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Reproductive Health Services for Young, Engaged and Newly Married Couples

By International Development Agency

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Book Id: WPLBN0000697981
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 795,352 KB.
Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Reproductive Health Services for Young, Engaged and Newly Married Couples  
Author: International Development Agency
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
Collections: United Nations Library International Aid and Funding Collection
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Agency, I. D. (n.d.). Reproductive Health Services for Young, Engaged and Newly Married Couples. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: The TAHSEEN/CATALYST Project seeks to increase access to and use of family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) services. Two of the four interlocking themes of this USAID-funded project are focused attention to priority groups and improved quality ...

Table of Contents
Table of Contents TABLE OF TABLES.....................................................................................................V TABLE OF ANNEXES................................................................................................ VI ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ........................................................................................... IX ACRONYMS ..................................................................................................................X EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.......................................................................................... XI Research Methodology............................................................................................. xi Findings...................................................................................................................xii Recommendations...................................................................................................xiii INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY...............................................................1 Introduction...............................................................................................................1 Study Objectives ........................................................................................................2 Methodology..............................................................................................................3 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF YOUNG, ENGAGED AND NEWLY MARRIED YOUTH.................................5 Understanding Reproductive Health.........................................................................5 Physiological Changes During Puberty....................................................................5 Physiology of Reproduction ......................................................................................7 Adolescent Reproductive Health Problems...............................................................8 Female Reproductive Health Problems.................................................................8 Male Reproductive Health Problems ....................................................................9 Access to Treatment ............................................................................................10 Premarital Examinations ........................................................................................11 Consanguineous Marriages ....................................................................................13 Sexually Transmitted Diseases................................................................................13 Early Pregnancies ...................................................................................................14 Birth Spacing...........................................................................................................15 Interpersonal Communication Between Partners ...................................................15 Reproductive Health Informational Needs of Adolescents .....................................16 Reproductive Health Information Needs of Engaged and Newly Married Couples ................................................................................................................................17 Views on Health Services Available to Engaged and Newly Married Couples ......18 SUPPORT OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY LEADERS FOR YOUTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES .................................................................21 Mothers and Mothers-in-Law..................................................................................21 Definition of Reproductive Health......................................................................21 Early Pregnancies................................................................................................21


 

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