1 edition of Indonesia contraceptive prevalence survey report, 1983 found in the catalog.
Indonesia contraceptive prevalence survey report, 1983
by National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) in Jakarta, Indonesia
Written in English
|Statement||Budi Utomo ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Budi Utomo., Indonesia. Badan Koordinasi Keluarga Berencana Nasional.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.I53 I545 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||86159795|
Contraceptive implants: current perspectives Sam Rowlands,1,2 Stephen Searle3 1Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education, School of Health and Social Care, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, United Kingdom; 2Dorset HealthCare, Bournemouth, United Kingdom; 3Sexual Health Services, Chesterfield, United KingdomAbstract: Progestin-only contraceptive implants are a . There are observations each of the total contraceptive prevalence rate, modern contraceptive prevalence rate, and the unmet need for family planning from to from a total of 11 survey series (appendix p 2). Most recent data are from the –16 DHS for those states or union territories where preliminary estimates were available.
Part of two international efforts: the Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Program () and the World Fertility Survey (). Report prepared by Sushil Kumar and Anne Cross. Conducted between June and November "July " Description: xi, , 14, 1 pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. However, by –, contraceptive prevalence in Indonesia was 60% compared with 49% in the Philippines. The reason for this unexpected outcome lies with religion and politics. In Indonesia, the Government skilfully circumvented the danger of opposition from Islamic leaders by agreeing not to legalize abortion or promote sterilization.
Previous rural surveys analyzing the impact of the Egyptian Population and Development Program on KAP variables (knowledge, attitudes, and practices of contraception) have produced mixed results. In a survey specifically designed to measure program impact contained refinements in questionnaire measurement, sampling, and analysis. Each refinement intensified the apparent program impact. Kenya contraceptive prevalence survey, Nairobi, Kenya: Central Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Planning and National Development,  (OCoLC)
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Author(s): Utomo,B; Jatiputra,S; Joesoef,M R; Iskandar,M B; Prasetyo,S B Title(s): The Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Report The results of surveys in five cities/ B.
Utomo [et al.]. Country of Publication: Indonesia Publisher: Jakarta, Indonesia, National Family Planning Coordinating Board, Technical Report Notes. The Indonesia National Contraceptive Prevalence Survey (NICPS)/ Demographic and Health Survey is the first survey of this type conducted in Indonesia.
Abstract The DHS is intended to serve as a primary source for international population and health information for policymakers and for the research community. National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey - Summary Report Author: CPY Document Author Subject: CPY Document Subject Keywords: USAID, Macro International Inc.
Created Date: 3/25/ AM. Get this from a library. Nepal contraceptive prevalence survey report, [Nepal.; Nepāla Parivāra Niyojana tathā Mātr̥ Śiśu Kalyāṇa Yojanā.; Westinghouse Health Systems.]. National Family Planning Coordinating Board, et.
The Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Report The Results of Surveys in Five Cities. Jakarta. Rahardjo, et al. "Morbidity and Mortality Differentials in Central Java in " Paper presented at ASEAN National Seminar on Population Programs. Inroads have been made as the National Indonesian Contraceptive Prevalence Survey in indicated a continual decrease in the national fertility to a Total Fertility Rate of during the period of The Total Fertility Rate (TFR) of lifetime children/woman based on the average has also declined by more than 1/3 in the.
The relationship between supply of children, demand for children, and costs of fertility regulation in five cities in Indonesia: An analysis of the Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Report for in Jakarta, Medan, Semarang, Surabaya, and Ujung - Page Contraceptive prevalence, any methods (% of women ages ) UNICEF's State of the World's Children and Childinfo, United Nations Population Division's World Contraceptive Use, household surveys including Demographic and Health Surveys and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys.
Comparison of breastfeeding practices from two similar surveys conducted in Jakarta, Indonesia shows an increase in breastfeeding duration from months in to months in For the revised figures, if all demand were satisfied, the contraceptive prevalence among currently married women in Indonesia would be 73 percent as opposed to the actual level of 62 percent recorded in the IDHS (Statistics Indonesia et al., ).
Over time however, the contraceptive prevalence has now reached a plateau in Indonesia due to reduced international funding and decreased public sector involvement and decreased supply of family.
Based on data from the Indonesian Demographic Health Survey (SDKI), inonly 45 percent of married girls (15 to 19 years old) who wished to delay or prevent pregnancy, used a modern contraceptive method.
Indonesia has one of the highest rates of unplanned pregnancies across all of Asia and unplanned pregnancies have been known to undermine.
Survey data on contraceptive use for about 80 countries are related to measures of contraceptive access, by method, from to Cross-tabulation and correlational methods are employed, with geographic comparisons and time trends.
Total prevalence of use for five modern contraceptive methods correlates well to a variety of access measures. Cover title: Indonesia national contraceptive prevalence survey, "January " Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Indonesia contraceptive prevalence survey, Indonesia national contraceptive prevalence survey, The same survey of contraceptive prevalence found that among currently married women, % were currently using OCs (10).
Since the majority of our study subjects were currently married, this % prevalence of current OC use among married women can be compared with recent OC use prevalence for our population; % of cases were recent. A study based on the Indonesia Family Life Survey found no significant changes in the level of prevalence or the mix of contraceptive methods, 6 and data from the Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) series suggest that as cost-free methods became less available in the public sector, women simply bought methods through the private sector.
Morris, “Impact of Accessibility of Contraceptives on Contraceptive Prevalence in Guatemala. Studies in Family Planning. 14(11): Cornelius, R. and J. Novak. Contraceptive prevalence rate (%) Rationale for use Contraceptive prevalence rate is an indicator of health, population, development and women's empowerment.
It also serves as a proxy measure of access to reproductive health services that are essential for meeting many of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG)s, especially the. The contraceptive retail sales program is considered in section E. Contraceptive User Data, Continuation Rates and Births Prevented Continuation rates for alternative contraceptive methods can be inferred from a comparison of annual acceptor data and the user prevalence data obtained in the NFS and the CPS.
The. World Contraceptive data. update This report of the United Nations Population Division presents a concise, descriptive analysis of levels and trends in key family planning indicators from Model-based Estimates and Projections of Family Planning Indicators and the data set World Contraceptive Userepresenting countries or areas.; MDG database The MDG database includes.
Seventy percent of nonpregnant married women aged 13–49 reported currently using a method of contraception at the time of the baseline survey (Table 2). Contraceptive prevalence and the distribution of methods for the baseline interview month as captured in the calendar deviated only slightly from the figures.Summary analyses of method prevalence required that a given method was used on at least half of the woman's coital days during the five-week period.
Table 3 shows how, compared with this study, traditional prevalence surveys-the Sri Lanka World Fertility Survey (), the Sri Lanka Contraceptive Prevalence Survey ().Contraceptive prevalence, any methods (% of women ages ) - Syrian Arab Republic UNICEF's State of the World's Children and Childinfo, United Nations Population Division's World Contraceptive Use, household surveys including Demographic and Health Surveys and .