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Egypt indepth study on the reasons for nonuse of family planning

Egypt indepth study on the reasons for nonuse of family planning

results of a panel survey in Upper Egypt

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Published by National Population ; Calverton, MD, USA, : Macro International in Cairo, Egypt .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementFatma El-Zanaty ... [et al.].
The Physical Object
Pagination219 p.
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL123823M
LC Control Number99492278

Factors influencing use of family planning in women living in crisis affected areas of Sub-Saharan Africa: A review of the literature Reasons were a lack of trust in western medicine and the desire to have large families. Low socioeconomic status and proximity of family planning clinics were barriers to access. A qualitative study of Cited by: Family planning is part of the entire demographic and population policy of each country and the planet as a whole. The aim of our study was to assess the influence of education level on the state of knowledge about contraception and family planning and the methods used for family planning. The study included 1, women, agedFile Size: KB.

4 Family Planning: imPROving ThE livEs OF WOmEn and ThEiR FamiliEs aROund ThE WORld 80% 9% 11% FAMILy PLANNINg USE AND UNINTENDED PREgNANCIES IN SUb-SAhARAN AFRICA The 60% of women who used a traditional method or no method account for 91% of the unin-tended pregnancies in 20% 40% 46% 14% Unintended Pregnancies (17 million)File Size: 3MB.   Many women of reproductive age in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) would like to avoid or postpone getting pregnant, but are not able to use any family planning (FP) methods [1, 2].These women face an unsatisfied demand for contraception, which is commonly referred to as unmet need for need for FP is further defined as: unmet need for Cited by:

The Republic of Benin has made it a national priority to promote family planning as part of its efforts to reduce maternal and child mortality rates. In addition to preventing deaths, increased contraceptive use would help women and families achieve their desired number of children and have greater control over timing births. It would also help Benin meet its development. the Family Planning Program" was announced in December An attempt is made in this paper to study the evolution of population policies and family planning program and their effects on contraceptive prevalence and fertility reduction. Since population policies reflect the environment through which population.


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Egypt indepth study on the reasons for nonuse of family planning. Cairo, Egypt: National Population Council ; Calverton, Md.: Macro International, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fatma H El-Zanaty; Majlis al-Qawmī lil-Sukkān (Egypt); Macro International.

motivated to use family planning. A study by Westoff and Bankole () using DHS-II data indicated that lack of information about family planning, opposition to family planning, and ambivalence about future childbearing were the principal factors responsible for unmet need for family Size: KB.

Author(s): El-Zanaty,Fatma H; Majlis al-Qawmī lil-Sukkān (Egypt); Macro International. Title(s): Egypt indepth study on the reasons for nonuse of family planning: results of a panel survey in Upper Egypt/ Fatma El-Zanaty.

In Egypt, it was found that the most widely known methods for family planning are the pill, injectables, and the IUD, with more than nine in 10 women and men recognizing these methods.

Perhaps a sign of the lack of sex education in schools, just percent of women aged had knowledge about condoms compared to just percent of men in. Attitudes toward Family Planning and Reasons for Nonuse among Women with Unmet Need for Family Planning in Ethiopia HEALTH This report presents findings from one of four further analysis projects undertaken as part of the followup to.

Planning the Family in Egypt. Book Description: In this ethnographic study, the author examines the policies and practices of family planning programs in Egypt to see how an elitist, Western-informed state attempts to create obliging citizens.

The state sees voluntary compliance with the law for the common good as the cornerstone of modernity. (shelved 1 time as family-planning) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving. CAIRO – 6 February Egypt is one of the most populous countries in the Middle East as the birth rate is constantly increasing, although universal family planning methods are widely promoted.

There are many reasons why. The study involved: (1) a review of published and gray literature () on the role of the private sector in providing family planning services in Egypt and aspects of the policy environment that may influence the private sector; (2) secondary analysis of Egypt Demographic and Health Survey (EDHS) data and market.

Reasons for non-use of family planning methods at Ilorin, Nigeria: Male opposition and fear of methods Article (PDF Available) in Tropical Doctor 19(3) August with Reads. Study design and participants. This was a cross-sectional study conducted in January in the Mbouda Health District, Cameroon.

This is one of the 19 health districts of the West Region of Cameroon, extending over km 2, and comprising nearlyinhabitants in The district is divided into 12 health areas among which 4 were randomly selected for Cited by: 6.

Family planning (FP) is one of the most cost-effective and beneficial investments in global health. Addressing unmet need, by providing FP to women who do not wish to become pregnant, dramatically reduces the number of unwanted pregnancies and abortions.

Egyptian Family Planning. Egypt’s family planning programs have followed a similarly unsteady course. Debated by Egyptian social scientists since the s, Egypt’s high population growth became widely viewed as an acute problem in the s, when the government acknowledged the serious economic and social problems associated with it.

Family Planning Communications Strategies Examined "ICPD 94" January Number 11 Newsletter of the International Conference on Population and Development, Cairo, Egypt, September In this study, 95 percent of the women in both groups approved of the use of family planning, recommending it because, "life is expensive," and "women who have many children suffer from bad health." Women generally thought family planning use should be a joint decision between husband and wife or within the wife's purview.

Analysis of data from 13 DHS surveys by Bongaarts and Bruce () showed that lack of knowledge, fear of side effects, and husband’s disapproval were the principal reasons for nonuse among women who were otherwise motivated to use family planning.

A study by Westoff and Bankole () using DHS-II data indicated that lack of information. Worldwide, women report the need for safe, non-hormonal, woman-initiated methods of family planning. Cervical barriers provide such technology but. planning program. The Ministry of Health is currently the largest provider of family planning in Egypt, serving a diverse population of women, many of whom may not need the free public service.

Expanding the role of the private sector in the provision of family planning services and supplies holds great potential to more effectivelyFile Size: KB.

Description: Founded inStudies in Family Planning is concerned with all aspects of reproductive health, fertility regulation, and family planning programs in both developing and developed countries. The journal's authors are internationally recognized authorities working in such fields as public health, sociology, demography, medicine, and population planning.

This paper presents the findings of a qualitative assessment aimed at exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding family planning and factors that influence the need for and use of modern contraceptives.

A descriptive exploratory study was conducted with married women and men aged between 15 and Overall, 24 focus group discussions were conducted with Cited by:.

Natural family planning (NFP) comprises the family planning methods approved by the Roman Catholic Church and some Protestant denominations for both achieving and postponing or avoiding pregnancy.

In accordance with the Church's teachings regarding sexual behavior, NFP excludes the use of other methods of birth control, which it refers to as "artificial contraception."First use: Ancient: calendar, LAM, mids: BBT.

Start studying Family Planning (Contraception) Ch. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Awareness and determinants of family planning practice in Ethiopia A.

T. Beekle & C. McCabe essential in bringing about a cultural and social change in att itude towards the economic and social value of family planning.

This study and others suggest that education can address the imbalance in decision making about reasons for this is.