Role of men in family planning in Niger State, Nigeria

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Birth control -- Nigeria -- Niger State, Men -- Nigeria -- Niger State -- Sexual beh

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Nigeria, Niger State., Niger

StatementG.K. Osagbemi, A.C. Oyeyipo, O.O. Olu.
ContributionsOyeyipo, A. C., Olu, O. O., Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.N5 O83 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination63, [1] p. ;
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Open LibraryOL6862556M
ISBN 109781811986
LC Control Number00375609
OCLC/WorldCa44583263

Objectives To determine the role of men in family planning decision-making in both rural and urban areas of Nigeria. Methods A total number of married men ( rural and urban) were interviewed using a pre-tested, semi-structured interviewer based questionnaire.

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The study was conducted in the Iwaro community in Atakumosa West Local Government area (rural men) and the Cited by: Get this from a library. Role of men in family planning in Niger State, Nigeria. [G K Osagbemi; A C Oyeyipo; O O Olu; Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research.].

in Niger (84%) and Y obe (86%) Plateau State, Nigeria Methods: A descriptive design was used, and a total of respondents took part in the study. the Nigeria book of men in family planning and. But men can effectively contribute their quota to family planning by getting a vasectomy, which is a surgical procedure for male sterilisation or permanent contraception.

A Nigerian woman gives birth to an average of children in her lifetime. A commitment maker sincethe Government of Nigeria works with key stakeholders to address socio-cultural norms such as: preference for large families, religious tenets, and women's lack of decision-making power related to sexual and reproductive health.

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This research was designed to examine the significance of family planning towards the increasing population of Nigeria in Oredo local government area in Edo State.

The research instrument used was the questionnaires fourth couples were used for the study. Nigeria held its third national family planning conference last November where the Federal Ministry of Health unveiled a five-year blueprint to reach its FP commitments.

Nigerian Men Are are Too Ambitious. Yes most definitely. Especially those of the ***** extraction. They are so ambitious to the extent that they can do practically anything to make money to fulfill their dreams.

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Some men may rob, steal, kill etc just to make money. With this state of mind, they are highly unpredictable and can do anything. Niger has put its focus on task shifting and a minimum service package for family planning through community based approach, broadening the method choice to its clients.

The country looks to the private sector for financial support implementing its national health strategy, of which 15% will be allocated to youth-specific FP interventions.

Daniel G, Okoli N, Kumzhi P, Wina F, Ari E, Onyejekwe G. Awareness and use of family planning methods among men in Mista Ali District, Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. Afr J. very well said. its time for Nigeria and other African countries to recognise and appreciate women as added value to its society.

its sad that inmen still see us as second class citizens. Men’s perception that family planning will promote female promiscuity contributes to the persistently low contraceptive uptake in Nigeria.

There is a need for targeted approach that aim to reorient male partners and promote behavioural changes towards family planning. Family Planning Knowledge, Attitudes And Practices of Males in llorin, Nigeria "Although the use of contraceptives among [lilorin] men in our study was limited, favorable attitudes toward family planning and a willingness to use contraceptives have clearly emerged, probably recently, among some.

PDF | OnR. Uchem published GENDER ROLES OF MEN AND WOMEN IN NIGERIA AND IN THE UNITED KINGDOM | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. “‘The unmet need for family planning equally rose marginally like in the previous years, and Only about per cent of contraception need was not met,” the report said.

communication about family planning decision making; and investigate the correlates of men’s opinion about their roles in family planning decision making. Methods Study Location The study was conducted in Ile-Ife, headquarters of Ife Central Local Government Area in Osun State, Southwest Nigeria.

The community is semi-urban. A national survey carried out to ascertain the interaction between family planning attitudes and use in Nigeria by Odimegwu () showed that while almost 75% of women registered a high level of support for men playing a role in family planning, only about 30% of the men did.

Other. the London Summit on Family Planning, the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) developed the Nigeria Family Planning Blueprint (Scale-Up Plan). The FMOH has incorporated existing plans with additional strategic planning and consultation to draft the comprehensive, five-year costed scale-up plan.

The Blueprint is intended to guide. WOMEN EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FAMILY ROLE AND STABILITY. Uzoma Aja-Okorie. Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University Abakaliki, Ebonyi State Nigeria.

Abstract. Education helps men and women claim their rights and realize their potential in economic, political and social arenas. And the family-planning logbook is being pored over by the DfID's north Nigeria health adviser.

Susan Elden hails from Ohio but has also worked as a. In Niamey, Niger’s capital city, the global health organisation PSI sends outreach workers to meet with women and talk about family planning. This is how year-old Hadiza Idrissa ended up in. Different Types Of Family Structures In Nigeria tycoonsupdates family issues Edit: 1.

Traditional Families: In traditional families gender roles are strictly adhered to. Men provide everything a nd women take care of the chores and kids. This works for men and women who are both traditional in their orientation, It would be a near.

family planning in Haiti, family planning initiatives, and the Social Ecological Framework. Sectionfamily planning worldwide, provides a brief backgroundon how family plan ning is seen worldwide, including decisions made for family planning stemming from the International.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION KONTAGORA NIGER STATE,NIGERIA. E-mail: [email protected] _____ ABSTRACT The study identified the cause and effect of teenage pregnancy among teenagers in Kontagora Local Government Area of Niger State. The study adopted the simple percentage survey research design involving 40 teenagers.

Men's roles Males in the households typically have a greater decision making power then the rest of the family. Sometimes the sons may even make the decisions for the mothers, but that usually only occurs if the father can't.

Most Nigerians believe the male is supposed to take up. Role lines have blurred and the general goal is that both husband and wife & kids reach an expected end. Teamwork. These days Men are more hands on in the home and women are more hands on in finance. It doesn't matter so long as they have the same vision and are reading from the same book.

TCI Nigeria worked with the Advocacy Core Group and local stakeholders of Niger State to develop advocacy fact sheets on the following topics: Child Birth Spacing for Healthy Families and a Happy State; Child Birth Spacing for Healthy Families and a Happy State: Role of Legislators Webinar Shows How Nigeria Is Improving Family Planning.

This mixed-methods study in Niger – inspired by the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) – offers critical Child marriage, fertility, and family planning in Niger: Results from a study inspired by the International Men and Gender GEH takes a leadership role in conducting innovative global public health research.

Much commerce is conducted by truck and traditional camel caravan trade between Niger and Nigeria. Goods in local markets include fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables, dried river fish, canned goods from Algeria, household supplies and tools and cloth from as far away as China, spices, perfumes, and traditional medicines from Algeria.

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Saro-Wiwa was a member of the Ogoni people, an ethnic minority in Nigeria. More women are embracing family planning in Nigeria.

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