Published January 1996
by United Nations .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
This book analyzes the origins and rationale of family planning programs and how they have evolved based on experience in different country settings. eISBN: This chapter discusses several aspects of the health rationale for family planning programs. First is the role of contraceptive technology and concerns about. Adapted from World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Reproductive Health and Research, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs (CCP). Knowledge for health project. Family planning: a global handbook for providers ( update). The achievement of small, well-spaced families for all socioeconomic groups should result in better health for mothers and their families. Increasing family size, particularly with extremely brief nonpregnant intervals in mothers at high risk socially, is associated with: (1) increased maternal, fetal, neonatal, and postneonatal mortality rates; (2) higher prematurity rates; (3) less parental Cited by: 5. • Chapter three—Family planning services and the strengthening of health sys-tems—illustrates how family planning can be integrated into national health systems and proposes innovative strategies for reaching the most vulnerable individuals; and • Chapter Four—Family planning communication programs—discusses the impor-.
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. Maternal and Child Health Rationale. The improved health of mothers and children has long been a rationale for the provision of family planning (Seltzer ).In the round of the Family Planning Effort Index, measured periodically since , women’s health was the dominant justification for family planning programs, followed by reducing unwanted fertility (Ross and Smith ). A guide to family planning for community health workers and their clients Adapted from the WHO's Decision-Making Tool for family planning clients and providers. Purpose of this tool This flip-chart is a tool to use during family planning counselling or in group sessions with clients. It can. This chapter presents information on family planning worldwide, a profile of Haiti,fertility and family planning in Haiti, family planning initiatives, and the Social Ecological Framework. Section , family planning worldwide, provides a brief backgroundon how family plan ning is.
perhaps hardly surprising that the family planning programs that resulted were based on top-down hierarchical models and that their success was judged in terms of numeric goals and targets – numbers of family planning acceptors, couple-years of protection, numbers of . All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the header. Family Planning Programs For the 21st Century Rationale and design john bongaaRts john cleland john W. toWnsend jane t. beRtRand monica das gupta. Physicians, nurses, and the Volume Family planning Number 7 spectrum of new family health workers need to be aware of the health rationale for family planning. However, providing the time for better care of children or to develop oneself does not automatically ensure that in every case such will occur. Benefits of Family Planning. Protects women's and children's health by reducing high-risk pregnancies and allowing sufficient time between pregnancies. Reduces HIV and AIDS through the prevention of new HIV infections and mother-to-child transmission via increased access to voluntary family planning information, services and commodities, including condoms.