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Sri Lanka contraceptive survey, 1985

Sri Lanka contraceptive survey, 1985

an innovative approach to the study of traditional and modern contraceptive practices.

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Published by Dept. of Census and Statistics, Ministry of Plan Implementation, Family Health International in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Research Triangle Park, N.C., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sri Lanka.,
  • Sri Lanka
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Sri Lanka.,
    • Birth control -- Sri Lanka -- Statistics.,
    • Family life surveys -- Sri Lanka.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsSri Lanka. Janalēkhana hā Saṅkhyālēkhana Depārtamēntuva.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.S74 S67 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 130 p. ;
      Number of Pages130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1830752M
      ISBN 109555770107
      LC Control Number89902609

      to Sri Lanka in the current context. Field work of the survey was carried out in two phases ie., in Sinhala speaking housing units from September to May and Tamil speaking housing units from August to October It should be stated that there were about blocks where there were a mixture of communitiesFile Size: KB. The combined oral contraceptive pill tends to reduce lactation and is not recommended for these women. Progesterone only pill or injection is suitable for women who are feeding their babies. Progesterone only injection known as Depo-Provera has been popular in Sri Lanka in planning the family. The injections need to be taken every 3 months.

      Minerals Yearbook (Volume III. -- Area Reports: International)Listed below are chapters from the Minerals Yearbook (Volume III. -- Area Reports: International). These annual reviews are designed to provide timely statistical data on mineral commodities in various countries. Each report includes sections on government policies and programs, environmental issues, trade and. The World Fertility Survey: an assessment by World Fertility Survey (Book); Socio-economic development and fertility decline: an application of the Easterlin synthesis approach to data from the world fertility survey (Colombia, Costa Rica, Sri Lanka, and Tunisia) by John Persons McHenry (Book).

      Fertility Preferences and Contraceptive Change in Developing Countries. because demand for contraception at the survey date is a matter of whether or not the. and Sri Lanka .   Fernando, D. F. S. () Changing nuptiality patterns in Sri Lanka between the censuses of and , International Population Conference, Florence, , Vol. 3, , International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, by:


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Sri Lanka contraceptive survey, 1985 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of the Sri Lanka Contraceptive Survey (SLCS) was to provide a detailed examination of the knowledge and use of traditional and modern contraceptive methods in Sri Lanka, and to document changes in these practices over time. Both qualitative and quantitative data collection methodologies were employed to achieve these goals.

The purpose of the Sri Lanka Contraceptive Survey (SLCS) was to provide a detailed examination of the knowledge and use of traditional and modern contraceptive methods in Sri Lanka, and to document changes in these practices over time. Both qualitative and quantitative data collection methodologies were employed to achieve these goals.

Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka Contraceptive Survey - Reference ID: DDI-LKA-DCS-SLCSv Year: Country: Sri Lanka: Producer(s) Department of Census and Statistics - Ministry of Finance and planning Sponsor(s) Family Health International - FHI - Funding source: Collection(s) Health.

The SLCS, 1985 book out by the Department of Census and Statistics (DCS) in collaboration with FHI, generated a wide variety of opportunities to explore various aspects of contraceptive behavior. Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka Contraceptive Survey - Reference ID: DDI-LKA-DCS-SLCSv Year: Country: Sri Lanka: Producer(s) Department of Census and Statistics - Ministry of Finance and planning National Data Archive - Department of Census and Statistics, Sri Lanka.

Contraceptive method change among rural Sri Lankan women failure are examined using data from a survey of family planning behaviour of rural Sinhalese married women aged 15.

Sri Lanka current use 1985 book contraception: patterns and determinants (English) Abstract. This paper uses data from the World Bank and UNFPA sponsored survey on the Determinants of Fertility Decline in Sri Lanka.

The multivariate analysis shows that the traditionally strong influences on fertility, and hence contraceptive use, such as education Author: Sulekha Patel. The effect of moderate son preference on family size is analysed using data from the Sri Lanka Contraceptive Prevalence Survey whose respondents were followed-up in the Sri Lanka Contraceptive Survey.

