Family Planning in Tanzania: Contraceptive knowledge and use among married women in Tanzania at dilemma!

 
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Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey show 96% of women know at least one contraceptive method, but only 26% of married women are currently using any method. The study determines factors that influence contraceptive use for married women in Tanzania, analysing secondary data from TDHS through descriptive study design. Results show that fearing of side effects, desire to have more children, problem with access and availability, husband disapprove of contraceptive use, women education, regions, husband and women approves of family planning, discussion of family planning with partner, wealth index, and religion are determinants factors for contraceptive use. From results, I recommend increasing women enrolment in primary, secondary as well as university educations. Moreover, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and other stakeholder should conduct adequate and reliable counseling, timely follow-up of user and empower service providers to remove misconception about side effects as well as male involvement as an actor.

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Assistant Lecturer in School of Public Administration and Management of Mzumbe University. I obtain my Bachelor degree in Health Services Management from Mzumbe University Tanzania 2007 and Master of Science degree in Population studies from Groningen University 2010. Currently I am doing a PhD in Demography at University of Groningen (Netherlands).

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Book Description Book Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing | Contraceptive knowledge and use among married women in Tanzania at dilemma! | Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey show 96% of women know at least one contraceptive method, but only 26% of married women are currently using any method. The study determines factors that influence contraceptive use for married women in Tanzania, analysing secondary data from TDHS through descriptive study design. Results show that fearing of side effects, desire to have more children, problem with access and availability, husband disapprove of contraceptive use, women education, regions, husband and women approves of family planning, discussion of family planning with partner, wealth index, and religion are determinants factors for contraceptive use. From results, I recommend increasing women enrolment in primary, secondary as well as university educations. Moreover, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and other stakeholder should conduct adequate and reliable counseling, timely follow-up of user and empower service providers to remove misconception about side effects as well as male involvement as an actor. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 80 pp. Bookseller Inventory # K9783846551189

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