7 edition of origins and evolution of family planning programs in developing countries found in the catalog.
origins and evolution of family planning programs in developing countries
Judith R. Seltzer
|Statement||Judith R. Seltzer|
|Series||MR (Rand Corporation) -- MR-1276|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.D44 S45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||2001048313|
International family planning programs aim to provide women around the world, especially in developing countries, with contraceptive and reproductive services that allow them to avoid unintended pregnancies and control their reproductive choices.. In , the World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that around million women around the world wanted to avoid pregnancy but were not. The study's overall conclusion is that, for the most part, the family planning program "experiment" worked: policy and program interventions contributed substantially to the revolutionary rise of contraceptive use and to the decline in fertility that has occurred in the developing world in .
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The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries This chapter reviews two issues in the development of family planning programs that are related to human rights. The preceding discussions of the demographic rationale and the broader context of reproductive health for family planning noted the significance of.
The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries. by Judith R. Seltzer.
Related Topics: Developing Countries, Family Planning. Get this from a library. The origins and evolution of family planning programs in developing countries. [Judith R Seltzer] -- Despite widespread acceptance, family planning programs have been controversial since their inception.
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Title: The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries Author: Judith R. Seltzer Subject: This book analyzes the origins and rationale of family planning programs and how they have evolved based on experience in different country settings.
The bulk of the book consists of 23 country case studies, one per chapter, that document the promotion of family planning in these settings. The information provided is not easily accessible elsewhere and give an insider’s view into the major events that have contributed to the evolution of the programmes.
The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries. Abstract. Examines the origins of family planning programs and criticisms of these programs during four decades of existence.
Assesses the validity of the criticisms, and analyzes responses to them and to lessons learned from research on effectiveness and quality.
Access to safe, voluntary family planning is a human right. Family planning is central to gender equality and women’s empowerment, and it is a key factor in reducing poverty. Yet in developing regions, an estimated million women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using safe and effective family planning methods, for reasons ranging from lack of access to information or services to lack.
The goal of the meeting was to examine the status and interrelations of health and population programs when the organizers felt “disturbing signs of declining interest in population issues.”29 It is noteworthy that since the s, international agencies had been active in population control and family planning in less-developed countries.
Historical development of the concept It is helpful to understand the concept and to examine its origins. During the s, UNFPA established with a mandate to raise awareness about population “problems” and to assist developing countries in. The origins and evolution of family planning programs in developing coutries / Judith R.
Seltzer. “MR” Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Birth control—Developing countries—History. Federal aid to birth control—Developing countries—History. Birth control—Developing countries— Management.
“The book should not, and will not, pass unnoticed, and not just among specialists in the field of population studies proper, but well beyond those engaged in geopolitics and international relations. John May presents a thorough overview of population policies in developing countries.
This is a highly readable book. Unfortunately, many family planning programs still fall substantially short of offering clients reproductive choice and supporting their reproductive health. The Population Council takes the view that contraceptive research and development is an essential component of a.
The history of family planning is long and complicated. It dates back to the earliest days of humankind. There has never been a time when women and girls didn’t want to have control over whether, when, and how many children they would have.
Today, and every day, we take stock of how far we’ve come. And, for a moment, we celebrate the work we’ve done, the women and girls who. The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries By Judith R. Seltzer Rand, Read preview Overview Contraception across Cultures: Technologies, Choices, Constraints By Andrew Russell; Elisa J.
Sobo; Mary S. Thompson Berg, 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.
The global family planning revolution: three decades of population policies and programs (Inglês) Resumo. This volume helps fill the gap left from insufficiently archived details of family planning programs carried out in many developing countries from the s through the s of their operations, their commonalities, and their differences, with much useful.
The Family Planning and Reproductive Health Indicators Database provides a comprehensive listing of the most widely used indicators for evaluating family planning and reproductive health programs in developing countries.
The database contains definitions, data requirements, data sources, purposes, and issues for core indicators along with links to other websites and documents containing.
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Quality of care in family planning programs follows from human rights principles and should be considered a vital component of any program in developing countries.
One suggested framework includes six key elements: choice of method, information given to clients, technical competence, interpersonal relations, mechanisms for follow-up and.
Family planning programs have been in place for more than 30 years in many regions of the world. In the industrial nations whose donations and technical assistance support these programs, they have been relatively noncontroversial and have enjoyed broad political support throughout most of their history.viii Family Planning Programs For the 21st Century chapter three: Family planning services and the strengthening of health systems Family planning services in developing countries have evolved significantly since the first programs were launched in the s, when contraceptive products were limited to barrier methods.Origin and Evolution of Family Planning.
The idea of modern population control is attributed to Thomas Malthus ( – ), who in articulated his doctrine attributing virtually all major social and environmental problems to population expansion associated with the industrial revolution.
However, as a clergyman turned economist.