Reproductive behavior in households of rural Gujarat

social, economic, and community factors
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Concept , New Delhi
Birth control -- India -- Gujarat., Fertility, Human -- India -- Guj

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India, Guj

StatementRichard Anker, Martha Anker.
ContributionsAnker, Martha.
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LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.I5 A76 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 140 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3146602M
LC Control Number82900701

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Anker, M. Anker. Country of Publication: India Publisher: New Delhi. Almost 80% of rural Indians saw their work coming to a standstill during the COVID lockdown, with only 20% getting work under the Centre’s employment guarantee scheme, according to a. Dr. Diana Atwine, the Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary, has pointed out the need for all families and households to table and discuss matters as concerns adolescent, youth and reproductive health issues regardless of rural or urban set ups.

Atwine made these remarks while addressing attendees during the Reproductive, Maternal, New-born and Child Adolescent. This study examined the effects of four sets of factors on use of curative health services among rural women living in Gujarat, India.

The sets of factors analyzed were as follows: (1) the demographic characteristics of the women; (2) the characteristics of the household in which they lived; (3) the characteristics of the environment in which they lived; and (4) the price and convenience of care.

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While probably atypical of rural India as a whole, these rates suggest that sexual activity among unmarried adolescents in rural areas may not be as rare as is often believed. Francis et al.'s study of school girls in Delhi observed that most frequent source of information on reproductive facts was books (%) followed by friends (%) in contrast to our study where television was the most common source of information followed by books and teachers.

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Table The health care-seeking behavior and knowledge of reproductive health among rural adolescent girls Variables Frequency Percent Health Care-Seeking Behavior Household remedy 74 Over the counter drugs 16 8. It is believed that the “scissors difference” of socioeconomics between rural and urban households in typical municipalities of China is significant.

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Ciaraldi, Ushma D. Upadhyay. The mental health of rural children is closely related to their household characteristics, with household income level as one of the important influencing factors. In general, improvement in household income level is deemed to play an important role in promoting children’s mental health.

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In rural Gujarat, the female work participation rate fell from 43 per cent in to 32 per cent inworsening further to 28 per cent in Urban Gujarat, too, saw a steady but.

Results: Out of 51 women in rural areas, 27 (53%) and among 51 women in urban areas, 35 (69%) were identified having RTI/STI. In total, the prevalence of trichomoniasis was found to be 41% by culture, 22% by wet mount, and 16% by Gram staining among urban women, while trichomoniasis among rural women was found to be 27% by culture, 18% by wet mount, and 14% by Gram staining.

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“An Evaluation of the utilization of reproductive and child health services provided by government to the rural community of Anand District, Gujarat” in the Indian Journal of Public Health,OctoberVol. 53, No. 4, pp i BIBLIOGRAPHY Books Ajith, and Subha Ray (), “Social Dimensions of Health”, Rawat Publications, New Delhi Babu B.V and Kasuma Y.S (), “Tribal Health Problems- some social perspectives”, Health Dynamics and Marginalised Communities, Mohammad Akram (edt).

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