3 edition of Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe found in the catalog.
Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe
|Series||Zimbabwe further analysis|
|Contributions||Macro International. Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.Z55 S25 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||97175786|
In addition to these factors associated with contraceptive use, the strength of family planning programs is central to the prospects for fertility decline. Evidence reviewed in Chapter 5 demonstrates that family planning pro- grams in Botswana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe are the most well developed in Sub-Saharan Africa. Zimbabwe is one of the countries with the highest contraceptive use rates in sub-Saharan Africa, and M.T. Mbizvo et al. the total fertility rate has declined by 22% from an estimated in to in (Government of Zimbabwe, ).Cited by:
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aez & Ortega: Adolescent contraceptive use and its effects on fertility declines are due to increasing contraceptive prev alence from levels at the ﬁrst a vailable survey. “When I asked for the pills I used to use in Zimbabwe at the local clinic in KwaThema, they said they do not have them,” she says. Another one of Nancy’s customers said, “A nurse told me to go to Zimbabwe if I want those pills, because they do not have them. I can’t go to Zimbabwe just for contraceptives. They gave me other pills.
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Get this from a library. Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe: discontinuation, switching, and failure. [William Sambisa; Macro International. Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.]. Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe: discontinuation, switching, and failure.
Contraceptive Use Dynamics in Zimbabwe: Postpartum Contraceptive Behaviour (PDF, K) Order a Hard Copy: Please use electronic copies of DHS publications whenever possible.
Hardcopies of publications are intended primarily for those in developing countries where internet connections are limited or by: 3. Contraceptive Use Dynamics in Zimbabwe: Discontinuation, Switching, and Failure Author: CPY Document Author Subject: CPY Document Subject Keywords: USAID, Macro International Inc., Zimbabwe Created Date: 7/17/ PM.
Contraceptive Use Dynamics in Zimbabwe: Postpartum Contraceptive Behaviour Author: CPY Document Author Subject: CPY Document Subject Keywords: USAID, Macro International Inc., Zimbabwe Created Date: 7/15/ PM. contraceptive use dynamics, such as uptake, method mix, discontinuation, and failure.
This study uses Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data from five countries (Kenya, Lesotho. However, research on contraceptive Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe book, especially in tribal communities in Zimbabwe, point out that the practice is not only a human rights violation but has devastating effects on the community.
It denies the young women the opportunity to build families and bear as many children as their mothers did. Zimbabwe has invested massively in public infrastructure since independence in The impact of these investments on demographic outcomes is examined using household survey data matched with two community level surveys.
A woman's edu- cation is a powerful predictor of both fertility and contraceptive Size: 2MB. Today, knowledge of contraceptives is virtually universal, and the level of use of modern methods is among the highest in sub-Saharan Africa.
Still, the fertility rate in Zimbabwe remains high, and critics have charged that the family planning program is ineffective—even though there has been no systematic evaluation of the by: 1.
CONTRACEPTION /v Acknowledgements The World Health Organization (WHO) would like to thank the author of this paper, Dr R. Rivera of Family Health International, North Carolina, United States of America. The edition of the Handbook includes new WHO recommendations that expand contraceptive choices.
For example, WHO now recommends that breastfeeding women can start progestogen-only pills or contraceptive implants any time after childbirth. More contraceptive options are now included: ulipristal.
A total of 1, females responded to the survey; median (IQR) age was 21(20, 21) years, % in year 2 of study, and nearly three quarters ( %) were of Christian faith. Knowledge of any contraceptives was almost universal ( %) but only % knew about female by: Context: Increased use of contraceptives in Malawi has not translated into a commensurate reduction in fertility, but the reason is unknown.
Insight into contraceptive switching and. Addressing Women’s Contraceptive Needs in Zimbabwe. In order to prevent unintended pregnancies, it is important for reproductive health programs in Zimbabwe to address the contraceptive needs of all women—those who use contraceptives, those who do not use any contraceptive method, and those who have discontinued using contraception.
contraception, a novelty in most developing countries in the s, has become a norm in much of the world. Yet, one in 10 women globally continues to report an unmet need for family planning. Also, less is known about the dynamics of contraceptive use following the initiation of use than for contraceptive prevalence and differentials.
Contraceptive-use dynamics encompasses a wide range of contraceptive-use issues and varies across and within countries. To inform targeted interventions, the factors that influence method choice and use dynamics over the life course need to be examined.
Author(s): Sambisa,W Title(s): Contraceptive use dynamics in Zimbabwe: discontinuation, switching, and failure/ W. Sambisa. Country of Publication: United States. Department of Psychiatry – College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe, and Key words: gender power dynamics, abortion, contraceptive use.
in this light that an analysis of contraceptive use dynamics focusing on the determinants of method choice and discontinuation is useful to better guide policy and program directions.
Method Choice In general, older women who want to stop childbearing are more likely to choose permanent methodsFile Size: KB. Levels of Education, Sexual Experience, Marriage, Fertility, and Contraceptive Use Among Adolescents.
Beginning with current levels, Table presents a summary of basic cross-national DHS data on educational attainment, sexual activity, marriage, and Cited by: 1. Oral contraceptives are still used a lot in Zimbabwe, during the long phase women are protected against pregnancy by breastfeeding, boosting the contraceptive .Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. This study was carried out as part of a larger qualitative research study conducted in Malawi between March and April to examine the dynamics of contraceptive use, especially the use of long-acting and permanent contraceptive methods.
The study was conducted in two districts in the central region of Malawi, Kasungu and Dowa.