3 edition of Research in family planning in India found in the catalog.
Research in family planning in India
K. G. Krishna Murthy
|Statement||by K. G. Krishna Murthy.|
|Contributions||Central Family Planning Institute. Social Research Division.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.I5 K7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 108 p.|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||sa 68012154|
The Government of India set up the Planning C ommission in to prepare a plan for the m ost effective and balanced utilization of the country’s resources. In all plan periods, health had a. It’s useful to place China’s s family planning policy in the context of its time, when global concerns about population growth were especially high. At that time, countries like India, Bangladesh, and Indonesia also had family planning programs with significant elements of coercion. 1 On the one side, China was a largely isolated.
This issue of the journal seeks to accelerate interest in research on family planning services and uptake, and behavioral and population outcomes, by sharing findings from studies recently conducted on the continent and presented at the International Family Planning Conference held in Kampala, Uganda, between November 15 From to , the Indian economy was premised on the concept of was carried through the Five-Year Plans, developed, executed, and monitored by the Planning Commission () and the NITI Aayog (). With the prime minister as the ex-officio chairman, the commission has a nominated deputy chairman, who holds the rank of a cabinet minister.
A farcical novel about a lack of family planning in all senses, “Family Planning” tells the story of a New Delhi boy trying to start a band while navigating the complications of his huge family. Or maybe it’s the story of a half-deaf politician trying to lead two lives while keeping his Reviews: India is the second most populous country in the world, contributing to % of the global population. In , it became the first country in the developing world to introduce a national family planning program to lower fertility and stabilize population growth.
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Research in family planning in India. Delhi, Sterling Publishers  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K G Krishna Murthy; Central Family Planning Institute (India).
Social Research Division. This book closely examines the changes, challenges and shifts in India’s family planning programme since its inception in Research in family planning in India book by: 3. A compendium of successful case studies of Family Planning implementation in India This is the first book on innovations in family planning service delivery in the country which is of particular contemporary relevance, both nationally and features innovative case studies of family planning from India which have demonstrated impact and are sustainable and : Jay Satia.
This book critically discusses and evaluates the various interventions undertaken so far and the reasons for success and failure. It also synthesizes current research studies in India, identifies gaps and presents a research agenda to bridge this gap and accelerate progress towards improving quality of care in family planning.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rao, Kamala Gopal. Studies in family planning, India. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, (OCoLC) Family planning in India 1 Family planning in India Map of countries by fertility rate: India's fertility rate is lower than some countries in its neighborhood, but significantly higher than China and Iran Family planning in India is based on efforts largely sponsored by the Indian government.
In the The Future of Family Planning in India. Donate Now Donate. Since gaining independence inIndia’s government has searched for strategies to keep its population small—India is the first country in the world to have a government family planning program.
These population control efforts have been riddled with controversy, from forced male. Clearly, Americans had to have been practicing family planning.
Over the course of the 19th century, contraception was discussed in wider circles in America than ever before. Puritan ideas did not disappear, but other ideas gradually surfaced.
By mid-century, pamphlets and books on contraception had been published and were widely available. View Family Planning Research Papers on for free.
Recent research in the Pacific. The most recent research we have completed includes: Planem Gud Famili Blong Yumi: Knowledge, Access and Barriers to Family Planning in Rural Vanuatu (PDF) Family Planning in South Tarawa, Kiribati: Usage and Barriers (PDF) Investment in Family Planning in Kiribati: A Cost-Benefit Analysis (PDF).
ii Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers How to Obtain More Copies The Knowledge for Health Project at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs offers copies of Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers free of charge to readers in developing others.
Favourable policy environment to meet high unmet need for contraception. An estimate done by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India, states that if the current unmet need for family planning is met over the next five years, India could avert maternal deaths and 12 lakh infant deaths safe abortion services could be ensured along with increase in family.
Family Planning / Family Welfare Programme (FWP) by the Government in India This is a centrally sponsored programme, for which % help is.
India’s FP goals aim to drive access, choice, and quality of family planning services. Since first making an FP commitment inIndia has continued its efforts to expand the range and reach of contraceptive options through rolling out new contraceptives and delivering a full range of family planning services at all levels.
Components of family-planning programme. Information, awareness, education and communication activities, Contraceptives: Supply and Service, Research, Training of field personnel, and; Administrative infrastructure.
Barriers to Family Planning in India. Fatalism and religious beliefs which places emphasis on the need to have children in India. The 5th International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) from October will convene some high-level policy-makers, scientists, researchers, programme managers, civic leaders, youth, and diverse organisations from over countries around the world to share their best research and practices and to use their knowledge to expand access to family planning services.
HMIS (India), und Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (India). "Adopters of family planning across India from April to Junebased on methods of. Research in Family Planning on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Research in Family PlanningManufacturer: Princeton University Press. 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.
Family Planning Changing Scenario Family planning has been and remains the basis of population policy in India irrespective of whether the emphasis has been on the reduction in the birth rate or on improving the health, especially of women and children.8 However, approaches adopted to promote family planning were changed frequently.
services, such as Family Planning ,1 which focuses on 69 of the world’s poorest countries, and Every Woman Every Child, which has a broader strategy of accelerating improvements in the.Factors Affecting Source of Family Planning Services in India, by P. S. Nair, Griffith Feeney, Vinod K.
Mishra, and Robert D. Retherford. NFHS Subject Report No. 13 (). Reasons for Discontinuing and not Intending to Use Contraception in India, by Vinod K. Family planning is a major health issue in India, the world’s second most populous country. Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine describe a novel program that involves increased male engagement and gender-equity counseling to measurably improve contraceptive practices and reduced marital sexual violence.