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Contraceptive distribution project in rural Bangladesh

Contraceptive distribution project in rural Bangladesh

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Published by Johns Hopkins Fertility Research Project in [Dacca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh,
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Bangladesh.,
    • Bangladesh -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAtiqur Rahman Khan ... [et al.].
      SeriesJHU-FRP report ; no. 6
      ContributionsKhan, Atiqur Rahman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.B3 C66
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12, [9] p. ;
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4707062M
      LC Control Number77911889

      contraception by the respondents included in the study. The data here was collected in March’ The data finds that out of women, were using some form of modern contraception, resulting in 40 % users. An evaluation survey of the urban slums of Bangladesh finds the contraceptive use to be 44% in the treatment area, versus 41% in the. Projects The Hewlett Foundation and its partners have supported research to improve the evidence base on how population growth affects economic development and to inform medium-term policy issues, based on a research agenda outlined by the Center for Global Development expert working group in Offer a full range of contraceptive options. Figure 2 shows method mix among to year-old females in Bangladesh, the Dominican Republic, and Sierra Leone. Modern contraceptive use among adolescents in these three countries ranges from 21% to 42%. In March of and , I traveled to and stayed in both urban and rural parts of Haiti. The stay in both Port-au-Prince (urban) and Hermitage (rural) were life changing events that assisted in defining the purpose, and driving force, of my thesis. Because of these experiences, personal expertise will be presented throughout the thesis.

      We consider the evidence for the effect of access to reproductive health services on the achievement of Millennium Development Goals 1, 2, and 3, which aim to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, achieve universal primary education, and promote gender equality and empower women. At the household level, controlled trials in Matlab, Bangladesh, and Navrongo, Ghana, have shown that increasing.


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Contraceptive distribution project in rural Bangladesh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stud Fam Plann. Jan-Feb;15(1) Social marketing of contraceptives in Bangladesh. Schellstede WP, Ciszewski RL. Since there has been a family planning program operating in Bangladesh which advertises and commercially distributes contraceptive products in both rural and urban areas throughout the by:   Original Research Article A Hierarchical Model of Contraceptive Use in Urban and Rural Bangladesh H.T.

Abdullah Khan ELSEVIER In this paper, a model is developed for examining the hierarchical effects of contraceptive use and its determinants in urban-rural Bangladesh by employing data from the Bangladesh Fertility Survey (BFS).Cited by: Bangladesh Development Studies Vol. XXXX, A, March-JuneNos.

1 & 2 Bangladesh Experience in Rural Development: The Success and Failure of the Various Models Used KAZI ALI TOUFIQUE * This paper describes the experience of rural development in Bangladesh by (i) highlighting the key stylized facts about the dynamics of the rural.

BEEKEEPING FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT, ITS POTENTIALITY AND Contraceptive distribution project in rural Bangladesh book AGAINST POVERTY - BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE J.

SAHA Project Director, Beekeeping Project, BSCIC (5th floor), Motijheel C/A, DhakaBANGLADESH E-mail: [email protected] Abstract Since time immemorial beekeeping has been practiced hazardly in Bangladesh. page ii Provision of Injectable Contraception About This Handbook This handbook describes how to introduce injectable contraceptives to the suite of family planning services offered in an existing community-based distribution (CBD) program.

The approach is based on the experiences of two recent pilot projects in Uganda and Madagascar. The concept of social marketing came to Bangladesh in when the social marketing project was initiated to challenge rapid population growth by making contraceptive products widely accessible at a price Contraceptive distribution project in rural Bangladesh book to the general people.

The project was initiated by a US-based non-profit organization. contraceptive pills (%). Positive attitude towards contraception was shown by 76 (76%) of them, while 41(41%) stated their husbands’ positive attitude towards contraception.

Conclusion: In the present study, there was a low contraceptive use among women of rural origin despite good knowledge. Introduction: Efforts for rural development in Bangladesh are not new. However, massive and determined efforts have been made after the liberation of Bangladesh to improve the condition of the rural lives.

A good number of government departments, semi-government, and autonomous agencies including NGOs are functional in the field.

