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Rural community structure and contraceptive use in Nigeria

by Andrew G. Onokerhoraye

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Published by University of Benin in Benin City, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Nigeria.,
    • Fertility, Human -- Social aspects -- Nigeria.,
    • Nigeria -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [198]-225) and index.

      StatementAndrew G. Onokerhoraye and Francisca I. Omorodion.
      SeriesBenin social science series for Africa
      ContributionsOmorodion, Francisca I.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.N5 O56 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 280 p. ;
      Number of Pages280
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL744942M
      ISBN 109782027219
      LC Control Number97137869

        “I look forward to a Nigeria where all schools have access to the internet, interactive boards in classrooms, e-learning availability even in rural communities and conducive environment and well. Contraceptive Practices Among Women in Rural Communities in South-Western Nigeria Author: Olugbenga-Bello AI, Abodunrin OL, Adeomi AA Subject: Global Journal of Medical Research,Vol. 11 Issue 2 (Ver ) July Keywords.

      The factor of illiteracy or low level of illiteracy acts as a great inhibitor to information access and assimilation in rural communities in Nigeria. When thinking of information that can help solve a problem in a development context, we inevitably see such information as being a resource with which to solve a particular problem. Modern contraceptive methods constitute most contraceptive use. Globally in , 57 per cent of married or in-union women of reproductive age used a modern method of family planning.

      Furthermore, a review of related literature for clear understating of the two working concept; local government and rural development in Nigeria is of paramount necessity because of the usefulness of local government to rural development or rural community in Nigeria especially in a populated country like ours. Socio Demographic Characteristics. Caldwell and Caldwell 18 reported that in Ibadan City, Nigeria, initial use was to allow pregnancy-free premarital sex in 35 per cent of cases, to space births in 31 per cent, to replace terminal abstinence (when grandmothers) in 7 percent, and for stopping childbearing in 4 per cent. By the early s, the situation with regard to all contraceptive .


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Rural community structure and contraceptive use in Nigeria by Andrew G. Onokerhoraye Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rural and community development in Nigeria have been at the center of policy practices over many is borne out of the general consensus that the economy of Nigeria depends on the viability of the rural productive sector,largely dominated by agrarian-based uently,rural and community development have been historically Author: Nseabasi S.

Akpan. The aim of this paper is to describe the rural structure of Nigeria on the basis of some indicators and internationally accepted methodology rather than just the population criterion that is.

In this article, we used the real-world example data of the demographic and health survey for Nigeria to develop a machine learning model that will predict modern contraceptive use in the rural. In their study of a rural community in Osun State, Olugbenga – Bello,Abodunrin and Adeomi () reported that there is high prevalence rate of contraceptive usage of % by women and they attributed this to cost and availability factors.

Contraception: Rural Nigeria's family-planning challenge. By Jane Dreaper Health correspondent, BBC News. and are helping to train new community health workers in. noted that Nigeria is not alone in the recognition of these facts. Leaders of the developing countries in Africa have also come to accept the development of rural areas as a sine qua non for national development.

In Nigeria, over the years the stated objectives and strategies of rural and community. Rural infrastructure is a broad concept that covers the basic facilities and services required for rural communities and rural development.

A Typical Rural Area in Nigeria Local Government is a government at the grassroots level of administration meant for meeting the peculiar needs of the rural people.

Conclusion: In the present study, there was a low contraceptive use among women of rural origin despite good knowledge.

Motivation of couples through media and health personnel can help to achieve positive attitude of husbands for effective use of contraceptives. Key words: Knowledge.

Practice. Contraception. Methods. Rural. Women. meeting women’s need for modern contraceptive use would prevent about one quarter to one third of all maternal deaths, savingtolives a year in Sub-Saharan Africa (Darroch&Nadreau, ). At the national level, family planning programs in Kenya are an essential part of services to reduce maternal and.

Impact of Women In Community Development In Nigeria The easiest ways of economizing effort in an inquiry is to review and build upon the works already done by others.

The work already done by others may be found in journals, newspapers, books, and records relating to the study in question. Background: Contraceptive widely known in most rural setting as family planning is the planning of when to have children and the use of birth control and other techniques to implement such plans.

al status is a determinant of health; it also has an influence on women fs knowledge and uptake of contraceptive, the study therefore assessed the family planning. Nigeria has made no progress in improving the use of contraceptives for the past 10 years.

Contraceptive use in the country is incredibly low. Contraceptive use. Community-based Study of Contraceptive Behaviour in Nigeria Boniface A.

Oye-Adeniran 1,7, Isaac F. Adewole 2,7, Augustine V. Umoh 3, Adesina Oladokun 2 Abidoye Gbadegesin 4, Ekanem E. Ekanem5, Bidemi Yusuf6, Kofo A. Odeyemi5, Ngozi Iwere7 and Pat Mahmoud7 ABSTRACT A cross sectional, community-based, descriptive study among women of. The common modern contraceptive methods use by women in Nigeria and other countries in studies that were reviewed included; males condoms, injectibles, pills.

Given the shift, this paper interrogates the conceptions of contraceptive use among rural communities in KwaZulu-Natal. Our primary objective is to understand the dynamics surrounding access to and use of family planning services in peri-urban and rural areas of KwaZulu-Natal.

use contraceptives tend to have a better quality of life, higher social status and greater autonomy (Asiinwe et al., ). Contraceptive use improves maternal and child health (Osemwenkha, ). Unfortunately, family planning has steadily decreased as an international priority in recent years (Gribble and Haffey, ).

ADVERTISEMENTS: The ten essential characteristics of the rural community are as follows: a. Size of the Community b. Density of Population c. Agriculture is the Main Occupation d. Close Contact with Nature e.

Homogeneity of Population f. Social Stratification g. Social Interaction h. Social Mobility i. Social Solidarity j. Joint Family. Size of the [ ]. Although rural areas in Nigeria habour over eighty percent of the national population, they can only boast of about ten percent of the infrastructure and other indices of development.

The billions of dollars, which the three tiers of government and international agencies budget for the development of rural areas are often frittered away.

use of contraceptives were religion and family setting, p-value and respectively. Conclusion: The point prevalence rate of contraception among the rural women was %, with fear of side effect and husbands’ disapproval among other reasons being the.

The use of modern contraceptive methods was predominant among women aged years. The reason was attributed to fear of conception amongst them.

The main sources of knowledge of family planning were radio/TV and schools. The study recommends that subjects/courses on modern contraceptive methods and family planning should be introduced in our.

knowledge. The aim is to put rural people in a position to have the necessary information for informed decision-making and the relevant skills to improve their livelihoods. Communication in this context is therefore a non-linear process with the content of data or information. In Communication for Development approaches, rural people are at the.

Family planning services have an important role within the scope of “Primary Health Care”, which must be presented to the public [9, 10, 11]. In studies on family planning in the world, differentiation in attitudes, behaviors and the use of contraceptive methods largely lead to change in fertility.

Conclusion and Recommendation: Problems of Birth Control Use in Rural Nigeria The use of Modern Birth Control Methods is rather low in rural communities across Nigeria. Thus, there is the need for governments and NGOs to provide more opportunities for awareness in the rural areas for the purpose of teaching birth control methods.