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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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Determinants of Ideal Family Size Among Currently Married Women planning the family in india
Research has focused on the knowledge and practice of family planning as a means of enhancing the reproductive behaviour of couples.It is argued that if women are well informed and practise family planning methods, the population growth rate will not be as high as 3.3%.This paper explores the determinants of ideal family size among currently married women in order to understand their reproductive norms. Using data from the 2008 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey (NDHS),sample consists of currently married women between the ages of 15-49(N=921).One-way ANOVA was used in the bi-variate analysis while Multivariate ANOVA was the multivariate method used. Distribution by knowledge,ever use of family planning and ideal number of children show that individual women consider a large family to be desirable.The bivariate and multivariate analyses show that educational attainment, number of living children, place of residence of currently married women are associated with significantly ideal number of children. For population growth rate to remain stable or on a decrease,efforts should be intensified on the family planning education so as to stem the tide of unnecessary increase in family size.
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Modern Contraceptive For Married Women In Ethiopia planning the family in india
The rapid population growth does not match with available resource in Ethiopia even though household level family planning delivery has been put in place. This study has the objective to identify factors that influence modern contraceptive use among married women in Ethiopia. The data in the study were obtained from the 2011 EDHS. Cross tabulations were carried out at the bivariate level to assess the association between modern contraceptive use and each of the independent variables while binary multiple logistic regression analysis was used to identify the factors influencing modem contraceptive use among married women in Ethiopia. The likelihood of modern contraceptives use increased with increase in married women’s age and then decreased towards the end of women’s reproductive age. As a result, policy makers responsible for national family planning programs need to target husbands by constructing a message that encourages male participation in family planning. This could be through involvement of males in family planning programs.
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Child Health and Mortality in India planning the family in india
Child malnutrition and child mortality plagues an excessively large number of children in India. The prevalence of high malnourished child puts the country slightly off target to achieve the child malnutrition related millennium development goals. Using the data generated by National Family Health Survey, Government of India, this study examines the trends and determinants of undernutritional status and child mortality in India. Analyzing the determinants of child nutritional status and child mortality in India, this study makes some alternative policy suggestions for reducing the rate of child mortality and undernutritional status of children in India. The Book is envisaged to cater the needs of the Students of Economics, Demography, Education, Health & Hygiene and sociology. It is expected that the findings of the study would be useful to academicians in general, planners and policy makers.
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Experiencing Social Marketing in Limiting Family Size planning the family in india
There exists a positive association between respondents’ awareness of family planning practices and overall attitude towards family planning.There exists also a positive relationship between respondents’ awareness and social marketing-mix elements i.e. higher the social marketing activities, better will be the awareness about the issues like family planning.Hence NGOs and government units would better work on increasing the awareness to help develop favorable attitude towards family planning.
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Disposing Population Bomb planning the family in india
Society for Promoting Education among Disadvantaged Groups (SPEDG) has always been active in conducting self funded as well as donor funded surveys on different social issues. Pakistan is one of the unfortunate countries where different family planning programs have been failed and which has resulted in the creation of various demographic problems for the country. This study attempts to measure the impacts of family planning programs,on fertility level in Pakistan. By using a cross sectional data of ever married women age from 15-49 throughout the country from a SPEDG sponsored survey, this study applies bi-variate analysis to check the one to association among and between dependent and independent variable. This study is expected to help policy makers in formulating an effective family planning policy.
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Diversity and Taxonomy of Moraceous species in Arunachal Pradesh,India planning the family in india
The book provides detail diversity and taxonomy of Moraceous species in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, India. This book can be used as a comprehensive guide for the identification and understanding the detail characters of Moraceae family. The unexplored distribution status of the family and variations among and within the species in Arunachal Pradesh make this book a unique adventure. The book provides distribution status of more than 60 species of the family in the state.The present taxonomic enumeration of the Moraceae is the first complete systematic account of the family with complete distributional records and characterization supported through dichotomous key have not been found in any of the taxonomic work from the the North East region of India. Besides key and characterization of species, another important aspect included in the book is the examination of nomenclatural anomalies for inclusion of correct name of all the species through consultation of some of the recent publications and data bases. Hence, the book helps in understanding the diversity and taxonomy of the family in the state of Arunachal Pradesh and Eastern Himalayan Region as well.
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Quality of Family, Planning Services planning the family in india
Quality of care is an essential element of any service if it is to attract and retain clients. Good quality of care in family planning services helps individuals and couples meet their reproductive health needs safely and effectively. However; poorly delivered family planning services can lead to incorrect, or discontinued contraceptive use and cause unwanted pregnancies, infections, injuries and even death. Moreover,it is the right of the clients to be treated with privacy and dignity, receive information and the chosen contraceptive methods safely.
