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Improving the reproductive health of married and unmarried youth in India evidence of effectiveness and costs from community-based Interventions, final report of the Adolescent Reproductive Health Program in India by

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Published by ICRW in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Collaborative program of ICRW with various Indian agencies.

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Other titlesReproductive health of married and unmarried youth in India
Statement[Rohini Pande ... [et al.]].
ContributionsPande, Rohini., International Center for Research on Women., Adolescent Reproductive Health Program in India.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 77 p. :
Number of Pages77
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16940906M
LC Control Number2007394327

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Adolescent Reproductive Health Program in India was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. Improving the of Married and Unmarried Youth in India Reproductive Health Source: CMC, Tamil Nadu Rs = $1 US based on August exchange rates. Table 1: Per Unit Costs by Arm and Round, in Rupees. Target group: Married young women, ages , their husbands and their mothers-in-law. About FRHS and ICRW's Adolescent Reproductive Health Program in India. The Foundation for Research in Health Systems (FRHS) is a nongovernmental organization with offices in Ahmedabad, Delhi and Bangalore, India. Health Care for Married Adolescents Reducing Reproductive Tract Infections among Married Youth in Rural Tamil Nadu, India. Young women in India are reluctant to seek treatment for reproductive tract infections (RTIs), and little is known about which services or providers would be most acceptable and effective for young women. Although there is very little evidence on the role of community based interventions in improving the reproductive health of young married couples [15–24 years], two reviews on young women’s contraception use highlight the importance of community-based multifaceted interventions [32, 33].Cited by:

  Improving the Reproductive Health of Married and Unmarried youth in India Sherbinin AD, Kaur A, Perlman population, Poverty and Sustainable Development: Energing Issues for UNFPA. Bhuiya I, Rob U, Chowdhury AH, Rahman L, Haque N. Improving Adolescent reproductive Health in Bangladesh, Population Council, Dhaka. November,   Pande R, Kurz K, Walia S, MacQuarrie K, Jain S: Improving the reproductive health of married and unmarried youth in India. Evidence of effectiveness and costs from community-based interventions. , Washington, DC, International Center for Research on Women. Google Scholar. The new guidelines hope to improve access for youth in the vast network of state-run family planning clinics The Jamaican Ministry of Health recently amended its Reproductive Health Service Delivery Guidelines to provide legal protection to health professionals wanting to provide information or services to youth below the legal age of. The objective of this paper is to examine the status of sexual and reproductive health of youth. Youth in India: Situation and needs, data has been used for this study.

  In India, young women, particularly those living in rural areas, are at high risk for negative sexual and reproductive health (SRH) outcomes, with those ages 15–24 years accounting for 41 % of total maternal deaths in India [].Early marriage, combined with lack of SRH knowledge and information, and limited agency to negotiate sexual encounters contribute to early and unprotected sex for Cited by: 5. Improving the Reproductive Health of Married and Unmarried Youth in India. By Kathleen Kurz, Kerry MacQuarrie, Rohini Pande, Provides insights and lessons learned from a ten-year multi-partner research program to improve youth reproductive and sexual health in India. Includes recommendations to strengthen community and government efforts. to focus on unmarried youth, and thus rarely discuss issues of concern to married youth such as maternity (Mensch, Bruce, et al ). In many parts of the developing world, including India and Nepal, providing reproductive and maternal health information and services to youth is File Size: KB.   We investigated the accessibility of reproductive health information and contraceptives in a relatively less developed area of rural central India and assessed the risks facing young unmarried men. This cross-sectional study used both qualitative and quantitative methods. Participants included 38 unmarried rural men in four focus-group discussions and a representative sample of similarly Cited by: