3 edition of Policies affecting fertility and contraceptive use found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -82).
|Series||World Bank discussion paper,, 259., Africa Technical Department series, World Bank discussion papers ;, 259., World Bank discussion papers.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.A357 S38 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||94029410|
through use of modern contraceptive methods. One of the seven specific policies presented in the statement declares: Recognizing the crucial importance of a wide understanding of the deleterious effects of unlimited population growth and of the means by which couples can safely and effec-tively control their fertility, the Government. When counseling couples who stop contraception and want to have a child, aging and other factors affecting the fertility of the woman and the man need to be considered. The return of fertility after injectable contraceptives are stopped usually takes longer than with most other methods (see Progestin- Only Injectables, Questions 7 and 8, and. Fertility After Oral Contraceptives. Fertility After Oral Contraceptives. Birth control pills are a popular choice of contraception for women wishing to delay pregnancy. As such, many women who are now trying to conceive have recently discontinued oral contraceptives.
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Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan Countries (World Bank Discussion Paper) [Scribner, Susan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan Countries (World Bank Discussion Paper)Cited by: 8.
For contraceptive use to rise and fertility to decline, the demand for children must also fall. This paper assesses government policies in four Policies affecting fertility and contraceptive use book that will lower fertility and raise contraceptive use - girls schooling, child health, women's legal status, and family planning services.
Policies affecting fertility and contraceptive use: an assessment of twelve sub-Saharan countries. This book discusses current trends in contraceptive use, socioeconomic and program variables that affect the demand for and supply of children, and the relationship of increased contraceptive use to recent fertility declines.
Factors Affecting Contraceptive Use in Sub-Saharan Africa. To concentrate primarily on cultural and socioeconomic barriers as a main reason for low contraceptive prevalence in the African region belies the fact that small, well-managed projects and programs throughout the subcontinent have been achieving prevalence rates of 20 percent or more in recent yearsPrograms influence prevalence in two ways: They meet existing demand and stimulate.
The objective of this paper is to analyze if fertility rates in countries are reduced due to government policies, specifically, direct support towards the use of birth control methods for women.
Contraceptive use confers significant health benefits through reductions in unwanted and high-risk pregnancies, maternal and infant morbidity and mortality, unsafe abortions, and medical therapy. These benefits are so significant that universal access to contraception.
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Only in regions in the higher use countries does contraceptive use play a more important role in inhibiting fertility than postpartum nonsusceptibility.
If no additional declines in the period of postpartum nonsusceptibility oc- cur, future increases in contraceptive use should directly result in lower fertility.
Key policies, including comprehensive family life education, access to contraceptive care, and youth development, have resulted in delays in sexual debut, improved contraceptive use, and have. The results suggest that the limited levels of female schooling (and probably other factors affecting women ' s opportunity cost of time) are constraining contraceptive use, especially in rural areas.
Policies to raise female schooling will raise contraceptive use and lower fertility, holding constant the characteristics of services. 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 presented here combine modern Cited by: This decline was attributed to increased contraceptive use among women aged between 15 and 49 years (Republic of Kenya, ).
On the other hand, the contraceptive prevalence rate increased rapidly from percent in to 39 percent in The sustained increase in the use of family planning services was a major factor in fertility.
Fertility factors are determinants of the number of children that an individual is likely to ity factors are mostly positive or negative correlations without certain causations. Factors generally associated with increased fertility include the intention to have children, very high gender equality, religiosity, inter-generational transmission of values, marriage and war, maternal.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. Your use of this • Give examples of population policies affecting fertility, mortality and migration. Learning Objectives provide contraceptive assistance to nations that request it;File Size: 98KB.
Fertility rates is calculated for specific age groups to see differences in fertility behavior at different ages or for comparison over time.
Age specific fertility rate (ASFR) is a measure of the number of children born to each age group, in relation to the number of woman in that age group Seven age groups are conventionally used across the.
In studies on family planning in the world, differentiation in attitudes, behaviors and the use of contraceptive methods largely lead to change in fertility. Biological, psychosocial, cultural factors determining fertility and factors affecting choice and use with birth control instrument are evaluated together in the regulation of fertility Author: Nazli Sensoy, Yasemin Korkut, Selcuk Akturan, Mehmet Yilmaz, Canan Tuz, Bilge Tuncel.
Some Causes of Fertility Rate Movements - 1 - Some Causes of Fertility Rates Movements Claire Norville Rocio Gomez Robert L. Brown ABSTRACT Fertility patterns are different between countries and over time. Many different factors can affect the fertility rate.
This paper will discuss the different factors that have an effect on the fertility Size: KB. female education, contraceptive use, and fertility in Uganda.
Additionally, we document other socioeconomic and demographic factors influencing contraceptive use and fertility in Uganda. Our findings provide a rich body of recommendations that can be used for policy formulation, analysis, and advocacy in an attempt to.
Fertility awareness-based (FAB) methods of family planning involve identifying the fertile days of the menstrual cycle, whether by observing fertility signs such as cervical secretions and basal body temperature or by monitoring cycle days ().FAB methods can be used in combination with abstinence or barrier methods during the fertile time.
Downloadable. Over the past four decades, fertility rates have fallen dramatically in most middle- and low-income countries around the world. To analyze these developments, we study a quantitative model of endogenous human capital and fertility choice, augmented to allow for social norms over the number of children.
