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Nepal fertility, family planning, and health survey (NFHS, 1991)

Nepal fertility, family planning, and health survey (NFHS, 1991)

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Published by His Majesty"s Govt., Ministry of Health, Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health Division, Planning, Research, and Evaluation Section in Kathmandu, Nepal .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal,
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Nepal,
    • Birth control -- Nepal,
    • Health surveys -- Nepal,
    • Nepal -- Population

    • About the Edition

      Chiefly statistics.

      Edition Notes

      Other titlesNFHS, 1991.
      Statementsubmitted by NIV Joint Venture ; funded by UNFPA/Nepal.
      ContributionsNepal. Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health Division. Planning, Research, and Evaluation Section., NIV Joint Venture (Kathmandu, Nepal), United Nations Population Fund.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 94/62652 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1253342M
      LC Control Number94903136

      Adolescent fertility rate (per women aged 15–19 years) Indicator name Adolescent fertility rate (per women aged 15–19 years) Data Type Representation Rate Topic Health Equity Monitor Definition The annual number of births to women aged 15–19 years per women in that age group. It is also referred to as the age-specific fertility rate or?ua=1. in economic status, education level, fertility, health care facilities and use of family planning methods (Aparajita, et al, ). Husbands want more children than wives and depend m ore on fate

      Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data in indicated a TFR of births per women and 74 percent contraceptive use among married women. This case study will help policy makers and researchers in Moslem countries and other developing countries with high fertility rate to consider a successful family program as a realistic concept with Get this from a library! Perspectives on fertility and family planning in Egypt: results of further analysis of the Egypt demographic and health survey. [Maher Mahran; Fatma H El-Zanaty; Ann Adams Way; Majlis al-Qawmī lil-Sukkān (Egypt); Macro International. Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.;]

      Increased exposure to family planning services and child and maternal health services were related to less family-oriented attitudes, and women with less family-oriented attitudes had higher rates /_Voluntary_Associations_and_Fertility_Limitation.   Ministry of Health (Nepal). Nepal Fertility, Family Planning, and Health Survey


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Nepal fertility, family planning, and health survey (NFHS, 1991) Download PDF EPUB FB2

MoHP - Ministry of Health and Population NDHS - Nepal Demographic and Health Survey NFFS - Nepal Fertility and Family Planning Survey NFHS - Nepal Fertility, Family Planning and Health Status Survey NGO - Non Governmental Organization NHEICC - National Health Education, Information and Communication Declining fertility in Nepal.

Das Dangol B, Retherford RD, Thapa S. PIP: This article relies on data from the Nepal Fertility, Family Planning, and Health Survey (NFFPHS) and the Nepal Living Standards Survey (NLSS) to assess trends in fertility in Nepal.

The NFFPHS shows heaping at ages 5, 8, 10, and 12 years and a larger proportion Page 4 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey Knowledge of family planning And health survey book of family planning methods in Nepal is universal; more than 99% of all women age 15–49 know at least one modern method of family planning.

The most commonly known methods are female sterilization (99%), injectables (98%), and condoms (98%). However, little is known about the use of family planning and the determinants in Nepal during this period.

This study explored pregnancy spacing, unmet need, family planning use, and fertility behaviour among postpartum women in Nepal using child level data from the Nepal Demographic and Health Surveys family planning Nepal Demographic and Health Survey Page 5 fAmily plANNiNg Current Use of Family Planning More than half (53%) of married women age use any method of family planning—43% use a modern method and 10% use a traditional method.

Female sterilization is the most popular modern method (15%), followed by injectables (9%), male   NAYS ; Nepal Adolescents' and Youth Survey NCASC: National Centre for AIDS and STD Control ND: No Date NDHS: Nepal Demographic and Health Survey NFHP: Nepal Family Health Programme NGO: Non-Government Organization NHSP: Nepal Health Sector Programme NLSS: Nepal Living Standard Surveys NPC: National Planning Population Report _pdf.

35 Years Later: Effects of the Matlab Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning Program on Women’s Economic Empowerment Despite the global spread of reproductive health and family planning programs, little is known about long-term and multigenerational effects on Fertility • Fertility rate = children per woman • Women marry and give birth at a young age, have children close together, and have polygynous marriages Fertility and Family Planning in Ethiopia: A New Look at Data from the Ethiopia Demographic and Health Survey 2 :// The Nepal Demographic and Health Survey ( NDHS) was implemented by New ERA under the aegis of the Ministry of Health and Population (MOHP).

Funding for the survey was provided by ://[13April].pdf. population and health situation in Nigeria. The NDHS is the sixth survey of its kind to be conducted in Nigeria since The objective of the survey is to provide reliable estimates of fertility levels and preferences, awareness and use of family planning methods, breastfeeding practices, nutritional status 2 days ago  The NDHS is a national sample survey that provides opt to date information on fertility levels, marriage, fertility preferences, awareness and use of family planning methods, child feeding practices, nutrition, adult and childhood mortality, awareness and attitudes regarding HIV/AIDS, women's empowerment and domestic :// The Nepal Demographic and Health Survey ( NDHS) is part of the worldwide MEASURE DHS project, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under contract GPO-C The problem is higher in developing countries where health care services are inaccessible, low socio-economic conditions and high unmet family planning need [8, 11,12,[15][16][17].

In addition How is Nepal Fertility Family Planning and Health Survey abbreviated. NFFPHS stands for Nepal Fertility Family Planning and Health Survey. NFFPHS is defined as Nepal Fertility Family Planning and Health Survey very ://(NFFPHS. Get this from a library. Fertility, family planning, and women's health: new data from the national survey of family growth.

[Joyce C Abma; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.);] -- Statistics collected in are presented on fertility and family size, wanted and unwanted births, marriage, cohabitation, sexual intercourse, sexual partners, contraceptive use, adoption,   A guide to family planning for community health workers and their clients.

Fertility awareness-based methods Male and female condom IMPORTANT. Only condoms protect against both pregnancy and STIs or HIV/AIDS Implants IUD Breastfeeding method Female sterilization ://;sequence=1.

Request PDF | Family planning and fertility in Bangladesh | PIP This study examines the trends in contraceptive use and fertility levels in Bangladesh using national-level data from It   Current use of contraception was the most commonly studied family planning outcome, examined in more than half the analyses, but reviewed articles showed inconsistent findings.

This review provides the first critical synthesis of the literature and assesses existing evidence between women’s empowerment and family planning :// and Fertility in Nepal.

Further Analysis of the Nepal Demographic and Health Survey. Mukti Nath Khanal. 1 Dirgha Raj Shrestha. 2 Prakash Dev Pant.

3 Suresh Mehata. 1Family Health Division, DoHS, MoHP. 2Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP) 3Family Health International (FHI) 4Nepal Health Sector Support Program (NHSSP) Kathmandu   Ministry of Health (MOH) Nepal fertility, family planning and health status survey, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Ministry of health [Nepal], New Era, ORC Macro. Nepal demographic and health survey Calverton, Maryland, USA: Family health division, ministry of health; New Era and ORC Macro; [Google Scholar] World ://. In countries where fertility is high, a wide range of barriers separate women from the information and technologies they need to limit their childbearing.

34–36 Many of the barriers to family planning appear to be either unknown or ignored by ministries of health as well as a number of international donor agencies, and accordingly they are Fertility, family planning, and reproductive health of U.S.

women: data from the National Survey of Family ://Findings show that family planning and maternal and child health services have independent effects on the rate of ending childbearing. the Nepal Fertility Survey(NFS), and the Nepal