3 edition of Availability and accessibility of condoms and family planning servises to adolescents found in the catalog.
Availability and accessibility of condoms and family planning servises to adolescents
by Child Health and Development Centre, Makerere University in [Kampala]
Written in English
|Statement||David Kyaddondo and Florence Nangendo.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.8 .K93 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||97981768|
Practitioners should focus on the social and physical aspects of condom use, not solely on the health benefits, and they should present condom use as the norm among adolescents. Increasing the availability and accessibility of condoms, especially to adolescent women, may remove a . The use of condoms as part of the prevention of unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in adolescents is evaluated in this policy statement. Sexual activity and pregnancies decreased slightly among adolescents in the s, reversing trends that were present in the s and s, while condom use among adolescents increased significantly.
4. Restrictions and barriers to condom availability should be removed, given the research that demonstrates that increased availability of condoms facilitates use. Beyond retail distribution of condoms, sexually active adolescents should have ready access to condoms . Adolescents and long-acting reversible contraception: lessons from Mexico. need for renewed and cohesive efforts to ensure availability of intrauterine contraception in Latin America and the Caribbean. Informed push distribution of contraceptives in Senegal reduces stockouts and improves quality of family planning services. June
PRB’s Family Planning Data Sheet provides the latest estimates of family planning indicators for approximately countries around the world. Featured indicators include the percentage of married women using modern and traditional family planning methods, unmet need for family planning, use of modern contraception by wealth group, and demand for family planning . This study assessed relationships between condom availability programs dom availability programs. Results. Adolescents in schools where condoms were available were more likely to schools nationwide offer family planning counseling services (these services are avail-able in % and % of such schools.
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Access to safe, voluntary family planning is a human right. Family planning is central to gender equality and women’s empowerment, and it is a key factor in reducing poverty. Yet in developing regions, an estimated million women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using safe and effective family planning methods, for reasons ranging from lack of access to information or services to lack.
Informed choice for adult women, less so for adolescents. When asked what family planning methods they recommend to a client, about three fourths of providers (n = 28) stated that they do not recommend specific methods, but rather, counsel the woman about available family planning methods and Cited by: 1.
Goal. Improve pregnancy planning and spacing, and prevent unintended pregnancy. Overview. Family planning is one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.1 The availability of family planning services allows individuals to achieve desired birth spacing and family size, and contributes to improved health outcomes for infants, children, women, and families.1, 2, 3.
Not only do adolescents have access to services, but the services are of high quality and are appropriate for their reproductive needs. Objective 4: Access to family planning services Adolescents have access to services at a time, convenient for them. Objective 3: Agency to use family planning.
Not only do adolescents wish to use family planningFile Size: 1MB. Equally necessary is the need to emphasise the importance of having condoms available and carrying them when going out to social functions, so as to 'be ready'.
access to family planning for. allow condom availability. How will condoms be made available to students. Schools can distribute condoms in a number of ways.
Distribution guidelines. Does the school already have certain procedures for students to access related health services. If so, you may need or want to follow a similar process for students to access condoms. Parental. We are here to help with your sexual and reproductive health.
We can offer you health information, clinical services, education, training and research. We work with people of any gender, age, ethnicity or sexual orientation. (YFHS); and, b) the availability of condoms.
The term ‘YFHS’ denotes efforts to improve the access to and quality of health service delivery to young people. The choice of a global indicator from these two options was made on the basis of their likelihood to promote or increase access to health services.
The odds of RH services utilization was 3 times higher among rural adolescents who have ever heard about RH services; moreover, adolescents who have ever discussed RH topics with their parents and well informed about RH issues were about 2 (AOR =95% CI: ) and 4 (AOR =95% CI: ) times more likely to use RH services.
Access to sexual and reproductive health services (SRH) is vital for sexually active adolescents; yet, their SRH care needs are often unmet.
We conducted a qualitative systematic review of mixed methods studies to assess adolescent and provider views of barriers to seeking appropriate medical care for sexually transmitted infection (STI) services for adolescents. Check out these resources for adolescent contraception and condom use services.
Federally funded Title X family planning clinics offer low-cost STD testing and contraceptive services for all who want and need them. By law, priority is given to persons from low-income families.
Adolescents and others can find a Title X funded clinic by zip code. Self-injection of subcutaneous depot medroxyprogesterone acetate may offer greater discretion and increase access to injectable contraception, particularly for those who face challenges accessing clinic services.
In particular, unmarried adolescents often encounter stigma when seeking services, and may also lack the financial means to travel to clinics on the quarterly basis that injectable. South Africa faces numerous reproductive challenges that include high rates of unplanned and adolescent pregnancies.
The uptake and utilization of family planning services and modern contraception methods depend on numerous factors. The male partner plays a key role in reproductive health but data on this topic are outdated or have a predominant HIV prevention focus.
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The purpose of this study was to assess whether government policies to expand the coverage of maternal health and family planning (MHFP) services were benefiting the adolescents in need.
To this end, we estimated government MHFP expenditure for to year-old adolescents without social security (SS) coverage between and We evaluated its evolution and distribution nationally.
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A literature review on factors effecting the utilization of family planning services Among Women Living With HIV in Tanzania. A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the degree. Condoms can be bought from Family Planning clinics, pharmacies, supermarkets, pubs, public toilets, nightclubs, dairies, sex shops and online.
It is cheaper to get them on prescription from a Family Planning clinic, a Sexual Health Centre or a doctor. The 5th International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) from October will convene some high-level policy-makers, scientists, researchers, programme managers, civic leaders, youth, and diverse organisations from over countries around the world to share their best research and practices and to use their knowledge to expand access to family planning services.
Recent Trends in Adolescent Condom Use. The condom remains the most popularly used contraceptive method among teenagers. 3 An increased proportion of sexually active adolescents report using a condom at last intercourse, according to 2 CDC surveys.
In the YRBS, condom use increased from % in to % in 3 The prevalence of condom use was higher among male (%). His condom + her hormonal birth control or IUD = DOUBLE PROTECTION. Be responsible! Visit your local health care center. Many clinics provide free or low-cost counseling and reproductive health services, including birth control, for teens.
By law, Title X family planning clinics must offer private and confidential services for teens.availability of condoms to adolescents in. the adolescent sexual reproductive health and rights policy and the Rwanda family planning policy. We find that access to condoms in schools."Why They Delay: A Study of Teenage Family Planning Clinic Patients," 13 Family Planning Perspectives ().
Condom Availability Programs Do Not Increase Teenage Sexual Activity The same proportion of sampled students were found to be sexually active (about 60%) in both New York City schools with condom availability programs and Chicago.