5 edition of Male Attitudes Toward Family Planning found in the catalog.
Male Attitudes Toward Family Planning
Nesha Z. Haniff
December 1989 by International Planned Parenthood Federation .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||82|
Male involvement in family planning (FP) means male-only clinic in Nairobi, where specially trained male service providers and counselors make men feel welcome Attitudes Towards Family Planning There is a strong belief that attitudes and biases held. Jan 01, · This paper examines the fertility attitudes of Ghanaian male government employees. Most fertility/family planning research in Ghana has focused on women to the neglect of men. In an attempt to bridge the knowledge gap between female and male fertility attitudes, this paper investigated four dimensions: 1) perceptions of population problems Cited by: 6. the benefits of male engagement. Evidence also shows that addressing services are typically targeted toward women. As a result, family planning clinics may be seen as potentially uncomfortable or inappropriate spaces for men. For example, in Bangladesh, behavior and gender-related attitudes had one or more of the following features: n.
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Identifying individuals’ attitudes and behaviors toward the family planning, completing missing information and correcting false information are important to be able to provide an effective family planning service and for planning the training and consultancy services to be given to the lowdowntracks4impact.com: Nazli Sensoy, Yasemin Korkut, Selcuk Akturan, Mehmet Yilmaz, Canan Tuz, Bilge Tuncel.
ATTITUDES OF MARRIED MEN TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING JOHN T. AROKIASAMY SUMMARY This is a study of married men as to their attitudes to family planning. Most of the respondents approved offamily planning.
There is a reluctance to plan families before the first child. more among the Malays than among the Indians. Majority ofthe respondents. Oct 17, · Topics on this page: Male Family Planning Services | Approaches to Male Involvement in Family Planning.
Male Family Planning Services. The Title X family planning program is required by law to provide family Male Attitudes Toward Family Planning book services, including information, education, counseling and clinical services to all individuals desiring such services, including lowdowntracks4impact.com: Office of Population Affairs.
Important family planning methods—male condoms and vasectomy—are used by men. Men also have their own sexual and reproductive health needs and concerns—in particular regarding sexually transmitted infections (STIs)—which deserve the attention of the health care system and providers.
Apr 23, · Clearly, male-involvement in family planning has positively affected contraceptive use and has caused an overall decline in fertility in the developing world.
Men's fertility preferences and attitudes towards family planning seem to influence their wives attitudes towards the use of modern contraceptives. Therefore, programs that attempt to. Context. Jordan has begun to Male Attitudes Toward Family Planning book a strategy of targeting men for family planning services.
However, little is known about Jordanian men's knowledge of and attitudes toward issues related to birthspacing and contraception.
Attitudes toward family planning counseling Family planning counseling was one of the topics that triggered the most lively discussion among providers and the population.
All the doctors declared that counseling on family planning is an essential part of their jobs and therefore they provide it. They also stated that at almost every visit. Sep 01, · Conclusion.
It was found that the attitudes of the women towards family planning were at a good level, nearly half of the women were using an effective method, and the level of education, number of pregnancies, unwillingness to have another child in the future, having information about contraceptive methods and using some contraceptive method had influenced family planning lowdowntracks4impact.com by: 5.
Family planning attitudes of women and affecting factors the rate of 36% having one male child may affect the attitude of Studies have found an association between attitudes toward family.
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Another report presented a review of literature on male attitudes and behaviors concerning family planning and male initiatives in Africa.
The results indicated that men often have positive attitudes toward family planning, but women believe that their husband disapproves of family planning. Another report presented a review of literature on male attitudes and behaviors concerning family planning and male initiatives in Africa.
The results indicated that men often have positive attitudes toward family planning, but women believe that their husband disapproves of family lowdowntracks4impact.com by: Family Planning Knowledge, Attitudes And Practices of Males in llorin, Nigeria "Although the use of contraceptives among [lilorin] men in our study was limited, favorable attitudes toward family planning and a willingness to use contraceptives have clearly emerged, probably recently, among some of.
Male Knowledge, Attitude, and Family Planning Practices in Northern Nigeria This paper examines the linkages between socioeconomic characteristics, attitudes, and familial contraceptive use. Past family planning programs in Nigeria have been mainly directed toward lowdowntracks4impact.com by: ence on men’s knowledge and attitudes toward family planning, couples’ commu-nication, and contraceptive use among a sample of young couples in Jharkhand, India.
family planning. – Male participant, Deoghar of their reproductive and sexual health and have a higher knowledge of family planning methods. Educating men on.
To improve the demand and supply for family planning services in this region, there is need to invest a substantial amount of effort into sensitization of women on the relevance of CHWs in.
“The primary goal of a righteous parent who has a daughter is to minimize the number of boys and men for whom their daughter will have willingly opened her legs come her wedding day; the closer to zero, the more righteous they will seem.”.
Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards family planning among women in the rural southern region of Jordan A.I. Mahadeen, 1 A.O. Khalil, A.M. Hamdan-Mansour,2 T. Sato 3 and A. Imoto 3 ABSTRACT Data about family planning among women in rural and remote areas of Jordan are lacking.
This study. Jun 22, · Free Online Library: Attitudes toward and use of knowledge about family planning among Ghanaian men.(Report) by "International Journal of Men's Health"; Health, general Contraceptives Usage Contraceptives industry Decision making Decision-making Family planning Methods Social aspects Husband and wife Evaluation Husband-wife relations Sexual behavior.
Oct 06, · Family planning is choosing the number of children in a family and the length of time between their births. Family planning is sometimes used as a synonym for the use of birth control, however, it often includes a wide variety of methods, and practices that are not birth control.
It is most usually applied to a female-male couple who wish to. Knowledge and attitude towards family planning among first year students at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of We wanted to investigate the knowledge of and attitudes toward family planning among first year students at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Buenos with % of male and % of female participants being.
Sep 01, · Hence, this is a descriptive study designed to assess the knowledge and attitude of men towards vasectomy as a method of family planning in Okada community, Edo state.
Accidental sampling technique was used to select married men and questionnaire was lowdowntracks4impact.com by: 6. Aug 11, · Northern Uganda was severely affected by two decades of civil war that led to the displacement and encampment of an estimated million inhabitants.
The objective of this study was to assess community perspectives, attitude and factors that influence use of family planning (FP) services in post conflict Gulu district. We conducted a cross sectional study using multistage sampling technique.
This paper presents the findings of a qualitative assessment aimed at exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding family planning and factors that influence the need for and use of modern contraceptives. A descriptive exploratory study was conducted with married women and men aged between 15 and Overall, 24 focus group discussions were conducted with male and female Cited by: attitudes that support family planning use.
Inequitable gender norms hinder family planning. Women are often not valued as equal partners in a relationship, yet contraceptive use is seen as a woman’s responsibility.
Meanwhile, men are not usually targeted for family planning services and information, yet they are often the decision-makers. on partner attitudes and behavior, and male involvement in the family planning process. The primary goal of this research is to explore the male's role (or lack of it) in family planning.
A further goal is to increase awareness among practitioners in the field and among the general public, regarding the importanceAuthor: Patricia Long Burnet, Rhonda Lee Jack, Kathleen Margaret Leeson. Social norms, contraception and family planning 3 opposition by a partner, male dominance in decision-making, and misinformation.
One study found a positive relationship between contraceptive use among men with more equitable attitudes toward women. Early marriage, childbirth, child.
This book is intended as an aid to substance that all health workers interested in becoming more effective practitioners will consult on many occasions during their clinical practice.
It provides views that the readers can test their experiences against. Factors Affecting the Attitudes of Women toward Family Planning. By Nazli Sensoy. 2 Male Family Planning Research Project INTRODUCTION The Male Family Planning Research Project, –represented the third round of research on this topic funded through the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Office of Family Planning (OFP) as part of the national Title X Family Planning Program. This. Onono M, Guzé MA, Grossman D, Steinfeld R, Bukusi EA, Shade S, Cohen CR, Newmann lowdowntracks4impact.comating family planning and HIV services in western Kenya: the impact on HIV-infected patients' knowledge of family planning and male attitudes toward family planning.
Dec 02, · Men’s participation is crucial to the success of family planning programs and women’s empowerment and associated with better outcomes in reproductive health such as contraceptive acceptance and continuation, and safer sexual behaviors.
Limited choice and access to methods, attitudes of men towards family planning, perceived fear of side-effects, poor quality of available Cited by: Family planning is defined by WHO as, “a way of thinking and living that is adopted voluntarily, upon the basis of knowledge, attitudes and responsible decisions by individuals and couples, in order to promote the health and welfare of family groups and thus contribute effectively to the social development of.
The Role of Men in Family Planning: An Examination of Men's Knowledge and Attitude to Contraceptive Use through them, their wives, toward family planning. This study is, therefore, significant because, for any population control activity to be effective, there is a male status and attitudes.
The data needed for this study were collected. May 26, · Public health officials have advocated the involvement of men as a strategy for addressing the dismal performance of family planning (FP) programmes. This study was therefore designed to explore the challenges and determine way forward to male involvement in FP in Olorunda Local Government Area, Osogbo, Nigeria.
This cross-sectional study involved the use of a four-stage Cited by: Planning the Family in Egypt. Book Description: In this ethnographic study, the author examines the policies and practices of family planning programs in Egypt to see how an elitist, Western-informed state attempts to create obliging citizens.
How does widespread labor migration to foreign countries affect attitudes toward family planning. 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 needs for family planning choice as related to their holy book; community leaders should discourage the habit of not having family planning choice in their cultural norms.
The topic “attitude of African women towards family planning” is as exciting as they are controversial and dust raising all over the world. It has for long remained a. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) of Family Planning among Married Women in Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia Vong SREYTOUCH1 Graduate Student, Ritsumeikan Asia Paciﬁ c University Abstract Realizing the benefits of family planning, the government of Cambodia, along with other international organizations, has prioritized the family.
Apr 01, · Male involvement in family planning is an instance of behavior change. The Transtheoretical Model of behavior change was used to examine men’s involvement in general contraception and intrauterine device (IUD) use by their wives.
Men Attitudes toward Family Planning: A Pilot Study in Two Communes of Northern Vietnam. Population Council Cited by: Family planning has become a major strategy of population control both at the national and global level.
Yet, population growth in Nigeria remains high especially in rural areas due partly to lack of adequate knowledge and poor perception about the need to utilize family planning lowdowntracks4impact.com by: 3.
Feb 22, · Women in Katine are are asking government and other development partners to join hands to find ways to ensure that men take more of an interest in family planning if .Mar 05, · Decision-making on contraceptive use is the shared responsibility of men and women.
Effective development and implementation of male-involvement family planning initiatives should address barriers to men’s supportive participation in reproductive health, including addressing men's negative beliefs regarding contraceptive services.Oct 09, · Promotion of family planning has been shown to reduce poverty, hunger, maternal and infant mortality, and contribute to women’s empowerment.
But many resource-limited countries still have very low rates of contraceptive use. The present study aimed to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among women living in a resource-poor rural setting.
We conducted a cross.