Family planning

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  • America's Family Planning Programs

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    Governments notions of modern family differs from the local’s traditional ideals of family .In order to change the local culture from having traditionally larger families for social security, to smaller ones, governments implement a national family planning program. Family planning programs are most commonly applied to areas with high birth rates such as China, India and java in Indonesia, in attempt to lower population, however, in the case of Greece’s family planning, it aims to reduce women’s abortion

  • Improving Access For Voluntary Family Planning

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    million women in developing countries who want to avoid or delay pregnancy are not using family planning. These women have an unmet need that can result in unintended pregnancies, unsafe abortions, poor health, and strains on families and economies. Improving access to voluntary family planning could mitigate these challenges and lead to a host of other benefits. (Source 22, 23, 25). Given the potential of family planning for far reaching health, development, and economic gains, governments and their development

  • Pros And Cons Of International Family Planning

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    Before reading chapter 8 I had no idea what international family planning really was, and I have a feeling I’m not the only one who didn’t. I believe that if most people knew what internationally family planning was and what it really meant then then there would be a lot more people angry with the decision to stop all funding to UNFPA. This organization does so much for everyone around the world like, advises governments on family planning, reducing poverty, reproductive health, and many other ways

  • Family Planning And Poverty

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    The mainstreaming of the family planning agenda in many countries over the decades has been accompanied by increased researcher interest in the subject, with a lot of research attention being focused on the link between family planning and poverty. Empirical research studies using standard economic models have demonstrated that increased access to family planning services is associated with lower rates of poverty. This effect has been posited as occurring through a number of channels. The first

  • Family Planning And Its Effects On Women's Status And Education

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    Family planning is the ability for couples to anticipate and achieve their desired number of children and the spacing of their births. The fertility rate of a country can depend on many factors such as religion, the social status of women, access to health care and the ideal family size. Successful family programs aim to change all these things, the effects of these programs are far reaching and often go beyond what was planned. First world countries don’t often need a family planning program, due

  • Why India Started Implementing Family Planning Practices

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    to tell why India started implementing family planning practices. Overpopulation was starting to affect India when they gained independence from England (Rubenstein, 2014). The Planning Commission was set up in 1950 to address all needs of the country and to decide the best way to use resources. The decline in death rate and growth of birth rate left the country no choice but to find a way to slow down the growth. This led to another branch of the Planning Commission being created in 1952 with the

  • Planned Parenthood : Parenthood, Family Planning, And Reproductive Problems

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    and offers advice on contraception, family planning, and reproductive problems. Currently, the government funds the organization with the tax payer’s dollars. (Planned Parenthood at a Glance, 2014.) I am going to explain the history of the problem, the arguments, the opinions of experts and give why I am interested in this topic. Planned Parenthood is a nonprofit organization that does scientific research into and offers advice on contraception, family planning, and reproductive problems. The organization

  • The Importance Of Planning, And Intervening With Families Essay

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    Introduction This case study is on assessing, planning, and intervening with families. During these type of cases, one must be familiar with the general practice with individuals, families, groups, and communities. It is important to have good communication skills, critical thinking, tolerance, setting boundaries, emotional intelligence and organization skills. There are many skills needed when working on cases. Assessment The Sanchez family came unstable. Maria and Tony lived with their parents

  • Why Contraception And Not Only Natural Family Planning Should Be Allowed By The Catholic Church

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    Thesis: I will discuss why contraception and not only Natural Family Planning should be allowed by the Catholic Church because it helps prevents sexually transmitted infections and diseases and prevents millions of unwanted children from being born and then abandoned every year. Different forms of contraception have existed for hundreds of years, dating back to the Roman Empire. It was not until the 1950’s that a progesterone pill, synthesized from wild yams was created which could block ovulation

  • Family Planning

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    Introduction Family planning is the planning of when to have children, and the use of birth control and other techniques to implement such plans. Other techniques commonly used include sexuality education, prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections, pre-conception counseling and management, and infertility management. Family planning is sometimes used in the wrong way also as a synonym for the use of birth control, though it often includes more. It is most usually applied to a