4 edition of Reproductive health in Delhi slums found in the catalog.
Reproductive health in Delhi slums
Gulati, S. C.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -187) and index.
|Statement||S.C. Gulati, R.P. Tyagi, Suresh Sharma.|
|Series||Studies in economic development and planning ;, no. 65|
|Contributions||Tyagi, R. P., Sharma, Suresh., Institute of Economic Growth (India)|
|LC Classifications||RG106.4.I4 G85 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||2004325138|
Adolescence is a period of transition from childhood to adulthood, a time when many important social, cultural, economic and biological events take place which set the stage for adulthood. Adolescents (10–19 years of age) comprise almost 22% of India's population. Major health issues among adolescents include nutritional disorders (malnutrition as well as obesity), substance abuse, high risk Author: Neeraj Mohan Srivastava. Background: The study tries to understand what are the dimensions of Reproductive Health care seeking behavior among the urban slum women in Delhi, their level of awareness and treatment seeking patterns?.Materials and Methods: The study was carried out in one of the slum in south district of Delhi. women of reproductive age group were selected by systematic random : Adhapillil Mathai Elizabeth, Abdul Mazeed Khan, Wahid Rashid.
within selected slum communities in Ghana. The specific objectives were: of vi 1. To assess the reproductive health knowledge, behaviour and perceptions of adolescents in the slum settings 2. To examine the perceptions of parents, guardians and community members regarding adolescent sexual and reproductive health. METHODOLOGY. Youth Friends’ Clinic at Tigri slum, Delhi: A Perspective on Service Utilization of Youths with Special Reference to Sexual and Reproductive Health Archana Sarkar *, Sunil Mehra *, Jagannath Behera *, Sanjay Kumar Chaubey *, Surendra Kumar Mishra * Abstract The thrust on young people and their health needs is visible in India, which is.
The Reproductive Health and Family Planning Centre in R.K. Puram, in its 40 years of existence, has reached out to around , people in the city - the majority of them slum-dwellers and villagers from south Delhi. Actress Ashley Jensen tells the story of six-month-old Rehan, who's been sick with diarrhoea for most of his life. A visit to the doctor costs mum Muskan, a.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gulati, S.C., Reproductive health in Delhi slums. Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp., (OCoLC) Study of reproductive health of slums in New Delhi found that the fertility level of women in Delhi slum is significantly higher than the fertility level in non slum (Gulati, Tyagi, & Sharma, ).File Size: KB.
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Reproductive healthcare utilization in urban poor settlements of Delhi: Baseline survey of ANCHUL (Ante Natal and Child Health care in Urban Slums) project Niveditha Devasenapathy1*, Suparna Ghosh Jerath1, Elizebeth Allen2, Saket Sharma1, Anuraj H.
Shankar3 and Sanjay Zodpey1 AbstractCited by: 4. In the present study, we have used data collected during the National Family Health Survey-3 to provide a national representation of women's reproductive health in the slum population in India. The urban population in India is one of the largest in the world.
Its unprecedented growth has resulted in a large section of the population living in abject poverty in overcrowded slums. There have been limited efforts to capture the health of people in urban slums. In the present study, we have used data collected during the National Family Health Survey-3 to provide a national Cited by: Women’s Reproductive Health in Slum Populations in India: Evidence From NFHS-3 Article in Journal of Urban Health 87(2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Indrajit Hazarika.
Some studies conducted by the faculty during this period have already been published as a book namely “Reproductive Health of Adolescents in Delhi Slums” by Synergy Books, New Delhi Most of the studies, as already mentioned, conform closely to the issues considered significant in the National Population Policy and National Health Policy, and other such important national and international.
Women in the Reproductive age group are more vulnerable group in terms of health care in developing countries. In India, women are suffering with some kind of reproductive health problem and it is more alarming in slums particularly with RTI problems.
Objectives 1. Healthcare in Urban Slums in India especially for women. 8 A review of studies on the situation of reproductive and child health in urban areas noted that there were consistent differences in antenatal care class and health culture in India, Vol. New Delhi:Prachi Prakashan; 6 File Size: 26KB.
an urban Indian slum. Observations were gathered as part of a larger study of reproductive tract infections in women in Delhi, using both qualitative and quantitative methods. The qualitative phase consisted of 52 in-depth interviews, three focus groups discussions and five key informant interviews.
Available now at - ISBN: - Hardbound - Rawat, New Delhi - - Book Condition: As New - New - Contents Acknowledgements. Reproductive health in India new evidence/Michael A.
Koenig Shireen Jejeebhoy John C. Cleland and Bela Ganatra. Reproductive tract infections among married young women in Rural Tamil Nadu/Jasmine Helen Prasad Sulochana.
Reproductive Health. – Mean ideal number of children is for all women and for currently married women – Mean ideal number of children is among all men and for currently married men The TFR in the rural areas istwo and half times higher than the TFR in the urban areas ().File Size: 1MB.
(). Socio-cultural aspects of menstruation in an urban slum in Delhi, India. Reproductive Health Matters: Vol. 9, By and for young women and men, pp. Cited by: Additionally, Reproductive Health in India highlights gaps in evidence and priority issues that still need to be researched.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : $ There is considerable disparity in availability, accessibility and affordability of reproductive and child health services between the rich and poor living in urban settlements in developing countries [1–3].A meta-analysis of Demographic Health Surveys (DHS) from 31 developing nations has shown that, the odds of having a skilled attendant at delivery was 94 % lower for women Cited by: 4.
Kaur, Gagandeep (). Factors Influencing HIV Awareness amongst Adolescent Women: A Study of Slums in Delhi. Demography India, ISSNX, Special Issue, pp. ; Kaur, Gagandeep (). Factors Influencing the Reproductive Health of Adolescent Mothers: A Study of Slums in Delhi. In the present study, we have used data collected during the National Family Health Survey-3 to provide a national representation of women’s reproductive health in the slum population in India.
We examined a sample of 4, women in the age group of 15–49 years to assess the association of the variable slum with selected reproductive health by: REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH and infant mortality rates, increased number of couples with small families, better detection and cure of STDs and overall increased medical facilities for all sex-related problems, etc.
all indicate improved reproductive health of the society. POPULATION EXPLOSION AND BIRTH CONTROLFile Size: KB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Reproductive health in India: new evidence --Reproductive tract infections among married young women in rural Tamil Nadu --Reproductive health-seeking by married adolescent girls in Maharashtra --Bhai-behen, true love, time pass: friendships and sexual.
Pal, P. () Working with men to improve reproductive health in a Delhi slum. In Raju, S. & Leonard, A. Men as Supportive Partners in Reproductive Health: Moving from Rhetoric to Reality.
Population Council, New Delhi, India, pp. 26 – Cited by: African Journal of Reproductive Health ; 8: Awareness of hormonal emergency contraception among married women in a Kuwaiti family social network Source citation: European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology ; Cited by: 3.
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