The model enables us to gauge the role of human capital accumulation on the Author: Tiloka de Silva, Silvana Tenreyro. The Guttmacher Institute monitors and analyzes legislation, regulation and judicial action related to state policy developments on access to contraception and related services.
This effort is used to prepare monthly updates on new policy developments and the status of state laws and policies. (oral contraceptive pills, injectable hormones, and oth-Case 13 Reducing Fertility in Bangladesh Geographic area: Bangladesh Health condition: in the mid- s, a Bangladeshi woman had more than six children on average.
in com-bination with poor nutrition and lack of access to quality health services, this high fertility rate jeopardizedFile Size: KB. The main objective is to examine how the Paraguayan laws, policies and regulations (hereafter referred to as normative guidance) specifically address adolescents and their contraceptive information and service needs using a human rights analytic framework.
It must be noted that this paper examines the adolescent content of national laws, policies and regulations on contraception, not how Author: Kathya Cordova-Pozo, Sarah Borg, Andrea J.
Hoopes, Alma Virginia Camacho-Hubner, Fanny Corrales-Ríos. If you want to become pregnant in the next 12 to 18 months I advise you to use a different method of contraception. The impact of STI’s on fertility.
It is important to realise that even though contraceptive use does not permanently affect fertility, certain sexually transmitted infections can. The two key variables for this analysis are contraceptive use and fertility preferences.
Contraceptive use has two categories: use at the time of the survey and nonuse. For most countries, the list of contraceptive methods was not identical in the WFS and DHS, but the differences appear to be too slight to have an impact on the results.
using genetic advances to identify novel contraceptive leads, increasing efforts to develop acceptable male contraceptives, conducting research on male reproductive behaviors, identifying new strategies for improving contraceptive use, and increasing knowledge of healthy sexuality.
• The objective of progressing toward desired levels of fertility. Determinants of modern contraceptive use among sexually active men in Ethiopia; using EDHS national survey. Recently, the focus of family planning programs has changed from female oriented to men oriented, or both partner oriented to have effective outcomes.
reproductive health and gender • Know the targets of reproductive health 1. Definition and introduction 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 related to the reproductive system and to its functions and process”.File Size: 1MB.
Fertility. Fertility is the area in which measures are probably most numerous, a result of the complexity of the phenomenon: births are repeatable events, they can occur to women inside and outside of marital or cohabiting unions, their order in a birth history can be of significance, and they can be associated with several dimensions of personal time—age, union duration, duration since.
Fertility levels Contraceptive use and sexual behaviour patterns Factors influencing contraceptive use Providers of contraceptive services Quality of care International and national context International agreements and charters The Constitution, national legislation and policies Chapter 2 POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR THE PROVISION AND USEOFCONTRACEPTIONFile Size: KB.
Read Let Every Child Be Wanted How Social Marketing Is Revolutionizing Contraceptive Use Ebook Free. Madou Mc Contraceptive Use Drives Down Teen Pregnancy. Wochit. Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan.
PDF WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria Wheel for Contraceptive Use PDF Book. 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. The fertility rate was births per woman in more developed regions, in less developed and in the least developed regions of the world.
Fertility has decreased dramatically since the s, in part due to increased contraceptive use. FACTORS AFFECTING CONTRACEPTIVE USE IN GHANA - Volume 29 Issue 2 - E. TAWIAH Inequality in fertility rate and modern contraceptive use among Ghanaian women from – International Journal for Equity in Health, Vol.
12, Issue. 1, p. please select one or more formats and confirm that you agree to abide by our usage policies. If Cited by: Birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, is a method or device used to prevent pregnancy. Birth control has been used since ancient times, but effective and safe methods of birth control only became available in the 20th century.
Planning, making available, and using birth control is called family planning. Some cultures limit or discourage access to birth control MeSH: D Subsidized Contraception, Fertility, and Sexual Behavior Melissa S. Kearney, Phillip B. Levine. NBER Working Paper No.
Issued in April NBER Program(s):Children, Health Economics, Labor Studies, Public Economics This paper examines the impact of recent state-level Medicaid policy changes that expanded eligibility for family planning services to higher income women and to Medicaid.
This handbook offers sound, up-to-date, practical information and advice about the complete spectrum of approaches to contraception and reproductive sexual health.
It gives detailed explanation of all contraceptive methods, including how to use them, contra-indications, interactions and the anxieties clients may have/5(7). Rates of unwanted births and unmet demand for contraception remain high in many countries where men report larger ideal family sizes than their wives.
Researchers used an evaluation that varied whether women were given access to contraceptives alone or with their husbands to examine the effect of male involvement in family planning on fertility outcomes.
Abstract. BACKGROUND: The effects of contraception on subsequent fecundity are yet to be substantiated. METHODS: A total of consecutive pregnant women in Hull and Sheffield completed questionnaires inquiring about time to pregnancy (TTP), contraceptive use, pregnancy planning, previous pregnancies, age and lifestyle characteristics of each by: National Contraception and Fertility Planning Policy and Service Delivery Guidelines Department of Health Now, more than ever, the successful implementation of this policy is of critical importance.
We urgently need to deal more effectively with the challenges facing our country in terms of unacceptablyFile Size: 1MB.justify investigating whether any unique factors affect contraceptive use for married women age compared with factors affecting married women age In Uganda, women get married when they are still young, and therefore most births are expected culturally to be within a marriage setting.