Utilization of family planning services by currently married women 15-44 years of age

United States, 1973 by National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md

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Statement[prepared by Francis Notzon].
SeriesVital and health statistics : Series 23, Data from the National survey family growth ; No. 1, DHEW publication ; no. (PHS) 78-1977, Vital and health statistics., no. 1.
ContributionsNotzon, Francis.
LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.U5 U57 1977
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 36 p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4549609M
ISBN 100840601131
LC Control Number77018034

Family planning Family planning methods used by currently married women aged 15–49 years Pregnancy Date of conception, pregnancy order, planned pregnancy, pregnancy outcomes, skilled attendant during delivery, number of babies and methods of delivery Childhood vaccination. reproductive health services, including family planning,to women who want them is of critical public health concern. The purpose of this thesis is to examine factors that may affect rural Haitian women’s choice in utilizing family planning services by using the Social Ecological Framework as a guide. The combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP) is a contraceptive for women. It is often called birth control pill or simply "The Pill." The pills contain hormones that make the women who take them who take the pill will not become pregnant during sexual a woman stops taking the pills, she will usually become fertile again. In America, although the birth control movement did not take hold until the 20th century, the s were an important time for family planning. In , a white American woman bore an average of children. By , that number was , and by , it had plummeted to Clearly, Americans had to have been practicing family planning.

than one year, 16% married years, 23% married years, and 55% married 10 or more years (see Figure 1). The age range of surveyed women is spread fairly evenly among three of the age groups: 22% were between years, 37% between years, and 36% between years (see Figure 2). A plurality of women (49%) had   While most women in more developed countries use contraception, in many of the poorest countries, fewer than one in five married women use a modern method. PRB’s Family Planning Worldwide Data Sheet provides the latest estimates of births per woman and other indicators for countries, including the percentage of women using modern and. appropriate health care services for safe pregnancy and childbirth and provide couples with the best chance of having a healthy infant. Reproductive health is life-long, beginning even before women and men attain sexual maturity and continuing beyond a woman's child-bearing years. Historical development of the concept. Overall, 16% of currently married women have an unmet need for family planning. 52% percent of women have a met need for family planning or are using a contraceptive method. If all currently married women who say they want to space or limit their children were to use a family planning method, the CPR would increase to 69%, or total demand.

In addition, DLHS-3 provides information on important interventions of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM). Unlike other two rounds in which only currently married women age years were interviewed, DLHS -3 interviewed ever-married women (age ) and never married women (age . The one-child policy was introduced to China in , written into the national constitution in , and subsequently ended in Over the 36 years of the policy, entire generations have been. Access to family planning is essential for the health and welfare of people and the planet. Family planning includes information and services for contraception and abortion. Family planning improves health, protects human rights, and makes important contributions to social welfare, economic development, and preserving the environment. Health The Centers for Disease Control and .

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Utilization of Family Planning Services by Currently Married Women Years of Age United States, Statistics, ba’3edon data coIIectedin and, are presented on the use of family planning sen’ices by currently married women. The percentage of women using such services.

Get this from a library. Utilization of family planning services by currently married women years of age: United States, [Francis Notzon; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)].

This study aims at assessing utilization of family planning services among women of reproductive age in North Kanayabala sub location. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. To assess awareness of women on family planning services.

To identify the source of family planning information among women. : Rugendo.M. Morris. free voluntary family planning services (Disu, ). This study therefore seeks to assess utilization of family planning services among women of child bearing age in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State-Nigeria.

To achieve this purpose of the study, three research questions were raised to guide the Size: KB. Highlights from the Family Planning Data Sheet. Substantial differences in modern contraceptive use are evident across countries.

The lowest levels of use can be found in many of the world’s poorest countries, such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where fewer than 15 percent of married women of reproductive age use a modern method. of the utilization of family planning services among women of reproductive age group ( 49 years) in urban and rural communities in Imo state.

This study was conducted from February to September The study population comprised women of reproductive age group in the selected communities. All women of reproductive age ( Current and preferred use of family planning methods.

Table 5 shows current use family planning methods among women of reproductive age. Overall, % (1, of 2,) of women reported that they were currently using a family planning method; % of these were using a modern method.

Goal. Improve pregnancy planning and spacing, and prevent unintended pregnancy. Overview. Family planning is one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.1 The availability of family planning services allows individuals to achieve desired birth spacing and family size, and contributes to improved health outcomes for infants, children, women, and families.1, 2, 3.

Stratification of all women aged 15–49 years currently practicing modern family planning, and have their names in the district’s family planning register, into the following age groups- ( yrs), ( yrs), ( yrs) and ( yrs).

Younger women have unmet need for family planning. Younger women face unnecessary health risks on both the timing and spacing of pregnancies.

In Bangladesh 2 in 5 women (43%) have begun childbearing by the time they are 18 years old and 35% of births to women. Factors affecting the family planning methods used by the currently married women in rural Egypt.