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Strategic Planning for NGOs planning the family in india
This paper is intended to help one understand the concept of Strategic Planning, the need for strategy in Not for Profit Organisations / Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), and the dynamics of the NGO-based Strategic Planning. It includes a brief history of Strategic Planning, emerging challenges in the NGO sector in India, basic models and steps of a Strategic Planning process, adapting Strategic Planning to the unique needs of NGOs, adopting Activity Based Management concepts for developing operating plans and a look into the Strategic Planning at one of the large All India based NGOs. It also discusses the use of the MacMillan Matrix for Competitive Analysis of Programs in NGOs and other analytical tools frequently used by non-profit and for-profit organizations like SWOT Analysis. It further discusses the details of the development of an Annual Operating Plan to ensure the usefulness of the strategic plan to the organization.
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Unmet Need for Family Planning in Sri Lanka planning the family in india
Unmet need for Family Planning has become one of the widely discussed reproductive health issues for decades, especially focusing the developing world. This book provides a comprehensive description on prevalence and correlates of unmet need for family planning in Sri Lanka. It also assesses the effect of community based health education intervention in reducing unmet need for modern methods of family planning among ever married sexually active women in the reproductive age (15-49 years). Although Sri Lanka has achieved highest health indicators in relation to maternal and child health in the South East Asian region, the effect of unintended pregnancies has a great impact on further reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality. Hence, identification of the extent and the nature of population at risk of unintended pregnancies and client friendly interventions to reduce unmet need would help policy makers in formulation of preventive strategies. Avoidance of physical, social and psychological ill effects of unsafe abortions by way of reducing unmet need will contribute in achieving maximum maternal well being and fifth Millennium Development Goal of reducing maternal deaths.
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No spousal communication: No family planning planning the family in india
This book aims to educate couples on reproductive health issues, particularly family planning. It also provides sufficient theoretical underpinning on the underlining reasons behind the lack of spousal communication. Students, researchers and other social workers may also benefit from the immense information contained in this book because it offers useful information on how to propagate egalitarian relationship among spouses.
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Methodological Study of Regional Planning in India planning the family in india
The objective of the book is to study a unit or a programme with the help of sound methodological application. It has been observed that mere description of the planning and developmental strategies is insufficient to deal the problems of regional inequalities. Therefore, an attempt is being made to search the problem, formulate the strategies, enumerate objectives and to solve problems with appropriate methodological tools. In the book empirical evidences have been presented to cover broader perspective and holisticity of regional planning in India. Empirical verification is the key to write this volume. Unit level/area level study has been done to justify the idea and rational of this book. The thrust of the book is methodological argumentation, logical analysis and systematic arrangement of facts. This is envisioned that there is lack of systematic account to overview regional development, planning and policy outlook in India. This book is an attempt in this direction to replicate and emphasize developmental strategies and its implication. Special emphasis has been given on the methodological aspect so as to logically underpin the existing paradigms of development.
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Migration, Fertility and Family Planning in Nigeria planning the family in india
The book focuses on understanding the dynamics of current internal migration in Nigeria and implication for changing reproductive behaviour and family planning adoption. Migrants and non-migrants differ in terms of cultural affiliations and socio-demographic characteristics which may have implication for changing fertility behaviour and family planning. The study relies on data from the 2008 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS) to provide empirical evidence on the interrelationships between migration, fertility and family planning with a profound focus on Nigeria. Findings of the study will provide a framework and guidelines for effective and coordinated programmes for addressing issues of high fertility and low contraception in Nigeria, even as the country moves towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1, 4 and 5. The author, Mr. Omoyeni Sunday, is a scholar with a considerable experience in data analysis and research with a profound focus on fertility and reproductive health. He is currently working as a Programme Assistant with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Abuja, Nigeria.
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Family planning need among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) planning the family in india
This book contains article discussing about contraceptive demand of people living with HIV/AIDS which helps readers to have knowhow about family planning need among these populations and it also gives an insight about ideas behind not using family planning methods among People Living With HIV/AIDS.Hence, purchase and read the book and then you improve and get understanding in the area of HIV/AIDS and reproductive health.
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Models Applied in Energy Analyses planning the family in india
The book is about various energy models being used for formulating energy policy at national level especially in India. It not only deals with models used for planning of energy in India since independence, but also presents latest trends and techniques being used in other countries as well. It also lucidly explains the need for such an exercise and the components which affect the energy usage. All those who work in the area of energy planning or are otherwise interested will find it useful. It can be a good reference book for specialized courses in the the field of energy.
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Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Planning planning the family in india
A book which covers two different facet of business management concept of consumer behaviour as well as marketing planning in mobile telecommucation. A work which is a perfect example of empirical research. In this book basics of consumer behaviour and marketing planning have been elaborated. This book is an attempt to ascertain the linkage between consumer behaviour and marketing planning. This research work is in the field of mobile telecommunication system in uttar pradesh (a state in North India). Data have been both primary and secondary in nature. Six mobile service providers were considered. 450 subscribers, 50 dealers and 50 marketing staff were questioned during the study. This book will certainly facilitate the researcher in conducting consumer research in different areas of marketing.
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