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Regional aspects of family planning and fertility behavior in Indonesia

Dov Chernichovsky

Regional aspects of family planning and fertility behavior in Indonesia

by Dov Chernichovsky

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C. (1818 H St., N.W., Washington 20433) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Indonesia,
    • Birth control -- Indonesia,
    • Indonesia -- Population

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Dov Chernichovsky, Oey Astra Meesook.
      SeriesWorld Bank staff working paper ;, no. 462
      ContributionsOey Astra Meesook.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1057 .C47
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 62 p. :
      Number of Pages62
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3863907M
      LC Control Number81185211

      fertility among adolescents, the type of support that Governments provide to family planning programmes, legal grounds under which induced abortion is permitted, and Government policies regarding. Adolescent fertility and family planning in East Asia and the Pacific: a review of DHS reports Elissa Kennedy1, Natalie Gray1,2*, Peter Azzopardi1 and Mick Creati1,2,3 Abstract Background: Adolescent pregnancy has significant health and socio-economic consequences for women, their .

      THE STATUS OF FAMILY PLANNING AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN INDONESIA, Adrian C. Hayes Australian National University 1 Aims of the Report The International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in adopted a Programme of Action with an ambitious goal: All countries should take steps to meet family-planning needs of their. family planning in Indonesia is now heavily dependent on private institutions and practitioners, with all the implications this has for the possibility of government policy to shape.

      Socioeconomic development may also influence fertility indirectly through family planning programs and behavior. Hernandez wrote that development generates "the demand for and use of [family planning] program means of limiting births.., [and] represents the infrastructure and the sociopolitical context that influence the extent.   Adolescent pregnancy has significant health and socio-economic consequences for women, their families and communities. Efforts to prevent too-early pregnancy rely on accurate information about adolescents' knowledge, behaviours and access to family planning, however available data are limited in some settings. Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) reports are recognised as Cited by:


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Get this from a library. Regional aspects of family planning and fertility behavior in Indonesia. [Dov Chernichovsky; Oey Astra Meesook.]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Fertility behavior in rural and urban Indonesia. Chernichovsky D, Newlon B, Sigit H. PIP: The cross-sectional picture of urban and rural fertility which emerges from recently published Indonesian national level data from the Intercensal Survey are by: 1.

Family Planning and Fertility Behavior: Evidence from Twentieth Century Malaysia Abstract There is longstanding debate about the contribution of family planning programs to fertility decline.

Studying the staggered introduction of family planning across Malaysia during the s and s, we find modest responses in fertility behavior. Since its original FP commitment inIndonesia has increased domestic investments for family planning, and init updated its commitment to allocating USD$ billion for family planning program between and Suharto's family planning program managed to halve Indonesia's fertility rate from children per woman in the early s to an average of children per woman by Suharto's authoritarian New Order regime ended in but its family program was continued by his successors, although the success of this program started to wane.

PIP: Many family planning specialists worldwide are praising the success of the family program of Indonesia because fertility rates have fallen considerably in many parts of the country.

Yet, others question the reliability of the data collected and distributed by the National Family Co-ordinating Cited by: 1.

Many observers credit Indonesia's National Family Planning Coordinating Board (known by its acronym, BKKBN) as being instrumental in this fertility reductior. and slowdown of populatior. growth. BKKBN is a public sector organization responsible for planning and coordination of almost all family planningFile Size: 7MB.

There is longstanding debate about the contribution of family planning programs to fertility decline. Studying the staggered introduction of family planning across Malaysia during the s and s, we find modest responses in fertility behavior.

Overall, Malaysia’s total fertility rate declined by about one quarter birth under family planning, explaining only about   Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous country, cut its fertility rate in half over a year period.

Now its program faces pushback from conservatives, mirroring global trends in family. Mahmoud F. Fathalla, Mohamed M.F. Fathalla, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Family Planning. Family planning is a basic component of the sexual and reproductive health package.

Fertility by choice, not by chance, is a basic requirement for women's health. Falling Fertility in Indonesia: Success in National Family Planning ESULTS from the recently published National ln- donesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey provide evidence of rapidly falling fertility in Indonesia over the past two decades.

Since fertility has dropped from an average Of chil- dren per woman to a cur. Hayes, Andrian. “The Status of Family Planning and Reproductive Health in Indonesia”. UNFPA - ICOMP Regional Consultation: Family Planning in Asia and the Pacific Addressing the Challenges DecemberBangkok, Thailand.

Herartri, Rina. “Family Planning Decision-Making: Case Studies in West Java, Indonesia.”Author: Muhadjir Darwin, Dewi Haryani Susilastuti, Yam’ah Tsalatsa Abritaningrum, Triyastuti Setianingrum, S. This paper examines the contributions of family planning programs, economic development, and women’s status to Indonesian fertility decline from to Methodologically we unify seemingly conflicting demographic and economic frameworks into a single “structural” proximate-cause model as well as controlling statistically for the targeted (nonrandom) placement of family Cited by: The presence of family planning programs in a woman’s village, especially if they have been in place for several years, appear to yield significant fertility reductions.

Our empirical approach also allows us to examine both the direct effects of family planning programs on. The Indonesian family planning program: an economic perspective (English) Abstract.

Indonesia has achieved one of the most impressive records in fertility reduction over the past two decades. The country's total fertility rate has declined from an estimated in - to in Population growth has been estimated at family planning programs and to socioeconomic context warrants reexamination.

In the long term, economic de-velopment is expected to lead to fertility decline, as it did in North America and Western Europe. At the same time, it seems clear that a good family planning program can re-duce fertility, even in very poor countries, as in Bangladesh.

Promoting spousal discussion of family planning has frequently been advocated as a viable policy tool for narrowing the gender gap in partners' fertility intentions in developing countries.1 Discussion between spouses is expected to increase contraceptive use, because a sizable minority of women cite their husband's disapproval of contraception as the reason for nonuse.

Suggested Citation:"The Effects of Program Subsidies on Contraceptive Use and Fertility." National Research Council. Resource Allocation for Family Planning in Developing Countries: Report of a Meeting. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

doi:. Indonesia had one of the most successful national family planning initiatives in the world untilwhen a decentralization process threatened previous gains. Find out how progress is again. Indonesia: Family Planning Perspectives in the s (World Bank Country Study) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.Abstract Numerous studies indicate that female education is a major determinant of fertility and that the estimated effects are large relative to other variables, including family planning program variables.

There are, however, two serious deficiencies in the research relating educational attainment to fertility that could give rise to invalid by: Family planning programs and the reduction in fertility in South and Southeast Asia Tey Nai Peng, University of Malaya, Malaysia Introduction The fertility level in Asian countries has been declining since the launching of family planning programs about five decades ago, albeit at different pace.

Some countries have already attained.