Goal. Improve pregnancy planning and spacing, and prevent unintended pregnancy.
Overview. Family planning is one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.1 The availability of family planning services allows individuals to achieve desired birth spacing and family size, and contributes to improved health outcomes for infants, children, women, and families.1, 2, 3.Family Planning (20) family planning (3) Family Planning Services (11) Fertility (51) fertility (18) health behavior (7) Health Behavior (5) Health Care Surveys (2) Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice .