3 edition of Male involvement in reproductive health and family planning found in the catalog.
Male involvement in reproductive health and family planning
Workshop on Male Involvement in Reproductive Health and Family Planning (2002 Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Proceedings of a Workshop on Male Involvement in Reproductive Health and Family Planning, Dhaka, May 5, 2002.
|Contributions||South-South Centre, Bangladesh., United Nations Population Fund, Bangladesh.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.B3 W67 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2005318118|
the various aspects of levels and trends in family planning and the role of family planning in reproductive health. The conclusions highlight key findings and lists emerging issues and challenges in family planning and reproductive health. Data Sources This chapter draws upon published material and data. Most of the data come from theFile Size: KB. The focus on male involvement only as a means to improve women's reproductive health may cause an oversight of men's own reproductive health needs. Due to their ascribed gender roles, men tend to have little knowledge about their own physiology and health including sexual and reproductive health. 2.
Men's supportive stance is an essential component for making women's world better. There are growing debates among policymakers and researchers on the role of males in maternal health programmes, which is a big challenge in India where society is male by: all-female. The factors that influence male involvement in reproductive health emerged in two themes, namely gender norms and the traditional approaches used to implement reproductive health and family planning programs. Any strategy taken to involve men in reproductive health must therefore consider addressing these two factors. A review of the.
The diversity of pregnant women’s partnership and family arrangements, including women without partners, needs to be considered in promoting male involvement interventions. Male involvement in clinical care around the time of pregnancy, childbirth and after birth should be contingent on the approval or request of women. involve them in reproductive health and family planning issues in their community. The Ulama conducted an exhaustive search of Islamic writings, including the Koran, todevelop Reproductive Health Issues in Nigeria: The Islamic handbook outlines modern family planning and reproductive health practices (such as child spacing by.
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Male involvement in reproductive health, including family planning and sexual health (Technical report) [Cynthia P Green] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Male Involvement in Family Planning and Reproductive Health in Rural Central India ACADEMIC DISSERTATION To be presented, with the permission of the board of the School of Health Sciences of the University of Tampere, for public discussion in the Auditorium of School of Health Sciences, Medisiinarinkatu 3.
A growing consensus has emerged among policy plannersto involve males in the reproductive health (RH)programmes. One reason for this is men’s dominatingrole in the family decision process.
This is globallyacknowledged, after the International Conference onPopulation Cited by: 6. AbstractThe idea of increasing men’s participation in family planning has received periodic attention for the past 20 years, but there is no generally accepted understanding of what men’s involvement actually means.
This paper examines the gender implications of ‘male involvement’ for the staff and decision-makers of service delivery programmes, and the gender dynamics surrounding the Cited by: Domains of Male Involvement in International Family Planning and Reproductive Health Programs RH Technical/Programmatic Areas.
Safe motherhood. HIV/AIDS. Gender. Preventing violence against women. Modes and types of assistance. Program planning and evaluation. Training / information transfer / “best practices” Medical equipment File Size: 3MB. Male Involvement in Reproductive Health. male involvement in family planning.
This objective mainly conveyed the impact of the family planning intervention of this study. We recruited Author: Yemane Berhane.
Male involvement in family planning and reproductive health was measured by a simple composite index. This study revealed that male involvement in family planning is high about percent in this. This document is intended to lead program managers, planners, and decision-makers through a strategic process to identify effective investments for engaging men in efforts to improve sexual and reproductive health.
In this guide, male engagement refers to the involvement of men and boys in family planning programs across life stages, including addressing gender norms and gender equality. 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.
Decision-making dynamics around method choice followed a slightly different pattern. According to female participants, decisions regarding method choice were equally made by women or jointly, with male-dominated decisions falling last.
There are many challenges to increase male involvement in family planning by: The importance of involving men in reproductive, maternal and child health programs is increasingly recognised globally.
In the Pacific region, most maternal and child health services do not actively engage expectant fathers and fathers of young children and few studies have been conducted on the challenges, benefits and opportunities for involving by: Services for men have been relatively few and far between, as have efforts to include them as partners in services for women.
More recently, however, male involvement in reproductive health has become a popular theme among reproductive health programme designers. Programming for male involvement in reproductive health Report of the meeting of WHO Regional Advisers in Reproductive Health WHO/PAHO, Washington, DC, USA, 5–7 September The multiple decision-making roles of men in reproductive health, particularly family planning, have profound influences on women’s health .
The reported involvements among these respondents were provision of money for FP (%), accompanied wife to FP clinic (%), and discussion about FP with wife (%).Cited by: Para All leaders at all levels, as well as parents and educators, should promote positive male role models that facilitate boys to become gender-sensitive adults and enable men to support, promote and respect women’s sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, recognizing the inherent dignity of all human beings.
The term “Reproductive Health “is most often equated with one aspect of women’s lives; motherhood. Complications associated with various maternal issues are indeed major contributors to poor reproductive health among millions of women worldwide.
Half of the world’s billion women are now 15 – 49 years of Size: 1MB. Background. Whilst global recognition of the importance of male involvement in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) emanated from the International Conference on Population and Development held in Cairo , it is a relatively new concept in Papua New Guinea (PNG).In PNG women have been the principal targets of sexual and reproductive health services over the past decades Cited by: Advancing Male Engagement in Family Planning and Reproductive Health: An Advocacy Tool This tool provides an advocacy implementation plan template that helps users identify priority FP/RH decision-makers, assess their current level of familiarity with or support for male engagement, and tailor a unique advocacy goal and approach based on that decision maker’s specific priorities and spheres of influence.
10 March | New evidence on the relationship between sexual health and social context finds a strong association between gender equality, education and familyresearchers have created a dataset which brings together national surveys from 74 countries, representing 3 million women.
For the first time, it allows them to describe trends in demand/use of. increase male involvement Unsurprisingly, as men have not been a in reproductive health, including family planning. The review includes interventions implemented in the South introduction or scale up of male reproductive health services, individual or couples counseling, andFile Size: KB.
Over the last several years, research on male involvement in reproductive and maternal health care has shown incredible impacts on the health outcomes of women and newborns. For example, educating male partners about HIV in general and how it is transmitted is essential to successful.Author(s): Bridgit Adamou, Brittany S.
Iskarpatyoti, Chris B. O. Agala, and Carolina Mejia Year: Abstract: Organized family planning (FP) programs have traditionally focused primarily on women. With gender equity gaining recognition as a prerequisite for better health, more attention is being placed on deliberately engaging men, in learning about, supporting, and using FP services and.
Providers' perspectives on male involvement in family planning in the context of a cluster-randomized controlled trial evaluating integrating family planning into HIV care in Nyanza Province, Kenya. AIDS Care, Vol.
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