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Rwanda Family Planning Policy and Practice planning the family in india
Rwanda is a country committed to be a developed nation within the world.This development is based on vision 2020 and policies put in place;among them Family planning policy(FPP).The FPP ensures for Rwanda healthy citizens able to work,helps families give birth to a number of children within their capacity to support.This book summarises a study conducted on FPP& practice in Rwanda consisting of understanding, practice of family planning methods and its effects on gender relationships among rwandan families. Do people understand family planning? Do they use contraceptive methods? What is the implication of family planning practice on gender relationships? This book responds to all your questions about family planning and gender.
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Family Planning and Contraception in Islamic Countries planning the family in india
Islam, family planning and the issues pertaining to contraception have always been under debate with different schools of thoughts and in different eras. Religion Islam has been interpreted as one of the major barriers in promoting birth spacing and contraceptives even for improving maternal and child health. Pakistan as a developing country faces this huge challenge of overgrowing population amidst illiteracy and poverty, with almost a stagnant contraceptive prevalence rate. This book presents a compilation of how family planning and contraception is seen, understood, promoted and practised in various Islamic countries. Henceforth, this evidence should guide the readers, researchers, academics and the family planning advocates to follow the guidelines and verdicts of authentic schools of Islam such as from Iran and Egypt and incorporate them in their country specific programmes.
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Conflicting Family Planning Messages planning the family in india
Uganda is among the top 10 countries with the highest fertility rates and the third highest rate of natural population increase in the world. Despite Uganda's rapid economic growth over the years, experts warn that the current population growth is not healthy for an economy. Despite various campaigns geared towards family planning and consequently a reduction in population growth rates in Uganda, these campaigns have been countered by conflicting messages encouraging Ugandans not to embrace any form of family planning. This book provides insight into the factors that influence people's family planning decisions. It also highlights reasons why family planning campaigns meet resistance and ways in which these campaigns can be more effective. Lastly, this book sheds some light into how media can be utilised optimally to enhance the success of family planning campaigns. This book should be especially useful for media practitioners as well as international organisations hoping to make an impact in health related fields in third world countries.
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The Role of Voluntary Organization in Family Planning planning the family in india
Bangladesh, south Asian nation is one of the most populous countries in the world.Family Planning and population maintenance is the most concerning issue at present for the govt of Bangladesh.Family planning program planners often view men as gatekeepers who, if involved in reproductive decision-making, will impede women's efforts to regulate fertility. This study examined fertility decisions of the family members and assistance of voluntary organization. It also covered male involvement in family planning and use of male methods are associated with the fertility decline and resulted in long-term benefits for women. Traditional notions about gender roles and family, in addition to economic concerns, shaped fertility decision making. Individual motivation rather than choice of methods was more important for positive family participation in family planning. Providers appeared to selectively apply interpersonal skills and common courtesy; rudeness to clients was not merely a reflection of ignorance, since the paramedics appeared to know the basic principles of counseling. Limited access to medication and often arbitrary ways of determining when to dispense it created suspicion.
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Family Planning and Development planning the family in india
Family planning is considered as an essential ingredient of development in the developing world, especially since the 1994 Cairo conference on population and development. Despite its worldwide popularity, it is a much debated, hotly discussed and controversial subject among researchers and development practitioners. In the past few years a holistic health service that recognize the links between poverty, women empowerment, maternal health and contraceptive uptake caught the attention of policy makers and program planners in Ethiopia. The book is a result of the MA thesis research conducted by the author in Ambasel district of Ethiopia in 2006. This qualitative research provides an idiographic explanation about the development implications family planning programs launched in a typical rural setting. The book, which is organized under five chapters, will be of interest of researchers and the development community working locally and globally.
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Initiation of Spatial and Economic Urban Planning planning the family in india
City development is based on chosen principles, implicit or explicit. These are best expressed in a documented form on the lines of which city planning is practically followed. In the present context, Delhi city, the capital of India is taken as the case study. Here, master planning is the most dominant urban planning strategy. As of now, three documents published respectively as perspectives for years 1962, 2001 and 2021 have been the guiding ones for the planning of the city of Delhi. This volume brings out the historical background of planning of the city and analyses in detail the respective contents of these documents in a critical and comparative light. This is followed by a contemporary analysis of the documents in the context of selected best practices prevailing at various levels in the country and world wide.
