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Workshop on Research Priorities in Population and Reproductive Health, May 20-21, 1995

Workshop on Research Priorities in Population and Reproductive Health (1995 Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Workshop on Research Priorities in Population and Reproductive Health, May 20-21, 1995

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by Workshop on Research Priorities in Population and Reproductive Health (1995 Dhaka, Bangladesh)

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Published by National Institute of Population Research and Training, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit, Population Council in [Dhaka] .
Written in English


About the Edition

With reference to Bangladesh.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement[editors, Ahmed Al-Sabir ... [et al.]]
ContributionsAl-Sabir, Ahmed., National Institute of Population Research and Training (Bangladesh), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit., Population Council (Bangladesh)
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 126 p. :
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16867245M
LC Control Number2006454223

  Clinical research and audit in reproductive health is essential to improve reproductive health outcomes and to address the Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5. Research training, mentoring and a supportive participatory research environment have been shown to increase research activity and capacity in low to middle income countries (LMIC). 2 days ago  The Panel on Reproductive Health in Developing Countries was established in under the auspices of the Committee on Population of the National Research Council. This volume is its final report. The Committee on Population has been involved for many years in the study of reproductive health issues in developing ://

There are many features that make India a vulnerable country as far as a sexually transmitted infection (STI)/HIV epidemic is concerned. These include the lack of a strong evidence base on which to formulate decision making, a pluralistic and often unregulated health sector, and a highly vulnerable population. Nonetheless, India has shown strong commitment to other areas of a comprehensive   Many of the 35 million women and girls aged 15–49 requiring humanitarian assistance have inadequate access to the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services to which they are entitled. Ensuring accountability is critical to realizing their SRH and reproductive rights (RR). This scoping review examines the extent and nature of existing evidence on accountability strategies for SRH in

  Table 4. Tuberculosis: Case Detection Rate, Treatment Success Rate and Cure Rate 22 Figure 1. Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate, 1 Figure 2. Poverty incidence among population, 2 Figure 3. Gini coefficient, Philippines, by areas, 3 Figure 4. Share of bottom 20% to total income, Philippines, Reproductive health issues in Iran, the forum on progress of reproductive health research and celebration of 20th anniversary of shanghai institute of Planned Parenthood research. Shanghai, China. Jahanfar S. (). A twin study of lipids, the Australian menopause society meeting, Sydney, Australia. Jahanfar S. (). Bulimia and polycystic


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Workshop on Research Priorities in Population and Reproductive Health, May 20-21, 1995 by Workshop on Research Priorities in Population and Reproductive Health (1995 Dhaka, Bangladesh) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The support given by the World Health Organization (WHO) to research on adolescent sexual and reproductive health since the mids has contributed to the development of programmes in this area in many countries, 10 – 13 yet in a recent survey that investigated perceived research priorities in reproductive health, most respondents still put The Center for Health Research, Consultation and Education, and MotherCare/John Snow, Inc.

Qualitative Research on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Women's Reproductive Health. MotherCare Working Paper #9 prepared for the U.S. Agency for International Development. MotherCare Project # Arlington, Va.: John Snow, :// In this session participants discussed USAID's data needs for evaluating program performance and program impact.

Twenty years of lively debate has yet to finally lay to rest the question of whether family planning programs induce, make important contributions to, or are basically superfluous to fertility declines (see, for example, Freedman and Berelson, ; Cutright and Kelly,Lapham This article reviews 44 operations research projects aiming to improve reproductive health services in Guatemala, conducted by the Population Council from to Nearly 10 years has passed since the International Conference on Population and Development recognized men as legitimate targets for sexual and reproductive health promotion.

This recognition was born of the experience of many health promoting agencies in the s and s who realized that without working with men, change would be very Introduction. This article draws on an 1995 book posteriori appraisal of 44 operations research projects conducted by the Population Council in Guatemala from to It examines the influence of research on programme improvement in reproductive health, and how the cumulative and incremental effect of the research contributed to large-scale programmatic ://   The role of global initiatives in catalyzing change within national contexts is complex and less understood.

