2 edition of Nepal contraceptive prevalence survey report, 1981 found in the catalog.
Nepal contraceptive prevalence survey report, 1981
Bibliography: p. 237-238.
|Statement||Nepal Family Planning and Maternal Child Health Project, Ministry of Health, His Majesty"s Government and Westinghouse Health Systems.|
|Contributions||Nepāla Parivāra Niyojana tathā Mātṛ Śiśu Kalyāṇa Yojanā., Westinghouse Health Systems.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.N37 N43 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||83050093|
Contraceptive prevalence, any methods (% of women ages ) - Nepal UNICEF's State of the World's Children and Childinfo, United Nations Population Division's World Contraceptive Use, household surveys including Demographic and Health Surveys and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys. sectional surveys: the Nepal Fertility Survey (NFS), the Nepal Contraceptive Prevalence Sur-vey (NCPS), and the Nepal Fertility and Family Planning Survey (NFFPS).2 The surveys, designed to be nationally representative, were stratified by .
In Nepal, the Nepal Blindness Survey () showed a prevalence of % bilateral blindness, % unilateral blindness and % with low vision countrywide. The survey also revealed that cataracts were the leading cause of blindness, accounting for almost 71%. Eighty percent of blindness was either preventable or curable. The highest prevalence of anemia was found among women who had permanent sterilization while the lowest prevalence was found among hormonal contraceptive users. Previous literature from Nepal found women using Depo-Provera injections had a significantly higher concentration of hemoglobin [ 23 ].
Differentials in Nepal Bhakta B. Gubhaju, Minja Kim Choe, Robert D. Retherford, and Shyam Thapa Infant mortality trends and differentials are estimated from the Nepal Contraceptive Prevalence Survey (NCPS) and compared with similar estimates from the Nepal Fertility Survey (NFS) and the Census of Nepal. Prevalence patterns of withdrawal vary widely by region. Based on data from prevalence surveys (Population Reports, ), withdrawal accounts for a sig-nificant proportion (9 percent) of overall contraceptive use in developing countries, as shown in Table 1. If Asia is excluded, this proportion increases to 13 percent.
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Get this from a library. Nepal contraceptive prevalence survey report, [Nepal.; Nepāla Parivāra Niyojana tathā Mātr̥ Śiśu Kalyāṇa Yojanā.; Westinghouse Health Systems.]. Westinghouse Health Systems.; United States. Agency for International Development.
Title(s): Nepal, Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Report for Rukum District. Country of Publication: Nepal Publisher: Kathmandu, Nepal, Ministry of Health, Nepal Family Planning/Maternal Child Health Project, .
Description: 19 p. Westinghouse Health Systems.; United States. Agency for International Development. Title(s): Nepal Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Report for Dang District. Country of Publication: Nepal Publisher: Kathmandu, Nepal, Ministry of Health, Nepal Family Planning/Maternal Child Health Project, Description: 24 p.
A lthough Nepal’s contraceptive prevalence rate has increased dramatically, from 7% in to nearly 60% today, social taboos, patriarchy and unavailability mean that many women still do not have access to birth control. It usually falls on women to take the initiative, since many men refuse to use condoms or get a vasectomy.
Title(s): Nepal Contraceptive Prevalence Survey report for Gorkha District. Country of Publication: Nepal Publisher: Kathmandu, Nepal, Ministry of Health, Nepal Family Planning/Maternal Child Health Project, .
Contraceptive prevalence, any methods (% of women ages ) in Nepal was as of Its highest value over the past 40 years was inwhile its lowest value was in Definition: Contraceptive prevalence rate is the percentage of women who are practicing, or whose sexual partners are practicing, any form of contraception.
Author(s): Nepāla Parivāra Niyojana tathā Mātr̥ Śiśu Kalyāṇa Yojanā. Title(s): Nepal Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Report for Piuthan District. Country of Publication: Nepal Publisher: Kathmandu, Nepal, Ministry of Health, Nepal Family Planning/Maternal Child Health Project, .
Description: 20 p. PIP The Bangladesh Fertility Survey recorded a contraceptive prevalence rate of only % for married women under 20 years of age compared to % for respondents 20 years of age and older. Nepal Democratic Health Survey (NDHS), done every five years and the latest one in has revealed that there is no significant improvement in contraceptive prevalence rate of Nepal compared to five years ago.
At nepdoc, we are now covering the contraceptive prevalence rate of Nepal as per NDHS with the most details.
c/ Nepal Con'traceptive Prevalence Survey: A Preliminary Report,Table 4, p. d/ Estimated population of married women aged for is 2,; the estimate for is 2, Westinghouse Health Systems.
Title(s): Nepal contraceptive prevalence survey report In: Nepal contraceptive prevalence survey report Country of Publication: Nepal Publisher: Kathmandu, Nepal, Nepal Family Planning and Maternal Child Health Project and Columbia, Md., Westinghouse Health Systems, Description: p.
Evaluation Report of Reproductive Health/Contraceptive Surgery Project of Population Welfare Programme Population and Family Planning Indicators - Findings of Contraceptive Prevalence Survey in 12 Large Clusters, Nepal Contraceptive Prevalence Survey report Nepal Family Planning and MCH Project.
Kathmandu, Nepal: Ministry of Health and Westinghouse Health Systems. Ministry of Health [Nepal]. Nepal Fertility and Family Planning Survey Report Nepal Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health Project.
The 5th International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) from October will convene some high-level policy-makers, scientists, researchers, programme managers, civic leaders, youth, and diverse organisations from over countries around the world to share their best research and practices and to use their knowledge to expand access to family planning services.
World Fertility Survey, Demographic and Health Surveys and Contraceptive Prevalence Surveys are the examples of international surveys (including Nepal) on population related topics. Further Analysis of the Nepal Demographic and Health Survey Kathmandu, Nepal March Impact of Male Migration on Contraceptive Use, Unmet Need This report presents findings from a further analysis study undertaken as part of the follow-up to the Nepal Figure Contraceptive prevalence rate among currently married women.
CPR Contraceptive Prevalence Rate CSWG Contraceptive Security Working Group NDHS Nepal Demographic and Health Survey NFHP Nepal Family Health Program NFHS Nepal Family Health Survey million in to into million in and to million in Thus, the.
Figure 2. 3: Contraceptive Prevalence Rate Nepal, Although the uses of family planning methods have been increasing over the years, CPR in Nepal is still low. Response consistency was examined by linking the records of women interviewed in the Sri Lanka Contraceptive Prevalence Survey with records from the same individuals followed up 3 years later.
Seventy-eight percent of women reported identical year of birth in the two surveys, but only 58% were consistent for age at marriage. The Contraceptive Prevalence Studies (CPS) project is an international research program investigating questions relating.
to the knowledge, 1 use A and availability of contraceptive methods in. developing. countries. total. of 13 countries have participated so far in the.
prevalence survey program (Figure!). This paper presents findings. The Contraceptive Prevalence Survey data of indicate that an inverse relationship exists between the prevalence of current contraceptive use and travel time to an outlet. Unfortunately, a majority of current users in Nepal still need more than one hour to reach an.An analysis of data mainly from China's and censuses and mini-census shows how fertility decline between and in the province of Guangdong has been influenced by both.As per study conducted by Keyal NK et al, at Koshi Zonal Hospital in eastern Nepal, there was big increase in contraceptive use after the birth of first child from % (before first child) to %.