Unmet need for family planning in Uttar Pradesh

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International Institute for Population Sciences, East-West Center Program on Population , Mumbai, Honolugu, Hawaii
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StatementD. Radha Devi, S.R. Rastogi, and Robert D. Retherford.
SeriesNational family health survey subject reports,, no. 1
ContributionsRastogi, Sita Ram., Retherford, Robert D., International Institute for Population Sciences., Program on Population (East-West Center)
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LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.U55 R33 1996
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Open LibraryOL325993M
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Unmet Need for Family Planning in Uttar Pradesh D. Radha Devi, S. Rastogi, and Robert D. Retherford National Family Health Survey Subject Reports Number 1 • May International Institute for Population Sciences Mumbai, India East-West Center Program on. Get this from a library.

Unmet need for family planning in Uttar Pradesh. [D Radha Devi; Sita Ram Rastogi; Robert D Retherford; International Institute for Population Sciences.; Program on Population (East-West Center)] -- A biography of the Sioux chief who led the Indians at Custer's Last Stand, but who was also a man of mercy, wisdom, and pride seeking a peaceful existence for his people.

Contraceptive Behaviour, Unmet Need and Intentions to Use Family Planning Method among Married Adolescent Women in Uttar Pradesh (India) Introduction: The World Health organization (WHO) defines adolescents as persons between 10 and 19 years of age.

They make up about 20 per cent of the world population (of whom 85 per cent in. Pattern of unmet need for family planning in Uttar Pradesh (INDIA) BY RABIUL ANSARY Junior Research Fellow, Centre for the study of Regional Development School of Social Science, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi – Differential Unmet Need for Family Planning: A Study of Uttar Pradesh, India Author: Prof.

M S R Murthy Subject: Keywords: ijsr, International Journal of Science and Research,International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Created Date: Z. Measurement of unmet need for family planning: longitudinal analysis of the impact of fertility desires on subsequent childbearing behaviors among urban women from Uttar Pradesh, India Author links open overlay panel Ilene S.

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Calhoun b Theresa Hoke c Ranajit Sengupta d. This study aims to examine modern contraceptive use and unmet need of family planning of urban poor populations in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh as a part of IPE Global Project PAHAL (Partnerships for Affordable Healthcare Access and Longevity).

Findings from the study reflect that the unmet need of family planning among the married women in the selected states was more than 15%.

The document gives a brief situation analysis in Uttar Pradesh, The status on key indicators like TFR, Growth rate, IMR, CPR, UNMET need for family planning services and highlights the need of pupulation stablization.

It describes the strategies adopted by SIFPSA to reduce the rate of pupulation growth in the state. Barriers to Family Planning Use in Rural Uttar Pradesh. In an attempt to understand the reasons for high unmet need in the state, low use of family planning methods and help gain evidence for revising the existing population policy of Uttar Pradesh, SIFPSA carried out a research study in the year to examine the barriers faced in adoption of family planning services, particularly.

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Pathak. NFHS Bulletin No. 3 (). Unmet Need of Family Planning in A District of Western Uttar Pradesh Article (PDF Available) in Indian Journal of Community Health 27(2) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

KEYWORDS Slum, Uttar Pradesh, India, Family planning, Unmet need, Urban poor INTRODUCTION As the world becomes more urbanized, the health of urban populations, often.

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Current Family Planning Efforts The past few years have seen a paradigm shift in family planning programme. The focus of the program is towards meeting the unmet need of contraceptives and increasing the use of modern contraceptive use which are directly linked to reducing maternal and child mortality across the nation.

In Uttar Pradesh, 30 percent of currently married women of reproductive age have an unmet need for family planning. The percentage of total need that is unmet is especially high among women who are Muslim, who live in rural areas, who are illiterate, whose husbands are illiterate, who belong to scheduled tribes, and who are not exposed to media.

