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Planning the Family in India planning the family in india
This book examines family planning in India. It explores the significance of marriage, family formation and the stages within it. The author studies some of the factors associated with fertility behavior, such as those of marriage, son preference and 'ideal' family size. The factors underlying fertility behavior in the classical texts in India with special reference to marriage, family, family size and composition are taken into consideration. The book then goes on to evaluate the Family Planning Programs till the Eighth Five Year Plan in this context.
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India 2010 planning the family in india

India 2010

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India 2010 planning the family in india
Family Welfare and Fertility, India 2010 is a collection of selected papers presented at the Bhopal Seminar 2010. The Monograph covers a range of topics related to fertility and family welfare in India and its constituent states including policy options for population stabilisation, age pattern of marital fertility, fertility and family planning differentials and determinants, iequality in family planning use, development and fertility, etc. The monograph also covers such issues as obstetric and gynaecological morbidity, health and feeding practices of children and women''s empowerment. The monograph presents an overview of family welfare and fertility scenario in India and its policy and programme implications.
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Utilization of Family Health Services in a Tribal District of India planning the family in india
Utilization of Family Health Services in a Tribal District of India is a study conducted to assess the status of maternal, child and family planning services in Dungarpur district. It highlights the variation in health indicators in tribal rural area to that of urban population in terms of immunization status, institutional deliveries, antenatal care, methods of contraception used by the couples under reproductive age group. The study reflects the inaccessibility and unavailability of health services to the people. It emphasizes the need of family planning provisions with convenient methods of contraception for them. Further, the findings of the study can be effectively used in designing focused delivery system for marginalized people inhabiting in remote areas.
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Men's Involvement in Family Planning planning the family in india
This study examines the level of knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among men. The study revealed that men have relatively considerable knowledge and encouraging positive attitude towards female family planning methods than male family planning methods. Female family planning methods were the most commonly used methods than male family planning methods. The gap between knowledge and practice of male family planning methods was very wide. moreover, future prevalence and practice of male methods seemed to be low. As Men’s educational level and income increases, their participation of using family planning methods also increases. Men having some kind of job practiced male methods higher than those without job. The study implies that higher level of education, access to job opportunities and income play a great role in increasing men’s participation in family planning.
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Entrepreneurial Family Firms in Nigeria planning the family in india
The book provides a highly structured and comprehensive approach on how culture impacts the succession planning in an entrepreneurial family firm in Nigeria with particular reference to a polygamous family. The author adopted comparative multiple case study approach by selecting five polygamous family firms for in-depth exploration of findings. The author established that a culture of polygamy, political and economic activities pose challenges in family business succession planning. More so, the result of the theoretical framework applied in this study concurred with the literature that cultural, political and economic conditions interlinked with a family business. Consequently, they have an impacts on entrepreneurial family firms succession planning and its management. This book, therefore, identifies challenges in family firms and suggests best succession planning to transfer the family business to the next generation successfully.
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Female Education and Family Planning planning the family in india
Since the International Conference on Population and Development in 1994, family planning has been prioritized in strategic plan in Cambodia. Though the contraceptive prevalence rate has increased for the last several years, it is still the lowest among Sub-Mekong Region countries. The significance of this book, therefore, aims to discuss two important dimensions of KAP (1) the educational background of women and knowledge of contraceptives and (2) the knowledge of contraceptive and its practice. The analysis shows that the female education is correlated with knowledge of family planning. However, the knowledge of family planning is less likely to be correlated with the practice. The knowledge of family planning would not be the only factor to encourage the practices. This book should help shed some light on the family planning perspective that female education contributes to the development of women''s autonomy in any situation, for example, knowledge of family planning and life skills. Lots of macro level studies supported that educated women have better knowledge, skill and social status. Therefore, female education is a factor to be considered in family planning policies.
