4 edition of Implementing a reproductive health agenda in India found in the catalog.
by Population Council, South & East Asia--Regional Office in New Delhi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editor, Saroj Pachauri ; technical editor, Sangeeta Subramanian ; assisted by Stina Almroth ; production coordinator, Anjali Nayyar.|
|Contributions||Pachauri, Saroj, 1936-, Subramanian, Sangeeta., Almroth, S., Population Council. South & East Asia--Regional Office.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.I5 I456 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 608 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||608|
|LC Control Number||99938312|
and Newborn Health, presents evidence of the effect of community mobilization in reducing newborn mortality. A complementary manual, How to Mobilize Communities for Improved Maternal and Newborn Health, provides the organizing framework and guidance for implementing MNH-focused community mobilization initiatives. In addition to. Global Health Security Agenda CDC is working with Kenya to improve their ability to prevent, detect and respond to infectious disease threats. This work helps meet the U.S. commitment to assist at least 31 countries in reaching the targets outlined in the Global Health Security Agenda.
In her book Reproductive Restraints: Birth Control in India, , historian Sanjam Ahluwalia, of Northern Arizona University, explains the evolution of her views through her research into the history of birth control and contraception in India. Hoping to document how Indian women triumphantly wrested control of their own bodies and. Advancing reproductive health as a human right: Progress toward safe Women’s reproductive health in India. Jaipur: Prem Rawat for Rawat Publications. pp. – Government of Philippines. Implementing a reproductive health agenda in india: the beginning.
The Guttmacher-Lancet Commission on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights — a collaboration of global health, development and human rights experts from around the world — called on. Breaking Through the Development Silos: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Millennium Development Goals and Gender Equity, is a collection of case studies from Mexico, India and Nigeria. Learn how certain national poverty reduction strategies i.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Implementing a reproductive health agenda in India. New Delhi: Population Council, South & East Asia--Regional Office, © Health systems and individuals can take a number of actions to safeguard reproductive health. These actions differ from many other health interventions in that the motivation for their use is not necessarily limited to better health and involves cultural and societal norms.
Irrespective of these additional considerations, these interventions have important health by: 1. Reproductive Health Agenda in India: The Beginning,Saroj Pachauri (ed.), New Delhi: Population Council.
In addition, two workshops organised by the Population Council, Research Related to Male Involvement in Reproductive Health and Contraceptive Use, (Baroda, India, April May 7. Under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, a woman in India can legally obtain an abortion if her pregnancy carries the risk of grave physical injury, endangers her mental health, is the result of contraceptive failure (in a married woman) or rape, or is likely to produce a child with physical or mental abnormalities.1 Legal abortions may be obtained through more t approved.
Mavalankar, D.V. ()."Promoting Safe Motherhood Programme in India: Issues and Challenges", in Implementing Reproductive Health Agenda in India: The Beginning, Saroj Pachauri (Ed.).Population Council, New Delhi, pp Mavalankar, D.V., Vora K., Sharma S.
()."Current problems of family welfare programme administration and principles and techniques of management applicable to. A Research and Advocacy Agenda for India.
Authors: Satia, Jay, Chauhan, Kavita Her previous work at CARE India integrated planning, and implementing strategies related to reproductive health needs of communities with special focus on young people.
At Futures Group Inc., under the global POLICY Project, she formulated HIV/AIDS policy. Implementing reproductive health agenda in India: the beginning.
New Delhi: Population Council, Pai Panandikar, V. A., et al. Family planning under the emergency policy: implications of incentives and disincentives.
New Delhi: Radiant. Patel, Tulsi. Fertility behaviour: population and society in a Rajasthan village. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in India Summary: In Januaryup to 53 women underwent a sterilization procedure in Bihar, India, at a sterilization camp managed by an NGO which had been granted accreditation by the District Health Society, apparently without following any formal, transparent process.
The fear that private sector health care providers and insurance firms would benefit most from the current UHC model was realized when the initial SDG indicator on UHC was finalized, which stated: "Number of people covered by health insurance or a public health system per 1, population” (indicator ).
Agenda 21 – and the recent ones Agenda and Agenda – is a plan to depopulate 95% of the world population by It is an action plan devised by the U.N. and signed by governments.
Its goal is the depopulation of humanity because “we are too many”. Agenda 21 also calls for "achieving a more sustainable population." This is not a call for a plague or other fictional de-population techniques, but rather urging governments to expand access to education, birth control and family planning and sexual and reproductive health-care services.
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Evaluation of a Rural Community Health Program. Women’s Work and Child Health. Pachauri S (Ed), “Implementing a Reproductive Health Agenda in India: The Beginning,” Population Council, Rebecca J Cook (Ed), “Human Rights of Women: National and International Perspectives,” University of Pennsylvania Press, Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy aims to enhance SRH status of adolescents in Kenya and contribute towards realization of their full potential in national development.
The Policy intends to bring adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights issues into the country’s mainstream health and development agenda. James Macharia. INDIA HABITAT CENTER, NEW DELHI, INDIA MEETING OBJECTIVES AGENDA Gain a deeper understanding of evidence and practice in building adolescent agency and engaging men and boys implementing sexual and reproductive health projects targeting Adolescents and Youth.
It also involves engaging men and boys in ways that address their reproductive health needs and that support women’s and girls’ family planning and reproductive health decision-making. While programming that embodies a gender-transformative approach has grown over the past two decades, most of these programs remain small in scale.
challenges for the new agenda. With regard to health, deliberate action will be required to influence governance full database and SDG sections of the Global Health Observatory.3 Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health Multiple targets in SDG 3 and other goals refer to reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health.
These. 1. Overview. Population gained acceptance as an environmental issue in the late s and early s, following the publication of Paul Erlich's book The Population Bomb (Ehrlich ) and the celebration of the first ‘Earth Day’.Yet, more than 30 years later, population seems to have largely dropped off the environmental movement's agenda, owing at least in part to three factors: (i.
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Covering million people Maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) is the largest component of 3MDG’s activities, covering maternal and newborn health, child health, immunization, nutrition, and health promotion. The purpose is to support township health planning and service delivery in order to scale-up and strengthen access to health services.For a truly equitable health-care system that serves every patient’s reproductive health-care needs, we must demand a well-funded national health service, the repeal of all state abortion restrictions, and the dissolution of for-profit hospitals that create a tiered system of health-care access and exploit religious freedom laws to refuse to.
Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH): Key Global Public Health Agenda in SDG Era Chapter (PDF Available) .