3 edition of Reproductive health, unmet needs and poverty found in the catalog.
Reproductive health, unmet needs and poverty
by CICRED (Committee for International Cooperation in National Research in Demographgy) in Paris
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Susana Lerner and Eric Vilquin.|
|Contributions||Lerner, Susana., Vilquin, Eric.|
|LC Classifications||RG133 .R48 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 589 p. :|
|Number of Pages||589|
|LC Control Number||2007475289|
In fact, the evidence of poverty cut across all the levels of unmet social needs as depicted in this study. For example, inability of parents to provide material and financial needs for their children before and during pregnancy, the lack of making balanced food diet available, and inability of government to provide free education to secondary. Women with unmet need are those who are fecund and sexually active but are not using any method of contraception, and report not wanting any more children or wanting to delay the next child. The concept of unmet need points to the gap between women's reproductive .
Westoff, CF and Ochoa LH. Unmet Need and Demand for Family Planning. Demographic and Health Surveys Comparative Studies 5. Columbia, MD: Institute for Resource Development/Macro International Inc. Cleland J, Harbison S and Shah IH. "Unmet Need for Contraception: Issues and Challenges." Studies in Family Planning 45(2): Sexual and reproductive health needs, including psychosocial support services, and protection from gender-based violence, must be prioritized to ensure continuity. We must also assume responsibility for social protection and ensure adolescent health, rights and wellbeing during schools close-down.
In the developing countries millions of women in the reproductive age who don’t use contraceptives prefer to postpone or limit their birth. This indicates their failure to take necessary decision to prevent and avoid unwanted pregnancy. A community-based cross sectional household survey was conducted to investigate unmet need for family planning and associated factors and total demand for. Some of these unmet family planning needs can be addressed by increasing access to contraceptives. social science literature on sexuality and poverty, it .
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This book is a compilation of papers presented at an interregional seminar held in Bangkok in Experts from various disciplines made strong contributions addressing the issues of reproductive health, poverty, unmet needs and access to health services in developing countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Although. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Chapters in this volume originate from papers presented at the Interregional Seminar on "Reproductive Health, Unmet Needs and Poverty: Issues of Access and Quality of Services", Bangkok, Thailand, Novemberin collaboration with the College of Population Studies (CPS), Chulalongkorn University ; organized by.
Introduction. Critical issues surrounding the relationship between -- unmet reproductive health needs and poverty / Susana Lerner Part I. Conceptual and methodological issues -- Performance of alternative approaches for identifying unmet needs and poverty book relatively poor and linkages to reproductive health / Attila Hancioglu Vulnerability towards HIV.
An exploratory survey of couples in Thailand using the life. This book is a compilation of papers presented at an interregional seminar held in Bangkok in Experts from various disciplines made strong contributions addressing the issues of reproductive health, poverty, unmet needs and access to health.
The CICRED is planning an interregional seminar on Reproductive Health, Unmet Needs, and Poverty: Issues of Access and Quality of Services to be held in Bangkok, November Any center in the world working on population is invited to communicate to the CICRED staff a proposition of communication on this theme.
With more women today having an unmet need for contraception than 20 years ago, and reproductive health services, education and poverty alleviation. Reproductive health is a part of sexual and reproductive health and rights. According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), unmet needs for sexual and reproductive health deprive women of the right to make "crucial choices about their own bodies and futures", affecting family welfare.
Unmet needs and poverty book bear and usually nurture children, so their. The World Health Organization (WHO) is building a better future for people everywhere.
Health lays the foundation for vibrant and productive communities, stronger economies, safer nations and a better world. Our work touches lives around the world every day – often in invisible ways.
As the lead health authority within the United Nations (UN) system, we help ensure the safety of the air we. New research paints a devastating picture of the potential effects the novel coronavirus could have on reproductive health around the world, describing a chain reaction of unmet needs.
access to reproductive health is an opportunity for a renewed commitment to further advance the SRH agenda. Based on this global political reaffirmation of the ICPD agenda, reproductive rights are now considered a human right for all people, including universal access to reproductive health.
A global overview of sexual and reproductive health provides reasons for public health, development, and human rights concern.
Improving the situation, alleviating the burden, and addressing the. This is the world we are striving to realize. Our goal is to achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health, realize reproductive rights, and reduce maternal mortality to accelerate progress on the agenda of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), to improve the lives of women, adolescents and youth, enabled by population.
The Guttmacher Institute studies trends in abortion service provision and patient demographics at the state and national level.
By providing crucial data and policy analysis on the characteristics of women seeking abortions, the Institute strives to paint a more comprehensive picture of met and unmet reproductive health needs in the United States, especially among disadvantaged groups.
According to the World Health Organization, the concept of unmet need points to the gap between women’s reproductive intentions and their contraceptive behavior. According to Pakistan Demographic and Health Surveythe prevalence of unmet need for family planning is 21 percent in the country.
The Title X program (of the Public Health Service Act) provides grants for family planning and related preventive health services, including contraception, breast and cervical cancer screening, and HIV and STI services.5 Title X is designed to prioritize the needs of low-income individuals living at or below % of the federal poverty level.
Definition of universal access to reproductive health. Reproductive health is a broad and comprehensive concept, which is defined by the International Conference on Population and Development as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relating to the reproductive system and its functions and processes.
The ability of humanity to reap the benefits of its ingenuity depends on its skill in governance and management, and on strategies for dealing with problems such as widespread poverty, increased numbers of aged persons, inadequate health care and limited educational opportunities for large groups of people, limited capital for investment, environmental degradation in every region of the world.
Adolescents living with HIV face challenges, such as disclosure of HIV status, adherence to antiretroviral therapy, mental health, and sexual and reproductive health (SRH). These challenges affect their future quality of life. However, little evidence is available on their sexual behaviors and SRH needs in Zambia.
This study aimed at assessing their sexual behaviors and SRH needs and. J.C. Cottingham, T.K.S. Ravindran, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health, Definitions.
Sexual and reproductive health was first defined at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), held in Cairo in The term ‘reproductive health’ reflected a sharp departure from previous approaches to the question of how, and to what extent, humans reproduce.
Bhutan is a small landlocked country in the Himalayas between China and India. Poverty reduction has been rapid from about 23 percent in to percent in Gender equality and women's empowerment are important determinants of reproductive health.
Contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) is. These efforts in turn can improve maternal and child health, and contribute to the elimination of poverty. Levels of Unmet Need In 52 developing countries where DHS surveys were conducted between andbetween 8% and 38% of married women aged 15–49 years were found to have an unmet need for contraception—that is, they want to avoid.
While family planning policies have been progressive, Ouagadougou Partnership Coordination Unit's Director, Marie Ba told IPS, "One needs to balance this progress with the prevalent socio-cultural barriers, misconceptions and misinformation around contraception, reproductive rights and health, relatively high unmet contraceptive needs.The story of global health in the last decade is one of staggering inequality.
In poor countries, four out of 1, women will die in childbirth. In Sub-Saharan Africa, one in 13 children will die before their fifth birthday. CARE believes that all people have the right to achieve their best.