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Perspective Of Males On Woman’s Risk Of Pregnancy In India planning the family in india
National Population Policy of India, 2000, for the first time recognized the need of active involvement of men in family planning so that if men are educated about reproductive health issues or female reproductive physiology then they are more likely to support their partners in decision-making process on contraceptive use and family planning which may be essential for women to avoid unprotected sex or unwanted pregnancy. Limited number of studies which include men as a part of sexual and reproductive health are found in India. Thus this book tries to examine the perspective of men in relation to their background characteristics on woman’s physiology and risk of pregnancy if she has sexual relations during menstrual period and breastfeeding.
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Mortality, Health and Development in India 2011 planning the family in india
Mortality, Health and Development in India is a collection of selected papers presented at Bhopal Seminar 2011. The monograph covers a range of topics including child under nutrition, adult and child mortality, mortality differentials, utilisation of health services, health rationale of family planning in India and in its constituent States. The monograph also covers issues related to the implementation of National Rural Health Mission at the grass roots level, current status of social and economic development across the constituent States of India, changing role of female education on fertility decline, health status of old female widows and role of men in women's reproductive health. Poplicy and programme implications of the prevailing mortality, health and development situation in India and strategies to address the situation have also been discussed in the papers included in the monograph.
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Development Planning in Zambia and India planning the family in india
Both Zambia and India at independence, in 1964 and 1947 respectively, inherited from British colonial rule drained, structurally disarticulated and backward economies. Both countries embarked on development planning as a strategy through which to overcome the inherited socioeconomic problems. However, by 1991 while India had broken loose of the inherited structural backwardness, Zambia had sunk into an economic malaise of dependence on foreign loans and food aid. A number of factors were responsible for these differences. This book compares the implementation strategies and results of development planning in Zambia and India from independence to 1991. The overall argument of the book is that while development planning did not achieve all the intended objectives in Zambia and India, and while India achieved more benefits than Zambia, development planning as a strategy was beneficial to both countries. Zambia and India used development planning to build up social and economic infrastructure that enabled them to resolve some of the difficult problems inherited at independence. Development planning enabled India, more than Zambia, to gain economic independence or self-reliance.
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Assessment of Quality of care in Family Planning services planning the family in india
The focus of attention on health service in developing world including Ethiopia has been generally directed toward improving coverage rather than quality of services. Lately, however, awareness of this problem has increased, & experts have pointed out the need to let developing countries gain from the progress made in the field of quality assurance. Several studies have shown that quality of care greatly influences the uptake and continuation of use of family planning services. So-far evidence based data related to quality of care in family planning services & reproductive health are inadequate in the study area. Additionally quality of care in family planning services & utilization were not well studied in the study area & still there is under utilization of family planning services. The result of this study will help in addressing critical points for the improvement of contraceptive prevalence rate & reduction of high fertility rate in the study area. The outcome of this study will be also addressed the problem of family planning and reproductive health program & management. Generally the conclusion of this qualitative study will be used for the improvement of quality of care.
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Assessing family planning decision making among pregnant women planning the family in india
For nearly five decades, family planning has been the cornerstone of a worldwide strategy to slow down population growth. But the uptake of family planning does not match the amount of funds and programs directed at family planning usage. This study focused on assessing family planning decision among pregnant women in the Kwabre East District. The study design was cross-sectional. The sample size was 200 females with ages between 19-49 years and questionnaires were used to interview them. The data collected were entered and analysed using Excel spreadsheet and Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (S.P.S.S.) version 16. The results of the study showed that there was a low patronage of family planning service provided by the various outlets constituting 80%. Seventy seven percent indicated that their spouse always disapproved the used of family planning. The study also indicated that 81% of the respondents did not have the right to go for family planning service. The study showed that 58% of the respondents were of the view that, they were not ready to use family planning after childbirth. It is therefore recommended that, tackling family planning issues from socio economic pe
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Changing Attitude of Family towards Women in Family Business planning the family in india
Family Business is a business that is owned, controlled and operated by the members of one or more family members. Family Businesses are conducted generation after generation. Usually in the Family Business family members are at the top management in the businesses and they employ people from outside for work in the organisation. Family business is that business in which a majority of the ownership or control in the hand of family members. Family business is the complex system. With the modernisation in corporate world the family business face various challenges like Succession issues, Identity development and Sibling rivalry, Technical problem, Competition, Have unfair reward system, Difficulties to attract outsider professional. The Indian family business is mostly managed by the owner of the business and maximum number of business in India is centralized. Most of the family business is controlled by the creator of business and the head of the business. Now day’s India has the highest share of family businesses in Asia and 663 out of 993 were listed family businesses in India.