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The family has survived hundreds of years but has not remained untouched by social change. There has been gradual transformation in the forms of the family, even in India. From the joint family system it has become nuclear family and now there are single- parent family, commuting family, extended family, female-headed family- each having its own merits, demerits & unique problems. The homemakers face several kinds of problems in each type of family. Excessive problems cause stress on the home maker, which in turn, lead to their poor health, which aggravate the problems. The book presents multidimensional research analysis of various forms of family focusing on the attitude the homemakers have towards the family to which they belong, the problems they face and the coping strategies adopted by them .The coping strategies suggested in the study can be adopted by others. The book will be a rich resource material for not only the academicians but also for all those who are concerned with the welfare of the family, as, the healthy family-not only in physical terms but also in social and psychological context- leads to healthy community and to a healthy nation.
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Luxury Business Segment in India at the beginning of the 21st century planning the family in india
India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The Luxury Retail Market in India has a huge potential. Indian as well as International Companies have their radar set on the Indian Luxury Retail Market. Its time when international companies are planning strategies to enter the Indian Luxury Retail Market. Indian Luxury Retail Companies like Gitanjali are well aware of the situation and thus, they need to plan and execute their strategies well in order to acquire unexplored Indian Luxury market share and defend its existing position against the huge and highly experienced International Companies planning to enter the Indian Market. From the author Rushabh Shah, who has been a part of the jewellery industry in India comes a well scripted view of Luxury Retail in India and how companies are planning to acquire their share of the Luxury Retail pie in India!!!
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Family Planning: Its Perception and Determinants among Eligible Couple planning the family in india
A cross sectional study was conducted in Imphal east district, Manipur; to assess perceptions and determinants of family planning, their relationship and to estimate the couple protection rate during September 2007 to August 2008. Nearly one-fifth of the couples use any method and only 8.73% use modern approved methods of family planning. Cu-T and OCPs were the most frequently used methods of contraception by the young. A significant variation of opinion regarding the inhibition of family planning by religion was observed among husbands and wives. Over half of the husbands disapproved to use any family planning method and similar pattern was observed in case of wives too. 13.21% and 18.18% approved temporary methods while 6.18% and 11.88% permanent methods of family planning by husbands and wives respectively. In logistic regression analysis it was revealed that one year increase in age, there was a likelihood of wife having 1.048 fold more chances of practicing family planing methods, other than housewife had 1.277 fold and improvement of literacy status of wife from illiterate to literate had 3 fold more chances of adopting it.
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Philip Marcovici The Destructive Power of Family Wealth. A Guide to Succession Planning, Asset Protection, Taxation and Wealth Management planning the family in india
Wealth owners are responsible for more than just assets The Destructive Power of Family Wealth offers thoughtful, holistic planning to ensure that your wealth remains a positive force for your family. While today's families have become global and the world has become smaller and more mobile, we have not yet become immune to the problems wealth poses to the family unit. This book provides authoritative guidance on family wealth management, with an emphasis on both family and wealth. Global taxation regimes, changing bank secrecy laws, asset protection and other critical issues are examined in depth to assist wealth owners in planning, and the discussion includes details on the essential tools that aid in the execution of any wealth management strategy. More than a simple financial planning guide, this book also delves into the psychology of wealth, and the effect it has on different family members; wealth destroys families every day, and smart management means maintaining the health of the family as much as it means maintaining and expanding wealth. Family wealth brings advantages, but it also carries a potential for destruction. Wealth owners have a responsibility to their families and to themselves, and this book provides the critical guidance you need to get it right, whether you are part of a wealth-owning family or are an advisor to wealth-owning families. Learn how careful planning can prevent family strife Protect assets from risks ranging from divorce to political upheaval Explore the many tools that facilitate secure wealth management Discover how changing global regulations affect wealth Understand how private banks and other advisors work Uncover challenges faced by the wealth management industry Find out how to work with advisors and to manage costs while ensuring efficient and effective outcomes Families at all levels of wealth are vulnerable to shifting economic climates, evolving regulatory issues, asset threats and more. Any amount of wealth is enough to shatter a family, but deeply intentional planning based on thoughtful consideration is the key to keeping destructive forces at bay. The Destructive Power of Family Wealth provides expert guidance and a fresh perspective to help you maintain both family and wealth. For those in the wealth management industry and for other advisors to wealth-owning families, The Destructive Power of Family Wealth contains insight on the needs of today's wealth-owning families, ways in which the tools of wealth planning address those needs and guidance on what it takes to be a successful, trusted family advisor.
