Health, family planning, and nutrition in India

first five year plan (1951-56) to eleventh five year plan (2007-12)
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New Century Publications , New Delhi, India
Statementedited by Rameshwari Pandya
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LC ClassificationsRA395.I5 H428 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 547 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL24380066M
ISBN 108177082000
ISBN 139788177082005
LC Control Number2009311940
OCLC/WorldCa426032919

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The findings of this survey on health, nutrition, and family planning include: (a) integration of services for health, nutrition, and family planning is the most cost-effective; (b) community participation leads to better handling of community health   Shetty and McPherson, ; Public Health Nutrition, ; Gillespie and Haddad, ) This paper draws on evidence from six countries (China, Egypt, India, Mexico, the Philippines and South Africa) to document the nutrition transition and the double   Child deaths in India have dropped by 45% since India’s success in improving child survival is proof that there can be a better future for India’s mothers and children.

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The paper surveys fourteen experiments and special projects in health, nutrition, and family planning in India. They fall into three broad categories--research projects, pilot   From toa series of quasi-experimental studies will be conducted in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, India to document the effects of integrating health and nutrition messaging into empowerment pathways across three different groups of women with young children: Community nutrition programme get 1 tablet of IFA per day forAll anaemic child get 1 tablet of IFA per day for days days All acceptors of family planning (IUD) are givenAll acceptors of family planning (IUD) are given one tablet of IFA for daysone tablet of IFA for days All adolescent girls were given 1 tablet of IFAAll   India is home to million adolescents.

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Director, Health Development Foundation, Women's and Children's Hospital, North Adelaide, South Australia. 2 Head, Division of Communication and Behavioral Science, Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University, Salaya,   Background.

Role of community health workers in primary health care provision has now been well established and oft-documented for improving the health of the population, particularly in countries which face serious dearth of skilled human resource [].Commonly known as “Lady Health Workers’ Programme”, National Program for Family Planning and Primary Health Care was launched