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Statistical Techniques for Family Planning Measures planning the family in india
Family welfare programme in India and Rajasthan and development from the beginning i.e. from 1952 onwards are explained. The district wise and year wise performance of various Family Planning Methods are presented. The trends and forecasting, the estimation of different contraceptive needs in the districts of Rajasthan is also obtained. Method of calculating the exact Couple Protection Rate (CPR) for the year 1991 and 2001 for the different Family Planning Methods is also presented. Factor analysis is applied on NFHS-II data, from which 21 variables are assessed and has some interdependent. By using NFHS-I and NFHS-II data, a comparison of the progress of different contraceptive methods with the different Socio-Economic and Cultural Characteristics is given. A statistical tool called CYP Index and CYP Prevalence Index is developed for evaluation of performance of acceptance of various Family Planning Methods. The different statistical model is developed for the different Family Planning Methods. These models are helpful to the health manager, social scientist and policy makers to identify the factors that require more interventions.
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Men’s Involvement in Family Planning planning the family in india
Over the years women have been regarded as the sole users of family planning services and little is known nearly what deters men from participating in family planning. This study aimed to determine the factors associated with men's involvement in family planning among married men living in rural setting of Baraton Sub-location, Nandi County, Kenya. A cross-sectional study design was used and data was collected from a sample size of 250 married men. The study revealed that although men are regarded as heads of household about half(54.8%) of respondents had not used family planning. Religion, residing in urban area before, spousal communication, family clinic attendance by men and economic status were some of the significant factors that determined men's participation in the study area. This study provides new insight and information on family planning from men's own perspective living in rural areas in which researchers and healthcare professionals may benefit from.
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Decentralised Planning in Kerala,India planning the family in india
Participatory Planning or Decentralised Planning has now become an important alternative solution to the main economic problems of the Third World Countries of today.Various forms of Decentralised Planning had been experimented by different nations with a different levels of sucess.In this regard former Yugoslavia is supposed to be the pioneer.Decentralised Planning system became a reality in India with the 73rd and 74th constitutional amendmend Acts OF 1992.Among all the Indian states Kerala is considered as the best state which implemented the Decentralised Planning system in thge most effective manner.It heralded a devolution revolution in Kerala with the transfer of a lot of functions functionaries and finance to the local Self-Government institutions.People began to participate actively in the process of local level planning.The participatory budeting system of Porto-Alegre(Brazil)has got some similarity with Keralas model of Decentralised Planning .The present book is an effort to place in the hands of people and concerned groups valuable information pon theoretical and practical aspects of Decentralised Planning in Kerala,India.
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Family Planning Practices in two semi urban communities of Pune planning the family in india
The book is about knowledge, attitude and practices of married women about family planning methods. As the title indicates the book's main emphasis is on awareness about contraceptives and the sources of knowledge about contraception. The book includes the role of a series of socio and demographic factors like education, inter spouse communication on contraception, socio economic status, religion, family type etc affecting family planning practices. Unmet need of contraception in the society has been illustrated by the authors.Choice of contraception as temporary or permanent and the contraceptive methods popular in the society have also been explained. The book also address the issue of son preference in married females and determinants thereof. There has been a humble attempt to find out the reasons for son preference.The barriers to use of contraception in the society have also been described.
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