3 edition of Safe motherhood & adolescent reproductive health needs assessment in Namibia. found in the catalog.
Safe motherhood & adolescent reproductive health needs assessment in Namibia.
|Other titles||Safe motherhood and adolescent reproductive health needs assessment in Namibia, Assessment of maternal and adolescent reproductive services in Namibia|
|Contributions||Namibia. Ministry of Health and Social Services.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||2007382048|
Adolescent Health. Adolescent Health has been focus for more than a decade at RDI. The Institute has been enabling their health and general well-being through clinical services, peer education as well as various kits and their innovative means of communication. Core areas of addressing adolescent issues are. Reproductive & Sexual Health; Nutrition. Five priority areas of intervention were agreed: safe motherhood, emergency obstetric care, family planning, STIs/HIV/AIDS and adolescent reproductive health. So far a needs assessment has been done in several areas and currently training modules are being developed on the priority areas.
maternal and child health. It is clear that a lot more still needs to be done by Kenya to address the supply and demand side barriers in the delivery of essential health services in order to realize the goals of vision and the Constitution. The Bill of Rights clearly articulates the right for health including reproductive health. The study provides a detailed assessment of health spending and the use of both private and public financial resources in the health sector in Namibia. Health Accounts estimation is a vital component of health systems strengthening in Namibia, as it provides sound estimates of spending on health, and.
The journal includes sections dedicated to adolescent health, female fertility and midwifery and all articles are open access. Reproductive Health has a particular interest on the impact changes in reproductive health have globally, and therefore encourages submissions from researchers based in low- and middle-income countries. Read more. Remarks of Thomas F. Daughton, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Namibia, to HIV Prevention and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Adolescent Girls and Young Women: Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Consultation February , Windhoek, Namibia Good afternoon! If it’s not too late, given that we’re already into February, let me wish .
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Safe motherhood needs assessment Version - (Revised edition) Authors: World Health Organization, Department of Reproductive Health and Research. Publication details. Number of pages: Publication date: Languages. Such a strategy allows assessment of health services from many different perspectives, and gathers data at the district level where decisions are made.
To facilitate their selection and adaptation to local needs, all forms are presented in electronic format in an accompanying diskette. The WHO guide to safe motherhood needs assessment has five.
Kapoka P. Literature review on adolescent reproductive health studies conducted in Tanzania Institute of Development Studies (IDS). National Adolescent Reproductive Health (NRH): Needs Assessment. Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania; Akakpo B. Safer young motherhood in Ghana.
Plan Parent Chall. –Cited by: Reproductive Health Part 1: Introduction to Reproductive Health & Safe Motherhood Laurel A. Spielberg, MPH, Dartmouth Medical School December Prepared as part of an education project of the Global Health Education Consortium and collaborating partnersFile Size: 1MB.
The burgeoning interest in reproductive health and rights during the late s gave further impetus to efforts to keep safe motherhood high on the international health agenda.
Inthe SMI Inter-Agency Group embarked upon a 2 year effort to bring maternal health to a wider audience and to a higher level of by: Health services need to move beyond adolescent pregnancy and HIV to address the full range of adolescents’ health and development cents develop more self-consciousness indicated in their self-assessment of how others see many cases adolescents consider themselves grown up and mature enough to have sex  yet they have.
reproductive health and gender • Know the targets of reproductive health 1. Definition and introduction Reproductive health is defined as” A state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters related to the reproductive system and to its functions and process”.
iv NATIONAL ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH POLICY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The review and revision of the National Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy involved in-depth consultations with a wide range of stakeholders through literature review, interviews, consultative meetings and reviews of the various drafts of.
Risk assessment and pregnancy/STI prevention at first and most recent sexual intercourse 24 effective programmatic responses to meeting the diverse sexual and reproductive health needs of younger The sexual and reproductive health of younger adolescents.
to respect, protect and fulfill the right to safe motherhood and reproductive health of the women conferred by the Constitution of Nepal, Now, therefore be it enacted by the Federal Parliament. Chapter-1 Preliminary 1.
Short title and commencement: (1) This Act may be cited as the "Right to Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Act, ().". Vouchers can be used for a range of services and have most commonly been used to improve access to reproductive health services such as family planning and safe motherhood services (Gorter et al.
; Grainger et al. The distribution of vouchers in the community presents an opportunity to provide information on important aspects of the subsidised health. Good sexual and reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being in all matters relating to the reproductive system.
It implies that people are able to have a satisfying and safe sex life, the capability to reproduce, and the freedom to decide if, when, and how often to do so. To maintain one’s sexual and reproductive health, people need access to.
RCHS Reproductive and Child Health Section RHMT Regional Health Management Team RTI Reproductive Tract Infection SM Safe Motherhood SMI Safe Motherhood Initiative SNL Saving Newborn Lives SRH Sexual and Reproductive Health STI Sexually Transmitted Infection SWOT Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats TAMWA Tanzania Media Women.
An integrated strategy for safe motherhood should have the following basic elements to address the reproductive health needs of women in general, and those at risk, in particular: Advancement of. Maternal health services that make motherhood safe include: a. Care by skilled health personnel before, during and after childbirth b.
Emergency care for life-threatening obstetric complications c. Prevention of unsafe abortion and management of problems d. Provision of family planning service e.
All of the above 2. Because the adolescent of today is the young married woman of tomorrow and the grandmother thereafter, it is important to pay attention to reproductive health needs and problems of adolescent females. Adolescent health creates a major global burden and has a great deal of additional and diverse complications compared to adult reproductive health such as early pregnancy and parenting issues, difficulties accessing contraception and safe abortions, lack of healthcare access, and high rates of HIV and sexually transmitted infections, and mental health issues.
the health care system.1 • To identify gaps in the provision of this care.1 • SMNA: Safe Motherhood Needs Assessment SMNA Survey Components Survey Form Planned Planned # Completed Surveys DHT District health team interview 11 X 1 = 11 FAC Facility management 12 1 X 12 facilities = 12 surveys 12 NMW.
Safe Motherhood Needs Assessment, Zambia, Jantine Jacobi, Dean S. Phiri2 and Rebecca Kalwani3 ABSTRACT As part of the development of a national reproductive health plan, Zambia's Ministry of Health carried out a safe motherhood needs assessment in The specific objectives of the assessment were to describe.
The health system in Timor-Leste is still relatively young and Safe Motherhood has been a priority for the Ministry of Health since it was established in 10 Ina comprehensive Reproductive Health Strategy was developed, 11 maintaining a focus on Safe Motherhood.
While other components such as STI, HIV/AIDS, family planning and. Managed a strong team of technocrats in reproductive health and adolescent sexual med general management functions (HRM, Finance and administration, Operations, Logistics and supplies, internal/external communication and representation and advocacy/marketing of the program) Participated in the development of two successful 5 year Title: Programme Manager Health .for reproductive health problems such as early marriage, unintended/unwanted pregnancy, maternal mortality and sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS.
There are yet many unmet reproductive health needs for the African adolescents despite the many reproductive health programmes which have. The Reproductive Health (RH) situation in Nigeria is abysmal and the country has one of the worst bio-data in the world. It has a fast growing population, characterised by high infant, under five and maternal mortality ratios - 84/ live births, / live births, and /, live birth respectively [1, 2].Ten percent of global maternal deaths occur in .