American Journal of Research Communication,2(10): }ISSN: Introduction. India was the first country to start family planning program long back in In the first 50 years there have been many changes. + The percentage of women 15–44 years of age who used family planning services in the last 12 months increased from 33 percent in to 42 percent in About 29 percent of females 15–19 years of age received some family planning services in compared with 40 percent in Increases also occurred in other age groups.

Get this from a library. Utilization of family planning services by currently married women years of age: United States, [Francis Notzon; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.),; National Survey of Family Growth (U.S.)].

Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) indicates that the unmet need for family planning among currently married Ethiopian women is 36 percent, with 22 percent having a need for spacing and 14 percent having a need for limiting (CSA and ORC Macro, ).

In contrast, the met need for family planning is only 8 percent. Using data from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG), this study reports differentials in contraceptive use-failure and continuation among married women aged years in.

planning services in HIV positive women. Objective: To determine relevant factors affecting the utilization of FP services among women living with HIV and provide recommendations to improve the uptake of FP services. Method: Literature review done on utilization of family planning services among HIV positive women in Tanzania and SSA.

Currently married women 15–49 years of age – Family planning and fertility preferences – STIs and HIV/AIDS – Awareness of childhood illness: AHS 1st update: Household head – Sociodemographic characteristics –Household amenities – Morbidity – Health care use – Mortality (all ages) Ever-married women15–49 years of age.

Differentials in unmet need for family planning among currently married women, by demographic and other are women of reproductive age ( years) (Uganda Bureau of Statistics [UBOS], ). To ensure access to family planning services, the government has made several revisions to the national population policy and included.

An estimated 5% of men in the United States have undergone a vasectomy. 7 Use is more common among married, white men over the age of 8 Unlike women who have undergone tubal ligation, the. The hypothesis which stated that there is no significant relationship between factors affecting the utilization of family planning services and knowledge of family planning services among married women in Calabar Municipality was rejected as the X 2-calculated value () was greater than X 2-critical value () and the second.

The results are impressive. Between andthe proportion of married women using contraceptives increased from 8% to 36%, according to the Ethiopian DHS Ethiopia has become part of a family-planning revolution that has seen the use of.

So that, the purpose of this study was to assess Family planning services utilization and its associated factors among married women in Benchi-Maji Zone, Southwest, Ethiopia. All women knew about family planning methods, though older women knew about more methods than did adolescent women. The researchers interviewed adolescent married women (under age 20) and older married women (over 20) living in 80 squatter areas in Alexandria to compare knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to reproductive health.

only percent of the currently married women reported to be using any of the methods; percent and percent for urban and rural women respectively. This level is low whilst the total fertility rate is high () and little is known about factors influencing use of family planning. This paper explores inequalities in the use of modern family planning methods among married women of reproductive age (MWRA) in rural Nepal.

Data from the Nepal Household Survey (HHS) were utilized, which employed a stratified, three-stage cluster design to obtain a representative sample of 9, households from rural Nepal. Within the sampled households, one woman of reproductive age.

8National Center for Health Statistics, G. Hendershot: Use of family planning services by currently married women years of age: United States, and Advance Data From Vital and HeaZth Statistics,No.

DHEW Pub. (PHS) Public Health Service. Hyattsville, Md. Determine level of utilization of family planning services. Age range 39 years with most women between years (n=14, 56%) Occupation A large majority of women were gainfully employed Marital Status 56% of respondents were married (n=14).

40% of. tests were used. From the analysis, half (51%) of the women currently used modern family planning. From bivariate analysis, marital status had a strong significant relationship with use of modern family planning. Married women should be encouraged to use modern FP. This will help reduce total fertility.

Ensuring access to family planning is not only a matter of human rights, but can also play a key role in protecting the health of mothers and children. Maternal health experts and program directors met at the Wilson Center on July 31 to discuss the role family planning takes in women’s health in developing countries, what successes family planning programs worldwide have had so far.

Or perhaps you have some doubts and family planning questions as to the safety of certain methods, or about the whole subject of family planning after marriage.

Knowing the right questions to ask about family planning or questions about family planning methods is a must for couples who are entertaining the idea of starting a family. According to his study of fertility among women aged 18 years and older in the Nigerian city of Ado-Ekiti, contraceptive use was widespread among all age-groups, and it was more common among unmarried women (75%) than among married women (43%).

11 Among married women using a modern method, a high proportion relied on the pill, followed by.Family planning services are defined as "educational, comprehensive medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine freely the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which this may be achieved".

Family planning may involve consideration of the number of children a woman wishes to have, including the choice to have no children, as.Family planning that works for child brides. Family planning successes in Ethiopia have been attributed to government commitments, including the increase of Health Extension Workers trained to provide family planning counselling and short-acting contraceptives to married women regardless of age.