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Spousal agreement on family planning in Sub-Saharan Africa

Tesfayi Gebreselassie

Spousal agreement on family planning in Sub-Saharan Africa

by Tesfayi Gebreselassie

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Published by Macro International in Calverton, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birth control -- Africa, Sub-Saharan

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTesfayi Gebreselassie, Vinod Mishra.
    SeriesDHS analytical studies -- no. 11
    ContributionsMishra, Vinod., Macro International.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.A357 G43 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17079225M
    LC Control Number2008352146

    Family Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa "Ambitious Family Planning Goals." Africa News Service 23 July Global Issues In Context. Web. 24 Jan. Bauer, Gretchen. “Namibia.” Greenwood Encyclopedia of Women’s Issues Worldwide. Vol. 6. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, funders and the organizations that seek their support. Many family planning and repro-ductive health CSOs in sub-Saharan Africa are relatively young, small, and inexperienced in negotiating grant funding and contracts. Even the most sophisticated advocates may be dependent on short-term, narrowly focused grants. Without stable, adequate core fund-.

    their active role in shaping policies in developing countries, especially sub-Saharan Africa. Since colonization, governments of low-income countries in sub-Saharan Africa, “choose” to implement existing policies, or import policy instruments rather than designing their own strategies in family planning.   At the halfway point of the Family Planning (FP) initiative, launched in , around 12 million more women and girls were using contraceptives in east, south and west : Liz Ford.

      Giving Compass’ Take: • Research found that the high fertility rate in African women negatively affects economic development in Sub-Saharan author explains why investing in family planning is necessary to strengthen economic growth and relieve poverty. 2 Cheikh Mbacke, “Family Planning Programs and Fertility Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Population and Development Review, vol. 20, no. 1, , pp. ; Sangeetha Madhavan, “Female.


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Get this from a library. Spousal agreement on family planning in Sub-Saharan Africa. [Tesfayi Gebreselassie; Vinod K Mishra; Macro International,; United States. Agency for International Development,; MEASURE DHS (Program),].

This infographic shows how family planning contributes to national development by fostering strong institutions and global competitiveness. For more detail, see PRB’s policy briefs “Strengthening Global Competitiveness in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Family Planning” and “Fostering Strong, Transparent Institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Family Planning.”.

Disagreement in spousal reports of current contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa Article in Journal of Biosocial Science 38(6) December with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

WPS Family Planning Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa Case Studies from Ghana, Rwanda, and the Sudan Regina McNamara Therese McGinn Donald Lauro and John Ross Perhaps family planning has a better future in Sub-Saharan Africa than experts have assumed.

Case studies from three countries suggest reason for increased Size: 1MB. In western Africa, the median percentage of couples whose two members both approve of family planning (as reported by the woman partner) has risen slightly from 32 to 39, whereas change in eastern Africa has been much more pronounced, the median having risen from 44 in to 63 in Cited by:   For example used only one country in sub-Saharan Africa in a Multi-country study of domestic violence in nine countries.

In three Asian countries [ 16 ] examined the link between poverty and violence, their emphasis was not so much on poverty-violence relationship but how poverty interlinked with violence to affect some selected reproductive Cited by: Geographic variations in family plan-ning use were apparent in the findings, with countries in Southern Africa reporting the highest levels of contraceptive Family Planning Trends in Sub-Saharan Africa:Progress,Prospects,and Lessons Learned Mona Sharan,Saifuddin Ahmed,John May,and Agnes Soucat CHAPTER File Size: KB.

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. Findings suggest that improvement in women's education could lead to spousal agreement on approval of family planning, which may lead to use of family planning in sub-Saharan African countries Author: Joseph Uchudi.

Introduction. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated in thatmaternal deaths occurred in ; sub-Saharan Africa (56%) and Southern Asia (29%) accounted for the global burden of maternal deaths [].Countries still have to solve their rapid and uncontrolled increase in population [].It is well documented that men's general knowledge and attitude concern the ideal family Cited by: deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Backgroundmaternal and million newborn deaths per year (1) million HIV+ women become pregnant yearly (1)infants contract HIV from their mothers (1) 17% of married women use contraceptives (2) Approach Design a program to increase access and education about family planning for.

Despite the threat of violence to the health and rights of women yet, for many years, there has been a dearth of nationally comparable data on domestic violence in sub-Saharan Africa.

This paper examines whether women from poor households are more likely to experience violence from husband/partner than other women who are from middle or rich households. Data for the study are. Family planning programs in sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract. In the s, signs that sub-Saharan Africans would welcome family planning in numbers sufficient to make a difference in fertility rates were scattered and by: 3.

There’s been little money for family planning, especially in Francophone on plays a strong role in West Africa and many people feel, rightly or wrongly, that their religion is against family planning.

But all of these things are now changing. Jacobstein says. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 50Suppl. 2 () S Family planning in Sub-Saharan Africa: present status and future strategies A. Arkutu United Nations Fund for Population Activities, 11, Oyinkan Abayomi Drive, P.O.

BoxLagos, Nigeria Abstract Africa lags behind the rest of the developing world in most demographic, health and economic indicators of social Cited by: 9. Use of modern birth control methods has been shown to decrease female fertility rate in Sub-Saharan Africa. Health. Africa has the highest maternal death rate, which measures the death rate of women due to pregnancy and childbirth.

The maternal mortality ratio in Sub Saharan Africa is 1, maternal deaths perlive births. An article by Baggaley et al. suggests that increasing access. Author: David J. Olson In the last 20 years, Ethiopia has emerged as a family planning powerhouse.

In Studies in Family Planning, I reported that, from tomodern contraceptive use increased ninefold, from % to %, and the total fertility rate (the average number of children born to a woman in her lifetime) dropped from to Thus, Family Planning Methods and Practice.

Africa is a compila­ cans in Sub-Saharan Africa. The interrelationship of sickle cell anemia with fact, of women of the fertile ages in Africa who need family planning, rather less than 10x use effective contraceptives for planning their Size: 6MB.

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.

Throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, husbands and wives whose fertility intentions agree generally want more children. Of all couples in agreement, the proportion who want more children ranges from 53% in Kenya to 99% in Niger.

This supports the finding that a high proportion of both husbands and wives want a large family in Sub-Saharan Africa.International non-governmental organizations (INGOs) in the field of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) consider access to family planning services a universal human right.

Family planning programs should strive to effectively provide information, counseling, and contraceptive services to allow women and men the ability to freely determine when and how many children they desire to by: 1.in Sub-Saharan Africa confirmed this, and concluded that more than half of the countries in the region had not ex-perienced a significant decline in fertility between the most Can Family Planning Programs Reduce High Desired Familly Size?

Latin America Asia North Africa/ Middle East Sub-Saharan Africa Next-to-last survey Last survey.