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Regional report on interaction between clients and grassroots family planning workers

Regional report on interaction between clients and grassroots family planning workers

implications for programme performance.

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Published by Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, United Nations, New York in [Bangkok] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Asia,
    • Family services -- Asia,
    • Social workers -- Asia

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesAsian population studies series ;, no. 117
      ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.A8 R47 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 77 p. ;
      Number of Pages77
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1065450M
      LC Control Number93917070

      Findings highlight the impact of poverty on family planning decisions, and therefore, future research should explore interventions for access to family planning services in rural settings. Social workers are uniquely adept to provide international social services to underserved populations and consequently, should be engaged in international. FAMILY PLANNING Available resources on rights-based programming for family planning vary in purpose, structure, scope and detail. They offer different frameworks and guidance; some are more comprehensive and programmatic than others. Faced with an abundance of resource documents, family planning stakeholders need help in decidingFile Size: KB.

      Suggested Citation:"The Political Setting for Decisions on Family Planning."National Research Council. Resource Allocation for Family Planning in Developing Countries: Report of a gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /   The past few days at the International Conference on Family Planning in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia have been fantastic in highlighting an array of voices, perspectives, commitments, and calls to action from a number of organizations, foundations, private sector representatives, and individuals. Large, international conferences such as this one are important to bring people together, create [ ].

      4 Three Successful Sub-Saharan Africa Family Planning Programs A second major common theme among the three countries in the DHS reports involves demand and unmet need. The overall demand for family planning in all three countries has increased in recent years, and even with this increase, unmet need has declined steadily (see Figure 2).File Size: 1MB.   Quality of care means that the needs of the clients in the context of their personal life should be the major determinant of the behavior of the providers and the goal of the programs. Since family planning has been recognized as a right of individuals and couples, quality of care can be focused as a right of the client. Ten rights of family planning clients have been outlined by the Cited by:


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Get this from a library. Regional report on interaction between clients and grassroots family planning workers: implications for programme performance. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.;].

Author(s): United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Title(s): Regional report on interaction between clients and grassroots family planning workers: implications for programme performance.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, New York, United Nations, Description: [5], 77 p. Participate in outreach, when possible. Do not ask clients, even young clients, to get someone else’s permission to use family planning or a certain family planning method.

Principle 4: Acceptable information and services. What you can do: Be friendly and welcoming, and help make your facility that way. Put yourself in the client’s shoes. Utilizing grassroots workers in family planning programs in India: prospects and problems.

Mani SB. In order to rapidly expand the network of delivery systems and speed up the process of acceptance of family planning messages and methods, a shift took place in the Indian family planning program from the bureaucratic "clinical" approach to the Author: Mani Sb.

Regional report on interaction between clients and grassroots family planning work-ers: implications for programme performance. Pub. Order No. ST/ESCAP/ Asian Population Studies Series, No. iii, 77 pp. Bangkok, Thailand. In Eng. This report is the product of an ESCAP study on the ability of workers in family planning programs to.

to promote or restore a mutually beneficial interaction between individuals and society in order to improve the quality of life for everyone social workers and clients analyze information about the clients' situations, select intervening strategies and identify the resources needed to resolve the presenting issues family planning.

1- Transactions between and among clients, family members, friends, and other systems. in the immediate environment.

2-Focusing on functioning at different points in their life cycle. Meaning that adolescence has diff problems than adulthood.

3- Specific problems can be the focus of the assessment. Between andAPC worked closely with a number of East African FBOs and CBOs to advance family planning in last-mile communities. Along with colleagues from these organizations and USAID, in September the project held a consultative workshop, “Voices of Experience,” to harvest the wisdom of individuals and groups working in this area and to inform new activities and possible.

Study design. A community-based cross sectional household survey was conducted to investigate unmet need for family planning, factors affecting unmet need and total demand for family planning in Kassala State, Eastern Sudan between 1 st May and 31 st July Random selection of three villages with different distance (not less than 10 km) from Kassala, the capital city of the State Cited by:   The Family Planning Annual Report and Health Information Technology (Health IT) Initiative (FPAR ) This annual reporting requirement is for family planning services delivery projects authorized and funded under the Population Research and Voluntary Family Planning Programs (Section of Title X of the Public Health Service Act, 42 United Author: Office of Population Affairs.

The United States has the highest unintended pregnancy rate relative to other Western countries (Division of Reproductive Health, ). Mothers and children of unintended births face increased risk of substantial physical and social problems (Brown & Eisenberg, ; Gold, ). The high unintended pregnancy rate in the U.S.

is primarily due to the lack of consistent contraceptive use by. United Nations Foundation Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite Washington, DC Tel: () [email protected] Rights-based family planning is an approach to developing and implementing programs that aims to fulfill the rights of all individuals to choose whether, when, and how many children to have; to act on those choices through high-quality sexual and reproductive health services, information, and education; and to access those services free from discrimination, coercion, and violence.

New clients at our clinics need to fill in a form and will be given a pamphlet which details your rights as a Family Planning client. Information about you - Client registration form When you visit one of our clinics for the first time, you will be asked to fill in a Client Registration form.

In America, although the birth control movement did not take hold until the 20th century, the s were an important time for family planning. Ina white American woman bore an average of children. Bythat number wasand byit had plummeted to Clearly, Americans had to have been practicing family planning.

The politics of family planning. A Family Planning report finds more than 30% of women and girls in eastern and southern Africa are now using a modern method of contraception.

Family planning (FP) is one of the most cost-effective and beneficial investments in global health. Addressing unmet need, by providing FP to women who do not wish to become pregnant, dramatically reduces the number of unwanted pregnancies and abortions.

Until recently, data about men's family planning knowledge, attitudes and practices were scarce. Most large-scale family planning surveys—the knowledge, attitudes and practice surveys; the World Fertility Surveys; the Contraceptive Prevalence Surveys; and the first round of the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS)1—included only women and focused on determinants of their contraceptive use.

To ensure you receive your rights we will treat you in the following way when you visit one of our clinics, use our services or take part in a teaching or research project.

Right 1 – Respect. You will always be treated with respect. This includes respect for your culture, values and beliefs, as well your personal privacy.

Right 2 – Fair. Mott FL and Mott S, Household fertility decisions in West Africa: a comparison of male and female survey results, Studies in Family Planning,16(2) 2.

Kamal N, Inter-spousal communication on family planning as a determinant of the use of modern contraception in Bangladesh, Journal of Family Welfare,45(1); Lozare BV, Communication between couples and decision-making. Mosher, ). Due in part to the NASW position on family planning, social workers are in a key position for providing family planning information to clients.

This study investigates the barriers that social workers face in providing family planning information to their clients through the use of a survey questionnaire. The questionnaire includes.family planning clients and provide the various family planning methods. Direction for using the module 1.

Do the pretest for core module for your category in section of the core module. 2. Read the core module thoroughly and then the satellite module of your respective category. 3.NTENT TO USE A FAMILY PLANNING METHOD IN THE NEXT. MONTHS. Key Indicator FP-E: Proportion of women who are not currently using a family planning method, but plan to in the next 12 months [Location and year].

{N = Q = 2 (minus women who report a hysterectomy)} Indicator % (n) women. Future intent to use family planning in next