Reported reproductive intentions on desire for additional children were not always reflected in overall contraceptive by: Stalls in the fertility decline in Costa Rica, Korea, and Sri Lanka (English) Abstract.

This study seeks to answer questions regarding stalls in the decline of fertility in three countries and the reasons for such stalls. In the three countries studied, the total fertility rate began with a sustained rapid decline during the ls, but stalled Cited by: Sri Lanka’s Success Story in Population Management: A Lesson for Other Programmes* By Dr.

A.T.P.L. Abeykoon (Economic Review, Vol, Nos. 3&4, June/July, ) Introduction The population programme in Sri Lanka is one of the most successfully implemented programmes by Government since Independence.

It is a lesson for other public sector. • The family planning activities in Sri Lanka commenced in with the establishment of the Family Planning Association. • The government recognized the work of the Association in by providing an annual grant.

• Inan agreement was signed between the governments of Sri Lanka and Sweden for co-operation in a pilot project on File Size: 35KB. Social Conditions of Sri Lanka Introduction Sri Lanka is far ahead of her South Asian neighbours in the accomplishment of human development goals.

Life expectancy at birth is currently 72 yrs. and is close to the estimated lifespan in the developed countries. High literacy rates, lowFile Size: KB. Sri Lanka Highest in Kandy district Polonnaruwa Lowest in Colombo, Gampaha, Kegalle • Total demand for family planning 72% • Contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) 65 % • Unmet need % Highest CPR 74 % in Ratnapura and Kalutara Lowest CPR 18 % in Mannar % in Batitcaloa Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR).

Family Health International (Organization) Title(s): Sri Lanka Contraceptive Survey, an innovative approach to the study of traditional and modern contraceptive practices. Country of Publication: Sri Lanka Publisher: Colombo, Sri Lanka.

However, in Sri Lanka, contraceptive use among unmarried couples is low due to cultural barriers and lack of knowledge on SRHR [19,22, 23] and abortion is. Author(s): Sri Lanka. Janalēkhana hā San̊khyālēkhana Depārtamēntuva.; Family Health International (Organization) Title(s): Sri Lanka contraceptive survey, an innovative approach to the study of traditional and modern contraceptive practices.

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a Sri Lanka World Fertility Survey (). b Sri Lanka Contraceptive Pre-valence Survey (). cSri Lanka Demographic and Health Survey ().

Source: Adapted from Tsui et al., ods, 22 percent used withdrawal as well; 29 percent of women using a modern method also relied upon a tra-ditional method, of which withdrawal was the most.

CHAPTER 5 FAMILY PLANNING Table Knowledge of contraceptive methods Percentage of ever married and currently married women age who know any contraceptive method, by specific method, Sri Lanka Women Method Ever married women Currently married women Any method Any modern method File Size: 65KB.

PIP: An analysis of data on women in Sri Lanka participating in the Contraceptive Prevalence Survey and in its follow-up study identified determinants of female sterilization and determined whether women's fertility intentions influenced behavior.

% of women who reported in (Time 1) that they wanted no more children Cited by: 2. Strength of fertility motivation: its effects on contraceptive use in rural Sri Lanka. Retherford RD, Thapa S, De Silva V. PIP: Sri Lanka's Rural Family Planning Survey (RFPS) was done between August of and February of by the Family Planning Association with the aid of Family Health by: 5.Stalls in the fertility decline in Costa Rica, Korea, and Sri Lanka (Inglês) Resumo.

This study seeks to answer questions regarding stalls in the decline of fertility in three countries and the reasons for such stalls.

In the three countries studied, the total fertility rate began with a sustained rapid decline during the ls, but stalled Cited by: Overdose of oral contraceptive pills as a means of intentional self-poisoning amongst young women in Sri Lanka: considerations for family planning Manjula Weerasinghe,1 Flemming Konradsen,2 Michael Eddleston,3 Melissa Pearson,4 Thilini Agampodi,5 Frederikke Storm,6 Suneth Agampodi7 For numbered affiliations see end of article.

Correspondence toCited by: 1.