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Factors affecting contraceptive use in peninsular Malaysia

Tey Nai Peng

Factors affecting contraceptive use in peninsular Malaysia

by Tey Nai Peng

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Published by International Statistical Institute, World Fertility Survey in (The Hague, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Contraception -- Malaysia.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 27.

    StatementTeyNai Peng (and) Idris Abdurahman.
    SeriesScientific reports / WFS -- no. 23, Scientific reports (World Fertility Survey) -- no. 23.
    ContributionsAbdurahman, Idris.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19453915M

    Modelling the trends and patterns of contraceptive use have drawn great interests among researchers worldwide but the case is not so in Malaysia. This study models the relationship between contraceptive use and several socio-demographic factors that include age at first marriage, ethnic group, level of education, employment status, place of residence, and number of life birth, of married women. Palamuleni Contraceptive use in Malawi African Journal of Reproductive Health September ; 17(3): 93 grouped into three categories: Demographic, socio-economic and attitudinal factors. of contraception is the highest in Sub Saharan Demographic factors Different studies have identified such demographic.

    contributing factors preventing uses of contraceptives methods as in eastern Sudan (Abdel Aziem A Ali et al., ). Study showed low use of family planning Remarkably low rates of contraceptive usage together with high maternal and infant mortality rates indicate FP services are direly needed. Prevalence and factors affecting use of long acting and permanent contraceptive methods in Jinka town, Southern Ethiopia: A cross sectional Available via license: CC BY Content may.

    factors affecting use of long acting reversible contraceptive methods among married women of reproductive age group in Debre Markos town. Institution based un-matched case-control study was implemented from March 1- April 30/ A total of long acting and short acting contraceptive. Objectives: To evaluate the factors affecting the contraceptive choice of women in a developing s: Demographic characteristics, education and income level, previous and current contraceptive choices of the women from a maternity and a university hospital were retrospectively reviewed for 2 years. The data obtained from the two hospitals were analyzed by Student's t- and χ 2 .


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Factors affecting contraceptive use in peninsular Malaysia. [The Hague: International Statistical Institute] ; [London]: [World Fertility Survey], [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tey Nai Peng; Idris Abdurahman.

Titls report is concerned with selected factors affecting contraceptive use in Peninsular Malaysia, including demo­ graphic and background variables as well as fertility preferences and the availability of family planning services. The analysis is based on data collected in the Malaysian.

This Note considers the influences on contraceptive use in Peninsular Malaysia over the periodwhen the contraceptive use rate increased dramatically.

It indicates how influences differ among six contraceptive by: 8. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. The purpose of the study was to explore the association between couples’ joint participation in household decision making and modern contraceptive use (MCU) among fecund (physically able to bear child) young women in Bangladesh.

This study utilized a cross-sectional data (n = ) extracted from the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) Cited by: 2. Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTRODUCTION The Contraceptive Revolution in the Developing World, 5 Contraceptive Use in Sub-Saharan Africa, 6 Levels of Socioeconomic Organization Affecting Contraceptive Use, 12 Organization of Report, 18 2 LEVELS AND TRENDS IN CONTRACEPTIVE USE Sources of Data on Contraceptive Use, 19 Definition of Contraceptive.

Results. Current users of any contraceptive methods were found to make up thirty-three percent of the entire study population. The most preferred method of contraception was an intrauterine device (%), followed by, condom (%), coitus interruptus (%), tubal sterilization (11%), oral contraceptives (%) and lastly the “other methods” that consisted of depot injectables and.

Over the past 25 years the world has experienced a contraceptive revolution (Donaldson and Tsui, ). Contraceptive prevalence—the percentage of women of reproductive age, married or living in union, that use some type of contraceptive method—has risen from less than 10 percent around the world in the early s to an estimated 55 percent in the late s and early s (Bongaarts et.

This study aimed to investigate contraceptive use and its determinants in Kocaeli, Turkey. A questionnaire was applied to randomly selected sexually active women of reproductive age, in order to extract information concerning contraceptive use and sociodemographic factors affecting behavior and contraceptive use.

Knowledge of at least one method was nearly universal. The purpose of this study was to systematically review the literature regarding factors influencing contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa between and A total of 58 studies from twelve Sub-Saharan African countries were reviewed.

Keywords were grouped using the PEN-3 cultural model. Prior tofamily planning services in Malaysia were provided by the various state Family Planning Associations, and the services were largely confined to large urban centres. Findings from the West Malaysia Family Survey conducted in Peninsular Malaysia reported a contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) at merely percent.

Contraceptive Use and Associated Factors among Female Students in Wolaita Sodo ATVET College, Southern Ethiopia Course health Grade A Author MA Wesen Altaye (Author) Year Pages 38 Catalog Number V ISBN (eBook) ISBN (Book) File size KB Language English Notes.

Factors influencing decision on contraceptive use among married female youths and their husbands in a rural area of Ayeyarwaddy Division, Myanmar Myo Myo Mon Epidemiology Abstract Background Half of the world’s population are aged under 25 years of whom the majority are adolescents and youths, especially in developing countries.

account for 77 percent of all contraceptive use in the country (National Statistical Office and ICF Macro, ). This method mix reality raises some questions about the country’s contraceptive use dynamics particularly on the factors influencing contraceptive use and method choice among women.

Tehrani FR, Farahani FKA and Hashemi MS. Factors influencing contraceptive use in Tehran. Family Practice ; – Introduction. Asia, where >60% of the world's million couples of reproductive age live, shows a large variety in patterns of contraceptive use and use of different methods.

Factors affecting contraceptive use were maternal age of year, living in the urban area, family wealth status in the 4 th quintile, secondary school, working women, residing in Java/Bali, and the number of living children > 2.

Family planning policy information, education, and communication program should consider these determinants of. Williams, Linda, "Determinants of Contraceptive Use in Peninsular Malaysia: The Role of Access to Services Versus Economic Development and Substantive Policy Implications," M.A.

thesis, Brown University, Yeoh, Suan-Pow, "Informal Sector Participation and Women's Economic Position in West Malaysia," Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, It explores a selection of the factors that affect contraceptive use among young people.

These include age, race, sex, geographic location, relationship status and perceived risk. The study includes a rural-urban comparison, using focus group discussions and structured interviews from a pre-existing data set. specific factors affecting contraceptive use among different socio-cultural groups among the youth.

For instance what factors affect contraceptive use among the poor young people in Kenya. The studies should further identity strategies and interventions that can help increase contraceptive use within the different socio­ cultural groups. FACTORS INFLUENCING CONTRACEPTIVE PREFERENCE AND CHOICE study was to examine the factors influencing contraceptive preference and choices among WRA demographic, social, economic and service provider factors influence the contraceptive preference and choice with spousal approval being the major determinant.

To realize the. Factors associated with contraceptive use. Overall, most of the social and demographic characteristics of participants were significantly associated with contraceptive use (Tables 1 and 2).We found that women in the age group 20–24 years were 93% (AOR = ; 95% CI = –) more likely to use contraceptives compared to adolescents in the age group 15–19 years.use of contraception among some currently married women in Peninsular Malaysia.

The data are derived from the Ethnicity and Fertility Survey Malaysia, conducted by the National Family Planning Board, Malaysia.

Findings from the analysis show that responses from the preference questions are not mere rationalisation of existing children.Factors associated with contraceptive use among sexually active Nepalese youths in the Kathmandu Valley Laxmi Tamang1*, Camille Raynes-Greenow2, Kevin McGeechan2 and Kirsten Black3 Abstract Background: In Nepal, evidence is sparse regarding the use of contraception at first and current relationships among sexually active young people.