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Perception Of Intimate Partner Violence And Risk Of Hiv Infection Among Women In South West

ABSTRACT Gender based violence induces power imbalances where, most often, men are the perpetrators and women the victims. Intimate partner violence is a form of gender based violence that is caused by intimate partners. Intimate partner violence occurs between two people in an intimate relationship. Violence is rampant even among Couples may be dating, cohabiting or married and violence can occur in or outside of the home. Youth and young adults in Nigeria are particularly vulnerable to HIV...

Household Decision Making And Voluntary Counseling And Testing Among Women Anttending Antenatal Clinic In Nigeria

ABSTRACT Background: The study is household decision making and voluntary counseling and testing among women attending antenatal clinic in Nigeria was conducted using data from 20 I 3 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS). Voluntary counseling and testing is one of the best interventions to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV, but despite the proven benefits of VCT. The uptake ofVCT in Nigeria still remains low. Objective: The study is to ascertain the prevalence of voluntary ...

Using Some Statistical Models To Analysis Demographic Variables On Migration

Abstract The aim of this study is to analyze some demographic variables in terms of migration using some statistical models, such as the exponential model, the Gumbertez model, the logistic model, and to determinant the classification of these variables on the estimation, classification and analysis of these variables on migration. Some statistical package was used such as Spss and Excel to analysis and interpret the findings, for this study data collected from the United Nations Annual Repo...

The Effect Of Education Level Qualification On Family Planning Among Women In Nigeria

Abstract The Issue Of Family Planning Among Women In Nigeria Has Become A Contentious Problem. The Study Examined The Effect Of Education Level Qualification On Family Planning Among Women In Nigeria, Using 2013 Nigeria Demographic And Health Survey Women Recode Dataset Characteristics Of Respondents Were Examined At The Univariate Level With The Use Of Frequency Distribution Table, Bivariate Level With The Use Of Chi Square And Binary Logistic Regression Was Employed In The Multivariate Ana...

"Social Determinant And Knowledge Of · Male Workers Towards Prostate Cancer

ABSTRACT This study evaluated the knowledge and attitude of male workers in EKSUTH towards prostate ·cancer. The study adopted the use of primary data with an open and closed ended questionnaire and the inclusion · criteria were men aged 30 - 72 years whom are working in EKSUTH'and E[e eligible and willing to participate. This research was· achieved through a random selection amongst all department in the institutions, with a proposed 220 samples derived using the sample population of ...

Determinant Of Male Involvement In The Choice Of Contraceptive Method In South West

ABSTRACT Male involvement in reproductive healtl1 has two majcx sides, as men give sufficient support in need, choice and rights' to their partners in reproductive healfu and fertility control, on the other hand, men's owns reproductive health related to knowledge, contraceptive use and safe sexual behaviors (UNFA, 199_5)T.h e study examines the determinants of male involvement in the choice of contraception method in South-West, Nigeria. This study was undertaken to provide insight into...

The Effect Of Labour Participation On Fertility Behaviour Among Married Women In Nigeria.

ABSTRACT The prevalence of fertility has dramatically decreased worldwide, both in developed and developing countries. The study examined the effect of labour force participation on fertility behaviour among married women in Nigeria, using 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey women recode dataset. Characteristics of respondents were examined at univariate level with the use of frequency distribution table, bivariate level with the use of chi square and multinomial logistic regressi...

The Effect Of Labour Participation On Fertility Behaviour Among Married Women In Nigeria

ABSTRACT The prevalence of fertility has dramatically decreased worldwide, both in developed and developing countries. The study examined the effect of labour force participation on fertility behaviour among married women in Nigeria, using 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey women recode dataset. Characteristics of respondents were examined at univariate level with the use of frequency distribution table, bivariate level with the use of chi square and multinomial logistic regressi...

Determinants Of Fertility Behavior Among Persons In Union In Ogo Oluwa Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria

ABSTRACT This paper examines the relationship between determinants and fertility behavior among persons in union in Ogo Oluwa Local Government area, Oyo State. Data for this paper was collected using systematic random san1pling technique; the respondents were persons in union aged 15-49 who had ever married. The data for this work was generated from questionnaire survey administered to 400 persons in union of the reproductive age of 15-49 years. These persons in union were sampled from 8...

The Attitudes And Practices Of Masturbation Among Undergraduates In Ekiti State, Nigeria.

ABSTRACT This study examined the Attitudes and Practices of masturbation among undergraduates in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Descriptive survey design was used. Three hundred undergraduate students were randomly selected from three tertiary institution in the study area. Data were collected using structured questionnaire. The formulated hypothesis were tested using Percentage, Pearson ChiSquare and Logistic Regression. From the findings, most of the undergraduates are within age 20-25 and majo...

Determinants Of Antenatal Health Care Utilization Among Women In Nigeria.

ABSTRACT World health organization estimates that more than half a million women lose their lives in the process of reproduction worldwide every year and most of these mortalities are avoidable if mothers have access to antenatal care services {Zelalem 2000}. Improved maternal and neonatal outcomes have been associated with utilization of antenatal care services (MHCS) (Navaneetham & Dharmalingam, 2000; Mekonnen & Mekonnen, 2002; Babalola & Fatusi, 2009). Globally more than 70% of matern...

The Contribution Of Modern Contraceptive Use In Reducing Induced Abortion In Geita Town,- Tanzania

ABSTRACT  The study assessed the contribution of modern contraceptive use in reducing induced abortions among the women of reproductive age in Geita town, – Tanzania. Specifically, the study sough to identify the type of contraceptives available and accessible in the area of study. Also, to assess the extent of modern contraceptives use among women of reproductive age and to examine the rate of induced abortions in Geita town. A cross sectional study design was used in this study by which ...

Attitude Of Married Women Towards Family Planning In Nigeria

ABSTRACT Nigeria is among the countries with the highest unmet needs for family planning, with a population of about 198 mil.li on, estimated to double in 22 years due to low uptake of family planning services. Low utilization of family planning is the major factor associated with high fertility pattern in Nigeria. This trend is higher among women in Nigeria. Without a thorough understanding of, and due attention to the local context, utilization of family planning may continue to be low....

The Effect Of Religion On The Fertility Behaviour Of Married Couples In South-West Nigeria

ABSTRACT This study examines the association between fe1tility behavior and religion among married couples (I 5- 35+years) in selected region of southwest Nigeria Data were obtained through a multi-stage sampling procedure 111 the study area .The 2013 NDI-1S data set provided information on the profile of the respondent from southwest region of Nigeria. The (!DJ) in-depth interview of 6 respondents was also conducted to elicit qualitative data which complimented the survey. The analyses i...

Family Type And Physical And Mental Health Amongjn-School Female Adolescentin Ado Ei(Iti, Nigeria

ABSTRACT Physical and mental wellbeing is one of the major part of health which may contribute to the increase or decrease of illness, disability and death of adolescents. Several research conducted on adolescent wellbeing revealed that family types and its characteristics have positive and negative influences on the health of adolescents. Although, different studies have been conducted on adolescent health h1 different family contexts, adequate attention has not be given to mental and phy...


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