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): Unmet Need for Family Planning in Uttar Pradesh. were conducted in –93 and –99 under the auspices of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The surveys provide national and state-level estimates of fertility, infant and child mortality, family planning practice, maternal and child health, and the utilization of services. Total population size in Uttar Pradesh grew by 25% over the period 60% of currently married women who have a need for family planning are not having their need met.

The level of unmet need is greatest among women who live in rural areas, are illiterate, are Muslim, belong to scheduled tribes, and are either of high or low parity. Uttar Pradesh. 1 Introduction The National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4), the fourth in the NFHS series, provides information on population, health and nutrition for India and each State / Union territory.

NFHS-4, for the first time, Unmet Need for Family Planning. 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.

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Fig. 1 Trends of Unmet Need for Family Planning Uttar Pradesh (%) [6, 7, 12, 13] Yadav et al. BMC Women's Health () Page 2 of urban slums to satisfy their need for contraceptives at this stage of family building process. Objectives 1.

To assess the unmet need for family planning. unmet need for family planning. The data indicate the following: Figure 1. Population Scenario of Uttar PradeshFigure 1.

Population Scenario of Uttar Pradesh Source: Census of India, and projections using DemProj. Figure 2. Trends in TFR in Uttar Pradesh Source: SRS, 0 5 10 According to the National Family Health Survey-3 (), about per cent of married women have an `unmet need' for family planning.

The `unmet need' for spacing the birth was almost the. Addressing unmet need for family planning is one of the major immediate objectives of India’s Population Policy, (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Unmet need of Family Planning % as per DLHS-III () Age at Marriage and first childbirth % of the girls get married below the age of 18 years Out of the total deliveries % are among teenagers i.e. years Spacing between Births Spacing between two childbirths is.

strategies to improve family planning programme performance in the state. Objectives: The main objectives of this study are as follows: i. To find out the pattern of unmet need for family planning in Uttar Pradesh. To assess the determining factors of the differential of unmet need for family planning.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): India’s first and second National Family Health Surveys (NFHS-1 and NFHS-2) were conducted in –93 and –99 under the auspices of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The surveys provide national and state-level estimates of fertility, infant and child mortality, family planning practice, maternal. The database for this study includes the contraceptive prevalence rate and unmet need for family planning as well as estimates of the base population of women for 29 states and union territories in India (the state of Telangana is not considered because it separated from Andhra Pradesh only in ; Adaman and Nicobar and Pondicherry have not.

In terms of absolute numbers, Uttar Pradesh requires the greatest increase, needing 92 million (56 million) additional users of modern contraception by to meet the target of 75%. Interpretation: The demand for family planning among the states and union territories in India is highly diverse.

for family planning and how behaviours associated with the greater autonomy of women impact upon this process. The empirical work makes use of data from the latest round of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) for India,for the state of Uttar Pradesh, in a simultaneous equation framework, in an e⁄ort to take account of the joint deter.

Topics: Unmet Need of Spacing, Unmet Need of Limiting, Unmet Need of Family planning, Contraceptive, Contraceptive prevalence rate, Medicine, R, Public aspects of medicine, RA Publisher: Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine, Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand.

NFHS-4 stated high unmet need for family planning (FP) among married women in Uttar Pradesh. Unmet need is highest among age groups: 15–19 and 20–24 years. Currently few data is available about unmet need for FP among vulnerable section of the community, i.e–24 year’s age group living in the urban slums.

Therefore this study was conducted to assess the unmet need for FP .Visaria Leela., Unmet Need for Family Planning in Gujarat: A Qualitative Exploration, Economic and Political Weekly, 32, WSWS36 () Barrios de Asturias, Mejia de Rodas and Yinger N.V., Unmet need for family planning in a peri-urban community of Guatemala City,International centre for research on women, ().

Methods and Findings The study assesses the impact of FP advice on unmet need and contraceptive use by adopting the propensity score matching method. It uses data from the District Level Household Survey (DLHS) (–08) that cove currently married women (CMW) in the age group 15–44 years in Uttar Pradesh.