Addressing adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Kenya requires concerted efforts of both state and non-state actors and more importantly, a supportive environment.

This paper deconstructs the moral and social narratives of adolescents’ and young people’s sexual and   Discussion: achievements of the Ford Foundation initiatives in China So far, the ACWF project directly generated 21 reproductive health research projects at a relatively low cost (an initial grant of US$90, plus a supplement grant of US$50,).

The research reports will be published in late Workshop for a Research Agenda for Family Planning in the Era of AIDS Nairobi, Kenya October Seminar on Innovative Approaches to the Assessment of Reproductive Health Manila, Philippines, September Seminar on Socio-cultural and Political Aspects of Abortion in a Changing World Trivandrum, India, March   Reproductive Health Working Group, The Population Council.

Ioma Evans-Pritchard Junior Research Fellow, St. Anne’s College, Oxford University. Trainer on Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA), UNICEF. UNICEF, Research on Paper prepared for the International Symposium on Reproductive Health Research and Policy Issues of Adolescent and Unmarried Young Adults, Oct.

19–21, Shanghai. Google Scholar Xenos, P. and Gultiano, S.A. (), Trends in Female and Male Age at marriage and Celibacy in Asia, East-West Center Program on Population: :// Research funding is inequitably distributed both geographically and with respect to health priorities, and often fails to address the most pressing needs of the global population [].The term 10/90 gap was developed in the s to refer to the phenomenon by which only 10% of global funding for research is spent on diseases affecting 90% of the world’s population [].

Population & development education, issues pertaining to population-development linkages, education for sustainable development, family planning/sex education, adolescent sexual & reproductive health, NGO management (in the context of population programs), equal opportunities & rights for girls, adult & continuing education/non-formal/extension education, distance education / open learning We systematically reviewed existing national child health research priorities in Sub-Saharan Africa, and the processes used to determine them.

Collaborators from a purposive sample of 20 WHO-AFRO Region countries, assisted by key informants from a range of governmental, non-governmental, research and funding organisations and universities, identified and located potentially eligible Orangutan population and habitat viability analysis workshop: briefing book; Jan ; Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia.

Apple Valley (MN): IUCN/SSC Captive Breeding Specialist Group. p Rijksen HD. An international journal on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Impact Factor Vol 13 Global impact and priorities for women’s ?nav=tocList. Member, Committee on Population, National Research Council, Advisor, Population and Reproductive Health Partnership, UC Berkeley{Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria, { Advisory Panel, The American People Series (Census ), Russell Sage Foundation and Population Reference Bureau, ~wachter/   : 20 Years: National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi ( to ) 2 Years 6 Months: National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW), New Delhi (February, to August, ) 3 years 6 Months: Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development (CRRID), Chandigarh ( to )  Web view.

reproduction, the very concept of a population program may be inconsistent with reproductive self-determination” (Abrams ), and that a violation of human rights is “inherent” in Reproductive morbidity has a huge impact on the health and quality of life of women.

We aimed to determine the prevalence of reproductive morbidities and the health seeking behavior of a nationally representative sample of Iranian urban women.

A sample of women, aged years, was selected using the multi stage, stratified probability sampling ://. Abbas, E. (). FAO Family Life Education in Intergrated Rural Development. In Sumra S. (Ed.) Workshop on Population Education and Curriculum Changes, Arusha, Tanzania, Dec, University of Dar es Salaam, (pp –).

Google Scholar1. Overview. Population gained acceptance as an environmental issue in the late s and early s, following the publication of Paul Erlich's book The Population Bomb (Ehrlich ) and the celebration of the first ‘Earth Day’.Yet, more than 30 years later, population seems to have largely dropped off the environmental movement's agenda, owing at least in part to three factors: (i Nearly two decades ago, researchers first reported that endocrine disrupting chemicals in the environment were affecting reproductive health in the general population.

The purpose of this article is to examine the evidence of adverse reproductive health trends in Israel and to explore implications for environmental health policy in Israel. We reviewed studies and data in Israel regarding