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India's Urban Development planning the family in india
This manuscript offers a critical understanding of ‘development’ in general and urban development planning in particular in India. Colonial urban planning kept influencing and shaping the development and future of cities. Independent India made a new beginning through strong belief in socialistic urban development and policy planning but it neglected the complex urban realities. Comprehensive-rational planning approach could not work well for socio-culturaly diverse urban places. Development seems have been exclusionary in practices due to which urban majority live in poor localities with inadequate social infrastructure and lack of basic services. Major cities have been facing severe crisis in terms of civic amenities, infrastructure, public transport,and other facilities. Though neoliberalization reinforces inequalities and uneven development in Indian cities but it can play an important role in revitalizing urban planning and materializing governance practices for inclusive development and urban sustainability.
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Factors Affecting Utilization of Family Planning Among Rural women planning the family in india
In the study area only few (20%) of rural women utilized family planning service to postponed or limit number of children due to demand and supply factors. Hence, due to religious pressure and cultural factors in the study area only few number of women utilized the service.As a result, the result of this work indicated some of the factors that affected utilization of family planning service among rural women in the study area. Based on the result of Binary logistic regression age,educational status,occupational status,average annual income,distance from the near by town and availability of suppliers become some of the significant factors that determine utilization of the service in the study area.
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Understanding Indias New Approach to Spatial Planning and Development planning the family in india
How is India planning its rapidly growing cities and surrounding regions? In what ways does the contemporary planning approach differ from spatial development policies and practices adopted in the Nehruvian decades immediately following the countrys independence in 1947? This book provides a lucid overview of fine-grained changes in spatial planning policies and practices that are beginning to shape Indias existing and emergent settlements in unprecedented ways.
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An assessment of Family Planning Program in Distt. Malakand, Pakistan planning the family in india
Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world and the population is increasing day by day, which leads to scarcity of resources, and when the resources decrease it creates social problems in the society. Also Pakistan is slightest capable to give great addition of youth with foodstuff, clothing and schooling, and youthful adults with employment, accommodation and additional consumer’s fundamentals, while demanding to smash out the vicious circle of scarcity. Due to the above state of affairs it is essential to execute appropriate studies in the field of family planning, because we can only control the situation by construction of proper checks on population expansion. Consequently the researcher found it needed to have an in detail study, in order to realize the factors answerable for ineffectiveness of family planning programs in Pakistan. The book has also explored additional important factors, which hamper the practices of family planning; such is cultural issues, religious biases and the literacy rate of the peoples. Moreover it would try to cover up with possible remedial measures for policy makers in determining the future line of action.
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Reverse Mortgage - Eye opener for Indian Financial Market planning the family in india
Retirement planning is an important part in personal financial planning process. With lots of financial planning tools available in the market it would be a tough challenge for the reverse mortgage loan to succeed. Reverse Mortgage Loan (RML), which unlocks investments in residential property and converts into cash, is new to India. The beneficiaries are senior citizens. RML is beneficial to the borrowers and lenders simultaneously. The main objective of this book is to study the feasibility of reverse mortgage loans as a retirement planning tool, to find the major challenges against the acceptance of reverse mortgage loan in India and to understand the level of acceptance of reverse mortgage loan. The book also includes a detailed overview of reverse mortgage industry in India, various regulations governing reverse mortgage loan, an overview of various reverse mortgage schemes offered by various institutions in India and the basics of reverse mortgage loan including its characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, uses etc.
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Initiation of Spatial and Economic Urban Planning Volume I planning the family in india
A city's dominant geographical and economic entity throws it open to processes and influxes whose magnitude and dynamicity renders vulnerability of a high order to the city. Thus, emerge the various management questions to which urban planning in general is accepted as the most suitable solution and in which a plan is taken as the best representative of practical dimension to this planning. In this category,master planning is observed as an authoritative method of planning. While plenty of literature is available on urban planning,studies on master planning are quite scarce in nature. The present study is an aim to provide an insight into this scant literature and also contributing to it by extending the analysis to a city that is a national capital and has adopted the master planning strategy emphatically-Delhi (India). The study is presented in two volumes in which the first one brings out in detail literature on the topic and practices of master planning around the world. The second one focuses on the case study of Delhi with specific reference to master planning strategy and comparing it with best practices observed in urban planning at various levels
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