Family planning program

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  • Women’s movements like International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo and Women’s conference in Beijing sought to mainstream reproductive health and gender issues in the development discourse to establish women’s rights, ameliorate their poor health status and to empower them (International Conference on population and Development, 1994; Beijing declaration and Platform for action, 1995).

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  • Subsequently, the 1996 Nepal Family Health Survey, the 2001 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey and the 2006 Nepal Demographic and Health surveys were conducted. This trend report discusses key findings from these three DHS surveys in Nepal. All three Nepal DHS surveys sampled nationally representative populations, were conducted by the same organization (New ERA Ltd.), and managed by the same core group of survey personnel.

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  • Texas operates a family planning program for more than one hundred thousand low- income women called the Women’s Health Program (WHP); it is currently administered under a waiver from the Medicaid program. Earlier this year, the state adopted a policy to exclude family planning clinics that are Planned Parenthood affiliates from participating in the WHP.

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  • Both Planned Parenthood and the alternative sites we interviewed typically had relationships with other local health care providers. Thus, changes that affect one set of clinics, like Planned Parenthood, may have repercussions for other providers in the communities. Clinics often refer patients for care at other facilities if they cannot provide the services themselves. For example, if a woman is diagnosed with diabetes in a WHP exam at a family planning clinic, she would be referred to a community health center or public primary care clinic for further follow- up and care.

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  • How can the obstacles to men’s participation be overcome? How can policy-makers and program managers encourage men’s participation? Most people who have studied the sub- ject agree that the two major avenues to increasing men’s participation are communication and advocacy.

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  • Population policies were first referenced in the first Five Year Plan (1956-61) that Nepal adopted. However, it was only from the Third Plan (1965-70) onwards that the policies were more extensively elaborated. Until the Eighth Plan, Nepalese population policies focused primarily on family planning programs. An enhanced integrated development approach was adopted in the Eighth (1992-97) and Ninth Plans (1997-2002).

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  • Question 1: What is human ecology? Please, draw a diagram showing relationship between Ecosystem and Social system? What are benefits for Economics to study Human Ecology? - Ecology is the science of relationships between living organisms and their environment. - Human ecology is about relationships between people and their environment. In human ecology the environment is perceived as an ecosystem - An ecosystem is everything in a specified area - the air, soil, water, living organisms and physical structures, including everything built by humans.

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  • In addition to clarifying educational outcomes as they relate to workforce needs and expectations, competencies are critical to linking course learning objectives to the SPH/PHP instructional objectives. The CEPH criteria require each SPH/PHP to state a mission that is supported by institutional goals for instruction, service and research. Goals are broad idealistic statements of how the institution’s efforts in research, service and instruction lead to the stated mission.

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  • The Qatar Supreme Council for Family Affairs (QSCFA) is charged with reviewing and proposing legislation, promoting policies, adopting plans, implementing projects and programs, enhancing the role of national institutions, and disseminating information related to all aspects of family affairs in Qatar. Its six operating

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  • The focus on priority populations (1) within a population health approach challenges public health practitioners to make the intervention more accessible, engage in outreach activities and/or to develop specifi c strategies for priority populations. Priority populations exist where evidence points to health inequities or inequalities in the social determinants of health. For example, HBHC program interactions and referral activities include both universal and targeted high-risk family interventions.

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  • Proximity. Experience implementing PPHE in two residency programs confirmed that each program requires its own director onsite. The pediatric and family medicine programs and clinics are housed at separate locations throughout Long Island, which meant that communications were sometimes delayed. The value of onsite directors is underscored by the fact that PPHE curriculum components may need to be modified since pediatrics and family medicine follow different Residency Review Committee program requirements. ...

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  • The Texas Women’s Health Program (WHP) provides family planning and preventive health services to low-income women under a Medicaid family planning waiver program. As of February 2012, the WHP provided care to about 127,000 low-income Texas women. 1 The total program cost was $35.6 million in 2011, of which the federal government paid $32 million – about 90% of the total cost -- while the state paid $3.6 million.

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  • In French-speaking African countries reproductive health services for men, including access to condoms and vasectomy services, and access to services for disease prevention and treat- ment, have been handicapped by unavailability, lack of information, cultural obstacles, and poor quality of services. Many of the obstacles that stand in the way of delivering more and better health care to women and children affect men as well. In addition, the notion that family planning has little to do with men has limited men’s access to services.

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  • Many people think of Social Security only as a retirement program. But some of the Social Security taxes you pay go toward providing survivors insurance for workers and their families. In fact, the value of the survivors insurance you have under Social Security is probably more than the value of your individual life insurance. When you die, certain members of your family may be eligible for survivors benefits. These include widows, widowers (and divorced widows and widowers), children and dependent parents....

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  • Coordination means, at a minimum, that programming within and among U.S. agencies takes advantage of each agency’s strengths, avoids duplication, and increases the efficiency and effectiveness of each dollar spent. Better coor- dination of programs and delivery platforms provides opportunities to strengthen the integration of health services at the point of delivery to meet more of the health care needs of individuals, as well as ensure satisfaction with and increase demand for those services.

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  • As individual participants in reproductive health, men face obstacles related to traditional attitudes and practices and to a lack of information and services. Overcoming social and cultural obstacles requires more educational efforts, particularly directed to youth and their parents. Research to support these efforts should identify the specific traditional attitudes that need to be addressed.

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  • Pathfinder International works with communities at the grassroots level to expand access and knowledge, stimulate acceptance, and create awareness and ownership of RH/FP services. Pathfinder has been implementing community-based programs since 1979, when it began the first community-based distribution of family planning information and commodities in Bangladesh and Kenya. In the 1980s and ’90s, Pathfinder initiated the first community-based services in Azerbaijan, Côte d’Ivoire, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda.

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  • As the program and concept of family planning grew more accepted, demand grew for other types of contraception, resulting in a pioneering project that used CHWs to deliver Depo Provera injections to their clients in their homes. The community-based distribution program proved so successful, it expanded from its initial three sites to 72 by the mid-1990s. Door-to-door delivery, however, is a costly and time-consuming approach to delivering family planning services. In 1991 Pathfinder’s projects in Bangladesh began to move toward a more sustainable village-based depot approach.

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  • In a dynamic admissions landscape, one of the primary drivers of admissions success is static and unchanging—an effective, error-free application. While it may seem rudimentary, applicants are encouraged to thoroughly proofread their applications for careless errors and enlist trusted friends, family, colleagues or a skilled admissions consultant to do the same to avoid the number one most common application faux pas. Applicants also need to resist the temptation to copy and paste material from one appli- cation to another, or to decide that an essay is “good enough.

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  • Increasing men’s participation also is a high priority for the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF/Africa), which tries to reach men in their communities, in workplaces and schools, in hotels and bars, and through social marketing, as well as with clinical services. Lessons learned from IPPF experience suggests that men are not opposed to family planning or to contraception but need to receive more information, along with community support and support from employers and opinion leaders.

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