2 edition of rural-urban difference in contraceptive use in Pakistan found in the catalog.
rural-urban difference in contraceptive use in Pakistan
Khalida Parveen Zaki
|Statement||by Khalida P. Zaki and Nan E. Johnson.|
|Series||Working paper /Michigan State University, Women in International Development -- no. 232, Working paper (Michigan State University. Office of Women in International Development) -- #232.|
|Contributions||Michigan State University. Office of Women in International Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
Downloadable! Using data from the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey of , this study examines the effect of selected socio-cultural and supply factors on contraceptive use as reported by married women of reproductive ages. In addition to the expected positive relationship of woman’s age, number of living children, education, and place of residence with contraceptive use, it is. The ECP is essentially a high dose of female hormones – estrogen and progestin – that are normally in the daily-use oral contraceptive pills. Erroneously referred to as the ‘morning-after pill’, the drug prevents the implantation of a fertilised egg in the uterus if taken within a prescribed period after sex.
The Rural/Urban Definition (Wales) While the Rural/Urban Definition is the same for Wales (shown in Map 3) as for England, the aggregation of area types into urban and rural wider area types can in practice be done in different example, in Wales, the Town and Fringe area types may sometimes be divided into urban and rural areas by population size. The rural urban food consumption patterns are estimated and compared in Pakistan in the present study. The Household Integrated Economic Survey (HIEs), data published by the Federal Bureau of Statistics, Islamabad is used. The rural urban food consumption analysis at household level is carried out by dividing the households into.
Though Pakistan's fertility rates still exceed those of neighboring South Asian countries with a total fertility rate at ( children in urban settings and children in rural areas) and contraception use is lower than 35 percent, approximately one-fourth of Pakistani women wish to either delay the birth of their next child or end. The emergency contraceptive pill is extremely cheap and widely available. If your choice of contraception fails, the ECP “may” help prevent unwanted pregnancies if it’s taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex. However, it is a very high hormone dose and cannot be used as a form of regular contraception!
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Rural- urban difference in contraceptive use in Pakistan. East Lansing, Mich.: Women in International Development, Michigan State University,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Khalida Parveen Zaki; Nan E Johnson. Author(s): Zaki,K P Title(s): The rural-urban difference in contraceptive use in Pakistan: the effects of women's literacy and desired fertility[microform] / K.P.
Zaki. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms International, Additionally, this study explored whether urban–rural differences exist in providers’ attitudes toward LARCs and in clients’ use of LARCs. Methods Data were collected using an online survey of family planning providers at Title X clinics in by: Key Differences Between Urban and Rural.
The fundamental differences between urban and rural are discussed in the following points: A settlement where the population is very high and has the features of a built environment (an environment that provides basic facilities for. In addition, this study investigated urban–rural differences in providers’ attitudes toward LARCs and clients’ LARC use.
In Texas in% of pregnancies were mistimed and % were unwanted (Sullivan, ). A primary reason for these statistics may partially be owing to irregular or no contraceptive by: A comparative study of contraceptive use in Nigeria revealed similar rural urban disparity in use of contraceptive.
In the former Soviet Union, Janevic et al. showed that women from poorest communities less likely to use contraceptive methods than their wealthier counterparts [ 15 ] a finding that has also been made in Malawi [ 16 ].
The difference between rural and urban can be summarized in the following manner: • As words, both rural and urban are adjectives. • Rural is an adjective that describes things that have a connection to the countryside. Past efforts to promote family planning in Pakistan have been disappointing, but between and contraceptive use has more than doubled.
Additionally, similarities of living standards in some rural and urban areas might have underestimated the rural–urban difference in the use of contraceptive methods. On the other hand, being most of the residences in the district were live in urban areas might not able to identify factors which associate with the use of modern contraceptive.
Saleem, A. & Pasha, G. () Women’s reproductive autonomy and barriers to contraceptive use in Pakistan. European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care 13 (1), 83 – Sathar, Z.
& Kazi, S. () Women’s Autonomy, Livelihood and. However, if potential users with unmet needs are encouraged to use modern contraceptives, the study estimates this figure could double to million, raising Pakistan’s modern contraceptive. Particularly, empirical findings support that the higher level of contraceptive use among rural-urban migrants is mainly due to their higher socioeconomic status [23,26,27].
Rural-Urban differences in Food and Nutrient intake of Pakistani Children Pages with reference to book, From To Rubina Hakeem (Department of Food and Nutrition, RLAK Govt. College of Home Economics, Karachi,) Jane Thomas (Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Kings College London.
Salma H. Badruddin (Department of Medicine/Community Health Sciences, The Aga Khan University. check out: Difference Between Tehsildar And Patwari In Pakistan.
The key Difference Between Rural And Urban Life In Pakistan: Here below we are going to reveal some important key differences between Rural and urban life which clearly exhibits the exact difference.
Family planning is one of the four pillars of safe motherhood initiative to reduce maternal death in developing countries. Despite progress in contraceptive use, unmet needs are wide open and fertility remains high. Ethiopia have a higher fertility rate which contributes to maternal and child health destitution, putting pressure on the already weak health system.
World Contraceptive data. update This report of the United Nations Population Division presents a concise, descriptive analysis of levels and trends in key family planning indicators from Model-based Estimates and Projections of Family Planning Indicators and the data set World Contraceptive Userepresenting countries or areas.; MDG database The MDG database includes.
Contraceptive use in Pakistan. Knowledge, attitude and family planning practices among rural married women of Ali Raza Abad, Lahore - Tayba Bashir - Bachelor Thesis - Medicine - Gynecology, Andrology - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.
Percentage distribution of unemployed persons with previous experience of work by major occupation groups, sex, level of education: Pakistan & Province, Rural & Urban: Percentage distribution of population 10 years of age and over by sex, marital status and nature of activities: Pakistan & Province, Rural & Urban: Contraceptive use and desired family size are two themes that emerged through the literature search and are presented in this section.
Chapter 5 highlights and summarizes some of the important findings from the results section using the Social Ecological Framework as a guide. Several factors contributing in this rural urban gap in contraceptive use (Uddin et al, ).
Therefore this study has taken an attempt to explore the fertility differentials in Bangladesh according to place of residence and try to identify those factors responsible for urban-rural differentials in contraceptive use.
can be attributed to differences in the availabil-ity and the use of the effective contraceptives . The study of Sulovic et al.  have shown that only % of women of reproductive age use some form of contraception and % of women have only basic knowledge of contra-ception.
In Pakistan currently only 35pc couples are using any birth control method (it's called Contraceptive Prevalence Rate or CPR).
It has made a commitment to raise. In Pakistan, Birth Control And Religion Clash According to a new government survey, Pakistan is producing nearly 4 million babies every year.