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Increasing access to safe abortion in rural Rajasthan

Increasing access to safe abortion in rural Rajasthan

outcomes of a comprehensive abortion care model

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Published by Population Council in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementShireen J. Jejeebhoy, et al
The Physical Object
Pagination67 p.
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25215171M
LC Control Number2012323596

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Unsafe abortion in rural Tanzania – the use of traditional medicine from a patient and a provider perspective Vibeke Rasch1*, Pernille H Sørensen2, Anna R Wang3, Flora Tibazarwa4 and Anna K Jäger5 Abstract Background: The circumstances under which women obtain unsafe abortion vary and depend on the traditionalCited by: Abortion Assessment Project – India: Summary and Key Findings Dr. Mala Ramanathan and Dr. P Sankara Sarma (Editors) For many decades now maternal health has been recognised as a crucial area of concern. In this context, incidence, access, safety, .

In India, abortion was legalised by the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, Yet, even today, a majority of women do not have access to safe abortion services. Legal abortion services are not easily accessible, and women continue to resort to unsafe practices and self-induced abortions, making a mockery of the legalisation of abortion. Safe abortion services are almost non-existent for the great majority of Indian women and exist-ing public services are under-utilised by the community for abortion cares The study We carried out a community-based study in rural South India in to determine the prevalence of induced abortion, its role as a spacing method, the magnitude of Cited by:

It provides information about the rural life in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is a royal land with invincible forts, magnificent palaces, rich culture and heritage, beauty and natural resources. Chief among these is the lack of access to safe abortion services, apart from a general lack of awareness among women, particularly those in rural and remote areas of the country.


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Increasing access to safe abortion in rural Rajasthan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abortion services were legalized in India inhowever, the access to safe abortion services is restricted, especially in rural areas. Inmedical abortion using mifepristone- misoprostol was approved for termination of pregnancy, however, its use has been limited in primary care by: 6.

Background: Abortion services were legalized in India inhowever, the access to safe abortion services is restricted, especially in rural areas.

Inmedical abortion using mifepristone- misoprostol was approved for termination of pregnancy, however, its use has been limited in primary care by: 6. Request PDF | The reality of unsafe abortion in a rural community in South India | Though the law in India has permitted medical termination of pregnancy on broad legal grounds for over two.

Abortion is still one the five major causes of maternal deaths in India, and the government needs to make more of an impact on the provision of safe abortion services. The potential for increasing availability of safe abortion services in rural areas through provision by trained nurses needs to be by: 8.

Background Despite being legally available in India sincebarriers to safe and legal abortion remain, and unsafe and/or illegal abortion continues to be a problem. As the FDA reportedly nears a final decision on whether to approve U.S. sales of the French abortion pill RU, a study indicates that women living in rural areas of the country still do not Author: Jeanie Lerche Davis.

barriers to safe and accessible abortion care for women in diverse communi-ties. As a continuation of this effort, the National Abortion Federation convened the Consortium on Increasing Access to Abortion for Women in Diverse Communities in Washington, DC on April 4, Participants from health care advocacy associations, faith-based.

Improving Abortion Access by Expanding Those Who Provide Care By Donna Barry and Julia Rugg Maam Endnotes and citations. Improving access to safe abortion in a rural primary care setting in India: experience of a service delivery intervention.

Reprod Health. ; doi: /s ArticleCited by: 6. The reality is that rural women lack access to safe affordable contraception and abortion services and this should not be acceptable in one of the world’s wealthiest nations.

Supporting rural women and men to take control of their sexual and reproductive health requires a multi-agency approach. In order to truly improve access to safe abortion care, increased knowledge is needed among providers and women. List of papers: I.

Medical Student's attitudes and Perceptions on Abortion: a cross-sectional survey among medical interns in Maharastra, India Sjöström S, Essén B, Sydén F, Gemzell-Danielsson K, Klingberg Allvin M Contraception Author: Susanne Sjöström. abortion in the RCH package and work towards making it safe.

While the climate seems to be favourable to initiate debate on safe abortion among key stakeholders, lack of reliable information, wide regional and rural-urban differences, inability to bring various constituencies File Size: KB. In rural Rajasthan, construction will soon be underway for a new all-girls school that will showcase local goods and heritage handiwork in this former medieval-trading center, while combining Author: Liz Willen.

selected districts of northern Karnataka. The project was designed to improve overall reproductive health among the local population and reduce maternal morbidity and mortality by enhancing access to safe abortion services and increasing the uptake of postabortion contraception.

The focus was on expanding and improving safe abortion. 'Abortion’ is not only a biological but also a social phenomenon.

Women’s experiences of abortion are often interpreted with cultural, ethical, moral or religious connotations. Though abortion became legal in India in and was later included in the Reproductive Child Health programme in the post-Cairo period, ‘abortion seeking’ continues to be a private act that set it apart from.

‘Rules push women to unsafe abortion options’ The doctor said it only pointed towards a grave unmet need for contraception and access to safe abortion.

Ads 2 Book Bank Exam App ET. Access to and information about abortion services in Australia varies across States and Territories. This is a significant hurdle for women seeking to manage their reproductive and sexual health.

Safe abortion services are those where women have timely access to health service providers who are appropriately equipped and trained. This paper reports on a survey conducted in rural Udaipur to gauge the delivery of health care and the impact it has on the health status of the largely poor population of the region.

The study shows that the quality of public service is extremely low and that unqualified private providers account for the bulk of health care provision.

The low quality of public facilities has. As many medical providers are unwilling to be based in rural areas, the strategy of training Bachelor of Science Nurses, Lady Health Visitors (LHV) and Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANM), to provide safe abortion services with manual vacuum aspiration equip-ment might be considered (Khan et al.

z Increasing affordability of safe abortion. To receive a service that’s legal, she suffers so much.” Adding to the difficulty is the reality that most women don’t have access to abortion services at all—only 20 percent of state-funded public health centers located in rural areas offer abortion.

This is where IDF steps in. The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) authorities have asked districts to form committees stressing the need for implementation of safe abortion services at health centres as per Medical.health in general, and they have especially poor access to safe abortion services, which leads to delays in obtaining services and reliance on unsafe providers.

n Estimates of abortion in India are based on a variety of indirect methods that likely underesti-mate its prevalence; improved incidence studies are an important area for future research.of abortions in rural Rajasthan (table 1). ARTH has recently carried out a study of abortion providers and facilities in two districts (Jalore and Kota) of Rajasthan8.A comprehensive listing of providers showed that there were a total of informal or ISM providers in the district, of which were likely to be providing abortion Size: KB.