Applying models to the family planning programs of developing countries

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Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , [Chapel Hill]
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StatementCurtis P. McLaughlin.
SeriesProgram design paper - Carolina Population Center ; 2
ContributionsCarolina Population Center.
LC ClassificationsHQ766 .M218
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 33 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4378599M
LC Control Number78622761

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Title: The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries Author: Judith R. Seltzer Subject: This book analyzes the origins and rationale of family planning programs and how they have evolved based on experience in different country settings. The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries.

by Judith R. Seltzer. Related Topics: Developing This book analyzes the origins and rationale of family planning programs and how they have evolved based on experience in different country settings. Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs.

Chapter. Family Planning in Developing Countries: An Unfinished Success Story Article (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. The politics of family planning. Family planning groups in developing countries set for Bloomberg boost. 21 January Development talk point Open thread: international development myths.

Access to safe, voluntary family planning is a human right. Family planning is central to gender equality and women’s empowerment, and it is a key factor in reducing poverty. Yet in developing regions, an estimated million women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using safe and effective family planning methods, for reasons ranging from lack of access to information or.

viii Family Planning Programs For the 21st Century chapter three: Family planning services and the strengthening of health systems Family planning services in developing countries have evolved significantly since the first programs were launched in the s, when contraceptive products were limited to barrier Size: 1MB.

Family planning programs have success in developing countries, but need to be expanded 20 Februaryby Jeff Grabmeier While many researchers generally credit the desire.

Family planning programs—organized efforts to provide contraception to women and men—were one of the major social and health interventions in the second half of the 20th century.

These programs exist in most countries and in all world regions. As ofgovernments, representing 92 percent. An investment of about two billion dollars a year would provide enough contraceptives to meet the needs of developing countries. The report says increased access to family planning is a good Author: VOA Learning English.

Author(s): Mclaughlin,C P Title(s): Applying models to the family planning programs of developing countries/ C.P. Mclaughlin. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, Carolina Population Center, This book surveys the main varieties of urban models with a view toward finding approaches that can be useful for understanding cities in developing countries.

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Some comments are also offered on the complexity of urban phenomena that intrinsically cause difficulties in formulating urban economic Size: 7MB.

Quality of care in family planning programs follows from human rights principles and should be considered a vital component of any program in developing countries. One suggested framework includes six key elements: choice of method, information given to clients, technical competence, interpersonal relations, mechanisms for follow-up and Cited by: Inthe World Health Organization committed to working with countries to integrate the WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria Family Planning wheel and related tools and guidelines into health systems to expand access to, and quality of, family planning services; expanding choice and method mix through contraceptive research and development and assessment of the safety.

Unfortunately, many family planning programs still fall substantially short of offering clients reproductive choice and supporting their reproductive health. The Population Council takes the view that contraceptive research and development is an essential component of a multilevel strategy to reduce unwanted fertility by: 8.

4 Three Successful Sub-Saharan Africa Family Planning Programs A second major common theme among the three countries in the DHS reports involves demand and unmet need. The overall demand for family planning in all three countries has increased in recent years, and even with this increase, unmet need has declined steadily (see Figure 2).File Size: 1MB.

This document was made possible by the generous support of the Voluntary high-quality family planning programs speed fertility declines, thus improving health and boosting economies. Indeed, they are among the most cost-effective health and In developing countries, the most influential determinants are typically: girls’ and women’s.

fund family planning. Our strategy at the country level is to increase modern contraceptive use and improve family planning services for the growing number of urban poor in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia using innovative, low-cost interventions that address the supply of and demand for family Size: KB.

[1] Unfortunately, the use of family planning methods in these countries has remained low. [2][3] [4] [5] The current contraceptive prevalence rate in. The period – marked the golden era of family planning during which reproductive revolution occurred worldwide except in SSA. However, by the early s, changes had begun to occur leading some experts to suggest that population and FP programmes started in the late s in developing countries constituted one of the most important public health success Author: Alhaji A Aliyu.

A few extremist critics of family planning have argued for decades that family planning programs are responsible for only a small percentage of the decline in fertility in developing countries. Their estimates are based on inappropriate statistical methods. The bulk of scientific evidence suggests a different view.

National programs to provide family planning to large populations began in the mids and have since been established in most developing countries. Assessments of the types and levels of effort of such programs were first conducted infollowed by periodic repetitions in, and –3 This unique series, termed the Family Planning Effort.

Source: Susheela Singh et al., Adding It Up (). If percent of the unmet needs were met—if all the women in developing countries who wanted to postpone their next pregnancy or stop having children altogether used effective contraceptive methods—an additional 22 million unplanned births, 25 million abortions, and nearly 7 million miscarriages would be.

Journal of Social Marketing Emerald Article: An integrative model for social marketing Social marketing in developing countries has focused much more on products and services, with a concomitant interest in pricing and other national family planning programs, social marketing was quickly adopted among File Size: KB.

Research has clearly shown that international family planning programs are effective. Studies suggest that such programs can reduce the number of births women have by to over a lifetime. Guidance for Developing a Technical Strategy for Family Planning Costed Implementation Plans 5 Overview of the Guide About this Guide This guide is part of a series of resources in the Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) Resource Kit.

It is intended to provide systematic and practical guidance for articulating the family planning (FP). Rich countries have pledged $bn over the next eight years at a family planning summit in London, in what was described as a breakthrough.

growth, access to family planning should remain a priority of all African countries. The paper asserts that many young and adult women in developing countries do have strong desires for child spacing, small families and preventing unwanted births, but they are unable to successfully meet their needs due toFile Size: KB.

iv EngenderHealth The SEED™ Assessment Guide for Familly Planning Programming ACKnowlEDGMEntS EngenderHealth would like to acknowledge the F.M.

Kirby Foundation for their generous support of the development of this SEED™ Assessment Guide for Family Planning Programming.

This guide was written by Erin K. McGinn, Senior Technical Advisor for Family.

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U.S. Global Development Lab. Interactive Map. Afghanistan and Pakistan. Europe and Eurasia. Latin America and the Caribbean.

Mission Directory. Reports and Data. Reports and Data. Dollars to Results. FISMA Quarterly Reporting Update. Strategy and Planning. Budget and Spending. Performance & Financial Reporting. FY Agency Financial Report. Family planning (FP) is one of the most cost-effective and beneficial investments in global health.

Addressing unmet need, by providing FP to women who do not wish to become pregnant, dramatically reduces the number of unwanted pregnancies and abortions. 03/11/ Spanish translation / La traducción al español. Spanish translation now available for download. Family Planning: A Handbook for Providers is now available in ped collaboratively for clinic-based healthcare providers in developing countries, the Global Handbook offers the latest guidance on providing contraceptive methods.

4 STRENGTHENING FAMILY PLANNING POLICIES AND PROGRAMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: AN ADVOCACY TOOLKIT ISSUE Inmore than million married women in developing countries had an unmet need for family planning—a fi gure that equates to approximately 17 percent of married women in the developing world.

Th ese. During this period, family planning programs were seen as undue western influences — and were dismantled. Iran’s health officials were ordered not to advocate contraception. During Iran’s war with Iraq between anda large population was viewed as a comparative : Janet Larsen.