2 edition of Unintended childbearing in developing countries found in the catalog.
Unintended childbearing in developing countries
Jacob A. Adetjunji
|Statement||Jacob A. Adetunji.|
|Series||DHS analytical reports -- 8|
|Contributions||Institute for Resource Development. Demographic and Health Surveys.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 46p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
Isabel Sawhill, Joanna Venator and Quentin Karpilow try to trace the effects of reducing unintended childbearing on children’s success in later stages of life by using the Social Genome Model to. Unintended Pregnancy in the United States: Incidence and Disparities, pdf icon [PDF – KB], external icon Source: Contraception. ;84(5)– QuickStats: Use of Selected Contraceptive Methods by Married Women of Childbearing Age in the United States, —, Compared with Married Women in Selected Countries with Low.
About the Alliance for Reproductive, Maternal, and Newborn Health. The Alliance for Reproductive, Maternal, and Newborn Health is a strategic partnership among four core Evidence on the health consequences of early childbearing in developing countries is stronger than that. Background: High rate of unintended pregnancy (UPr) and childbearing among young women have always been reported in Nigeria. This study assessed the level of UPr and childbearing among unmarried out-of-school young women living in urban slums in Kosofe Local Government Area, Lagos metropolis, South-West, Nigeria. Method: > A cross-sectional community-based study was conducted using a Author: A S Adebowale, A F Tinuoya, T A Olowolafe, B M Gbadebo, O C Onwusaka.
The Consequences of Unintended Childbearing Cassandra Logan, Ph.D. Emily Holcombe Jennifer Manlove, Ph.D. and Suzanne Ryan, Ph.D. Child Trends, Inc. May OVERVIEW There is a general consensus among most people in the United States that teen childbearing is Size: 1MB. Rate of intended pregnancies worldwide from ; Number of unintended pregnancies in developing regions , by outcome; Rate .
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Get this from a library. Unintended childbearing in developing countries: levels, trends, and determinants. [Jacob A Adetunji; Macro International. Institute for Resource. The investigators note that although increased contraceptive use has helped to reduce rates of unintended pregnancy, roughly million women in developing countries were not practicing contraception indespite their desire to delay or stop childbearing, and 75 million more were using traditional, failure-prone methods.
The Consequences of Unintended Childbearing. It has a great impact on the health of all fecund sexually active women in both developed and developing countries This book is a collection of.
Adetunji, Jacob A. Unintended Childbearing in Developing Countries: Levels, Trends, and Determinants. DHS Analytical Reports No. Calverton, Maryland, USA: Macro International Download Citation RIS format / Text format / Endnote format Publication ID AR8Cited by: Prevention of unplanned pregnancy continues to challenge clinicians and consumers in developed and developing countries.
Pregnancies that are unintended or too closely spaced can lead to adverse maternal and child health outcomes. 1 Most women in the United States and other developed countries desire to have two children.
2 Therefore, on. Population growth, externalities to childbearing, and fertility policy in developing countries (English) Abstract. Government-financed family planning programs that assist individual couples to attain their desired number of children are easily justified.
The consequences of unintended childbearing: A white paper. Washington, DC: Child Trends; Marston Cicely, Cleland John. Do unintended pregnancies carried to term lead to adverse outcomes for mother and child. An assessment in five developing countries.
Population Studies. ; 57 (1)–Cited by: An estimatedwomen die each year from pregnancy-related causes (World Health Organization and UNICEF, ). Such estimates have raised awareness of the fact that women still die in what is perceived by most to be a healthy process (Rosenfield and Maine, ).
Since there are approximately million pregnancies each year, the overall view of a healthy process is reasonable, but that Cited by: Family Profile No. 10, Author: Karen Benjamin Guzzo Although we know the majority of births in recent years are intended (FP), less is known about how many women experience unintended childbearing.
In this profile, we examine the proportion of mothers aged who have ever experienced unintended childbearing (having any births that are not 'on-time') using the cycle.
Unintended Childbearing and Child Growth in Northern Malawi There is the need for SSA countries with high prevalence of unintended pregnancies to consider past and present successful. Current use of modern contraceptives also averts 3, adolescent maternal deaths annually in developing countries.
“Making it possible for young women to avoid unintended pregnancy and childbearing until they feel ready to become mothers can have a profound impact. It allows them to achieve healthier lives for themselves and their children. The rooings Institution The Impact of Unintended Childbearing on uture enerations 3 college graduation rates from 22 to 30 percent.
The rest of this paper is organized as follows. In representatives of nearly countries at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) adopted a Programme of Action, a crucial section of which included a definition of reproductive health (United Nations, ): Reproductive health is a state of complete physical.
extremes of childbearing age (younger and older ages). Studies from Bangladesh, Nigeria, and Vietnam have found that advancing maternal age (14, ) as well as young maternal age are a risk factor for unintended pregnancies.
According to the literature of developing countries. As the Chapter 2 discussed, about half of all unintended pregnancies end in abortion. Accordingly, the occurrence of abortion can be seen as one of the primary consequences of unintended pregnancy.
Voluntary interruption of pregnancy is an ancient and enduring intervention that occurs globally whether it. Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the time during which one or more offspring develops inside a woman. A multiple pregnancy involves more than one offspring, such as with twins.
Pregnancy can occur by sexual intercourse or assisted reproductive technology. A pregnancy may end in a live birth, abortion, or miscarriage, though access to safe abortion care varies on: ~40 weeks from the last menstrual period. In developing countries, it is estimated that about 40 % of pregnancies are either unwanted or mistimed and, of these, half are terminated, 13 % end in miscarriages and 38 % are taken to term (Singh et al.
In view of this high incidence of unintended births, together with a high prevalence of poverty, it is surprising how few relevant Cited by: 2. This report provides a critical review of the current research literature on the consequences of unintended childbearing for families and children.
The review addresses the following potential consequences: prenatal and perinatal risks (e.g., inadequate or delayed initiation of prenatal care, smoking/drinking/substance use during pregnancy, prematurity, low birthweight and not breastfeeding. Adolescent Childbearing in Developing Countries: A Global Review Susheela Singh This article discusses the current levels and recent trends in the rate of adolescent childbearing, the timing of thefirst birth, and births to unmarried women for 43 developing countries.
Differ. Reproductive Health in Developing Countries: Expanding Dimensions, Building Solutions (Literature) [National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Panel on Reproductive Health, Haaga, John G., Wasserheit, Judith N., Tsui, Amy O.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : $.
PooR REPRoduCTIVE ouTComEs AmoNG AdoLEsCENTs IN dEVELoPING CouNTRIEs: whAT ThE EVIdENCE sAYs Joey o’LoughLin INTERVENTIoNs musT AIm To: Prevent early pregnancy 1. Reduce marriage before age 18 2. Create understanding and support to reduce pregnancy before age 20 3. Increase use of contraception by adolescents at risk of unintended pregnancy 4.Trends in marriage and early childbearing in developing countries (DHS comparative reports) [Westoff, Charles F] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Trends in marriage and early childbearing in developing countries (DHS comparative reports)Author: Charles F Westoff.Unintended pregnancy also affects maternal health outcomes and is concentrated among women with unmet need for contraception.
In developing countries, women with unmet need for family planning account for 81% of total unintended pregnancies (Singh et al., ). If unmet need was fulfilled, 90% of abortion deaths and % of obstetric deaths.