1 edition of Thailand, third contraceptive prevalence survey found in the catalog.
Thailand, third contraceptive prevalence survey
by Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University in [Bangkok]
Written in English
|Other titles||Prathēt Thai, kānsamrūat saphāwa kānkhumkamnœ̄t rō̜p thī sām., Third contraceptive prevalence survey., 3rd contraceptive prevalence survey., Kānsamrūat saphāwa kānkhumkamnœ̄t rō̜p thī sām., Thailand, 3rd contraceptive prevalence survey.|
|Contributions||Mahāwitthayālai Mahidon. Sathāban Wičhai Prachākō̜n læ Sangkhom., Sathāban Bandit Phatthanabō̜rihānsāt (Thailand). Samnak Wičhai., Khrōngkān Wāngphǣn Khrō̜pkhrūa (Thailand)|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.T5 T475 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||92915502|
This paper blends quantitative with qualitative data in an investigation of community and contraceptive choice in Nang Rong, Thailand. Specifically, it develops an explanation of 1) method dominance within villages, coupled with 2) marked differences between villages in the popularity of particular methods. The quantitative analysis demonstrates the importance of village location and placement. But, Ethiopia is among countries with low contraceptive prevalence rate, with only 14% and 16%, national and Amhara National Regional State contraceptive prevalence rate among married women, respectively [2, 4]. This was resulted high total fertility rate and unwanted pregnancy which intern affects the maternal and child health status.
Using the Thailand Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, Varangrat () found that nearly 70 percent of single women think that married life is important. The earlier work of Wongsith () also indicated that, in the rural areas, only about 27 percent of males and females agreed to a single lifestyle. (Excerpted from: Becker L, Wolf J, Levine R () Measuring commitment to for Global Development.) A study of public family planning service usage found that use s from the wealthiest quintile outnumbered those from the poorest quintile in 13 of the 20 developing countries examined, and that the contraceptive prevalence rate is significantly higher amongst the wealthiest.
The fertility transition in Thailand has been one of the most rapid among Asian countries that are yet to attain newly industrialized country status. In the early s, the total fertility rate exceeded six births per woman; currently, it stands at or slightly below replacement level. At present, it is hard to predict the future trend in fertility as this involves several factors that. The first national survey on contraceptive prevalence conducted by the MOHME in , that is shortly before the revival of the family planning program, revealed a surprisingly high rate of contraceptive prevalence. Despite a decade of no official family planning program, almost two-thirds (64%) of urban and one-third (31%) of rural couples.
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The Third Contraceptive Prevalence Survey in Thailand was conducted in Results indicate a continuation of the third contraceptive prevalence survey book rise in contraceptive use among married couples that has been taking place over the past 15 years.
Prevalence levels are approaching those Cited by: 9. The Third Contraceptive Prevalence Survey in Thailand was conducted in Results indicate a continuation of the rapid rise in contraceptive use amnong married cotuples that has been taking place over third contraceptive prevalence survey book past 15 years.
Prevalence levels are approaching those. 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.
Figure 2. Prevalence of contraceptive use in Thailand A new chapter of the FP program opened with a change in the government’s official standpoint.
It manifested in the first official population policy inthat called for lowering the population growth rate from 3% to. A Chamrathrithirong, P Kamnuansilpa, J KnodelContraceptive practice and fertility in Thailand: results of the Third Contraceptive Prevalence Survey Studies in Family Planning, 17 (6) (), pp.
Cited by: 4. 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. Contraceptive prevalence is the percentage of sexually active women aged 15–49 years who (or whose partner) were using a contraceptive method at the time of the survey.
Demand for family planning satisfied is the proportion of women in need of contraception who were using a contraceptive method at the time of the survey. Contraceptive prevalence is the percentage of women who are currently using, or whose sexual partner is currently using, at least one method of contraception, regardless of the method used.
It is usually reported for married or in-union women aged 15 to Contraceptive use and unmet need for. Although no studies to date have evaluated the Village Midwife Program’s effect on contraceptive use, the contraceptive prevalence rate (percent using a modern method) has risen since shortly after the program’s inception from 47 percent in to 57 percent inand the total fertility rate dropped from in to in For the four FPS survey years in, andthe pill was the most commonly used contraceptive method.
Female sterilization and calendar/rhythm were consistently the second and third most widely used method, respectively (Table 2). Table 2. Contraceptive prevalence rate for selected methods, Philippines: Total Prevalence and Prevalence of Nonuse by State.
Women. The percentage of women at risk for pregnancy who said they or their partner were using some method of birth control was high overall and ranged from 67% (Guam) to 88% (Idaho).
The prevalence of birth control use exceeded 80% in 44 of 54 states (median prevalence: 84%). Contraceptive prevalence in Jordan, according to the DHS series ( and ) and the Jordan Annual Fertility Survey series (), was consistently at about 56% during As in Indonesia, the annual surveys serve several purposes and lack the specialized focus of the DHS; however, their findings have generally agreed with those.
Thailand 0 The pill is the third most widely used contraceptive method in the Contraceptive prevalence is defined as the percentage of. 5 - China - Contraceptive prevalence (% of women ages ) was in The 5 lowest records for sovereign countries (1 per country) since 1 - South Sudan - Contraceptive prevalence (% of women ages ) was in The prevalence of family planning practice and associated factors among women in Serdang, Selangor Article (PDF Available) in Malaysian Journal of Public Health Medicine 15(3) September.
In Thailand, contraceptive u se among the larger group of females at reproductive age (15 – 49 years) is approximately 80%, whereas this r ate is. Author(s): Mahidol University. Institute for Population and Social Research.; Thailand.
Ministry of Public Health. National Family Planning Program. An epidemiologic study using a questionnaire survey of 2, subjects of rheumatic diseases in rural Thailand by Chaiamnauy et al.
reported that the prevalence of CNTD was 8 in 10, Ina community survey of musculoskeletal pain and management in Namphong District, Khon Kaen Province conducted by Auabandit et al.
revealed the. The first four rounds of surveys, most of which are national in scope, were conducted at six‐month intervals and provide information on recent trends in contraceptive prevalence and methods used.
A third data source is the United Nations world contraceptive use database (United Nations ). Findings Trends and patterns of contraceptive use. Entwisle B et al., Community and contraceptive choice in rural Thailand: a case study of Nang Rong, Demography,33(1):1– Rutenberg N and Watkins SC, The buzz outside the clinics: conversations and contraception in Nyanza Province, Kenya, Studies in Family Planning,28(4)–.
Thailand: %: 11 NOTE: The information regarding Contraceptive prevalence rate (%) on this page is re-published from the CIA World Factbook No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Contraceptive prevalence rate (%) information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Contraceptive prevalence.Contraceptive prevalence, any methods (% of women ages ) Mortality rate, adult, male (per 1, male adults) Mortality rate, infant (per 1, live births).
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.