ICT in Rural Development of Bangladesh: samples the distribution was 45%, 35% and 20% respectively for Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna cities. Intended quota for each enterprise segments and according to the segments of starting were; book keeping and accounting (49%), preparing bills or invoices for customers (38%) and other activities.

Rural development programs in bangladesh 1. Presented by MD. SAHED KHAN RSJD01M TABASSUM WAHID RSJD02M 2. Process of improving the quality of life and economic wellbeing of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas According to World Bank (), “Rural development is a strategy designed to improve the economic and social life of a.

Huber DH, Khan AR. Contraceptive distribution in Bangladesh villages: the initial impact. Stud Fam Plann ; doi: / pmid: Khan AR, Huber DH. Safety of contraceptive practice as compared to non-contraception. Bangladesh Med J ; 6: The success and failure of alternative strategies for community-based distribution of contraception in the Navrongo Project.

American Public Health Association th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. Contraceptive distribution in Bangladesh villages: The initial impact. Studies in Family Planning, 10, – PubMed Buy this book on. " women used the injectable contraceptive agent medroxyprogesterone acetate for up to 3 years.

The programme was conducted by a rural health centre with detailed follow-up. While the continuation-rate, 56% after 1 year, compared favourably with that of other contraceptive methods in Bangladesh, at least half the women experienced troublesome menstrual side-effects and there were.

Rural Development planned change towards the improvement of the economic and social lifestyle of the rural poor through increased production, equitable distribution of resources, and empowerment.

In general, a planned change can be of two major kinds, rural institution building and advancement in technology. Although agricultural development constitutes a major part of it, rural development is. The study was conducted to identify selected programmatic factors relating to low contraceptive-use in a low-performing rural sub-district in Sylhet division of Bangladesh.

A cross-sectional survey was carried out among currently-married women of reproductive age (MWRA) (15–49 years). To estimate the association between current contraceptive-use and other selected. This paper analyzed the association of social networks with contraceptive use using both structural and attitudinal properties of social networks.

Data were collected from seven villages in rural Bangladesh by face-to-face interviews using a structured questionnaire (N=). Sociometric data and the centrality positions of women in their social networks were analyzed as proxies for structural.

Distribution of empowerment indicators among married women in selected rural areas of Bangladesh. On the second self-esteem indicator (the woman thinks she should be involved in various household decisions) the modal value was also the highest score of 10 (should be involved in all 10 household decisions) and was reported by 43% of respondents.

A case study of contraceptive introduction: domiciliary depot-medroxyprogesterone acetate services in rural Bangladesh S.J. Segal, A.O. Tsui, S.M. Rogers (Eds.), Demographic and Programmatic Consequences of Contraceptive Innovations, Plenum. Bangladesh, a family planning and maternal and child health (FPMCH) program along these lines was introduced in Field workers visited all women of childbearing age approximately every two weeks with contraceptive services, supplies, and advice.

Additional child and maternal health services were added over time. Male participation in contraceptive use in rural area was hard to describe (Bangladesh demographic and health survey (BDHS) (5,10, 11).

Women's fertility decision is quite difficult. Contraceptive use was lower among Muslims, living in rural areas and Sylhet Division. Contraceptive methods. A report found that the pill remains the most widely used contraceptive method (27%) followed by injectables (12%), condoms (6%) and female sterilization (5%).

The use of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) peaked at 30% in. Rahman, A., and S. Mosherraf Hossain, "Impact of Grameen Bank operations on the level, composition and distribution of income and expenditure of the rural poor," Grameen Bank evaluation Project Working Paper No.

5 (Dhaka: Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, Agriculture and Rural Development Division, ). all of the rural poor dispersed throughout Bangladesh, prices in the social marketing program have always been set very low.

The Bangladesh social marketing proj-ect is a very large and mature program. Begun inthe project has been liber-ally funded by USAID, and became the second-largest social marketing effort in. The observed percentages for the use of contraceptives are shown in Figure 2, which illustrates the trends in the distribution of contraceptive methods across the survey years among sexually active women in Bangladesh.

It can be observed that overall contraceptive use among the respondents who had only daughters increased from to The study on the Bangladesh Rural Advance Committee’s (brac) FP program in some low-performing sub-districts and hard-to-reach areas in Habiganj found that the shortage of field staff and staff drop-outs played a major role in the low use of contraception.

This study further reported that uneven distribution of work and the high worker. The Matlab family planning-health services project. Bhatia S, Mosley WH, Faruque AS, Chakraborty J. PIP: Major modifications in the field structure and program activities of a simple contraceptive distribution program in rural Bangladesh demanded a more elaborate infrastructure to provide an increased range of methods and services.

Distribution of Oral Contraceptive Users by Brand Used According to Place of Residence Distribution or Oral Contraceptive Users by Quintile, According to the Four. This article investigates socioeconomic correlates of contraceptive use and method choice in rural Bangladesh. To meet the objectives of the study, the authors used nationally representative Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey data.

The findings indicate that contraceptive prevalence rate among currently married nonpregnant women was 61%. The contraceptive prevalence rate increased by 24–27% in 8 months in the project areas. Men supported modern contraceptives once they understood contraceptive safety, effectiveness and non-harmful side-effects.

Injectable contraceptives contributed most to increases in contraceptive. The objectives of this article are to describe the coverage and content of ANC contacts in the context of rural Bangladesh.

Methods A community-based, cross-sectional household survey was conducted in two sub-districts of Netrokona district, Bangladesh in A total of women with a recent birth outcome were interviewed.

By analysing a national level household sample survey data collected from the female recipients of collateral-free loans of three relatively large rural development agencies in Bangladesh-GB, BRAC, and BRDB-the present study shows that the participation in income-generating projects by poor rural women had been associated with their increased level of contraceptive use.

A Study on Acceptance of Contraceptive Device Among Female in A Rural Area of Bangladesh and Its Relation with Their Educational Level December DOI: /cmoshmcj.v17i Bangladesh between and as part of a larger study of transformations in women’s status and reproductive norms in Bangladesh.

4 Three of these villages are in northern Bangladesh, in Rangpur Dis-trict, and three are in the west—two in Magura District and one in Faridpur Dis-trict.

At the time of the interviews, one vil. [Show full abstract] contraceptive distribution projects in Pakistan are used to determine contraceptive prevalence over month periods.

An independent professional team conducted an. Increasing Postpartum Contraception in Rural India: Evaluation of a Community-Based Behavior Change Communication Intervention June International perspectives on sexual and reproductive. “The Influence of Quality of Care Upon Contraceptive Use in Rural Bangladesh,” Studies in Family Plann no.

4 (): Robert E. Lande, “Performance Improvement,” Population Reports, Series J, no. 52 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University School of. Percentage distribution of women who reported use of any contraceptive method during the reference month in both surveys, by method reported as currently used inaccording to method reported in for month of baseline interview, Rural Bangladesh.

Looking at contraceptive use in the month of interview, or current use, the leading method of contraception in the United States during was the oral contraceptive pill, used by   Community-based distribution (CBD) programs are the optimum way of reaching people in rural areas of developing countries where conventional methods of delivery do not exist or fail.

CBD programs are needed to meet the needs for contraception in rural communities and isolated city neighborhoods in developing countries. Matlab was an upazila of the Chandpur District of the Chittagong Division, Bangladesh. Inthe administrative area was subdivided into Matlab Dakshin Upazila and Matlab Uttar Upazila.

The Matlab Health and Demographic Surveillance Site (HDSS) was established in by the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, (icddr,b, former Pakistan SEATO Cholera Research. The analyses involve two data sources from Bangladesh: (1) census and vital event data from the Matlab Demographic Surveillance System (DSS) and (2) birth and pregnancy history data from the Matlab Demographic and Health Survey (MDHS).

Each is now described. The Matlab DSS Matlab, a rural sub-district in southeastern Bangladesh, is. The study of SANEM and MFO also revealed that 71 per cent employed family planning strategies, with 52 per cent using contraceptive pills.

Some 30 per cent resorted to contraceptive injections, 9 per cent used condoms, 7 per cent relied on ‘traditional methods’ while others used intrauterine devices and implants, or went for permanent surgery.The project is comprised of two components: Component One: Provision of about million service connections to rural consumers.

Component Two: Upgrading two grid substations and the conversion of 85 km overhead distribution lines into underground cables in north Dhaka.