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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WOMEN TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING

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ABSTRACT

This project illustrates in details the comparative study of women towards family planning in Abeokuta South Local Government Area of Ogun State.

The literature provides considerable baseline data on the benefits of family planning on women’s health. The practice of family planning helps in reducing the rates of unintended pregnancy of maternal and child mortality and of induced abortions.

In addition using contraceptives have been shown to promote a woman’s sense of autonomy and increase her ability to make decisions in other area of her life.

Reproductive health for a woman includes her ability to space, delay or limit children as well as her experience with infertility child loss or planned or unplanned childlessness. Government should make arrangement for programme where information about family planning will be given. A critical look at these highlighted problems and others suggest that this project can be of a great assistance and recommendation for future development in Abeokuta South Local Government, Ogun State.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE­

1.0       Introduction

1.1       Background of the study

1.2       Statement of the problem

1.3       Significance of the study

1.4       Scope of the study

1.5       Limitation of the study

1.6       Purpose of the study

1.7       Research questions

1.8       Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO

2.0       Literature review

2.1       Meaning of family planning

2.2       History of family planning

2.3       Benefits of Family Planning

2.4       Factors that influence family planning/birth control

2.5       Adverse Effect of Birth Control Methods

CHAPTER THREE

3.0       Research Methodology

3.1       Area of Study

3.2       Population size

3.3       Samples

3.4       Research design

3.5       Validity of the instrument

3.6       Research Data/Instrument

3.7       Data collection

3.8       Data analysis

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0       Analysis and findings

4.1       Question Item

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0       Summary

5.1       Conclusion

5.3       Recommendation

References                                                                                                             

Appendix: Questionnaire.

CHAPTER ONE

1.0       INTRODUCTION

What is family planning?

Family planning is the spacing of the health welfare of the family group (or a couple) involving an action on the number of children they are going to have. Also family planning is the voluntary planning and action taken by individuals to prevent, delay or achieve a pregnancy.

The above definition is in line with Akinyode (2007) view which sees it as an agreement between couples to consider the health of the mother, the health of the body and also the economic benefit of the family.

It also includes the prevention and treatment of the sub-fertility and education for parenthood, as well as growth and development and the problems of abortion.

Family planning services include counselling and education, screening, laboratory tests and all approved methods of contraception.

1.1       BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The centres for disease control characterize family planning as one of the top 10 public health achievements of the 20th century. In 1800, women had an average of 7 children, today, women have an average of 2-1 children. A woman is fertile for an average of 35 years of her life. If she has two children, she will spend about 30 years of her life avoiding pregnancy. Family planning information and services help individuals maintain their overall health, financial conditions and personal situations are optimal. The practice of family planning helps in reducing the rates of unintended pregnancies of maternal and child mortality and of induced abortions.

In addition, using contraceptives have been shown to promote a woman’s sense of autonomy and increase her ability to make decision in other arrears of her life. Reproductive health for a woman includes her ability to space, delay or limit children as well as her experience with infertility, child loss or planned or unplanned childlessness.

Although around half of married women worldwide now use a modern method of contraceptive, an estimated 200 million women in the world who wish to stop having children or delay their next birth for at least 2 years are not using an effective contraceptives method.

According to the family health survey 57% of ever-married women are currently using a method of family planning, and of them 42% are using modern contraceptives.

The intrauterine device (IVD) was the method most used by married women (22%) followed by the oral contraceptive pill (8%).

1.2       STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The study purposely aims at embarking on the comparative study of attitude of women toward family planning in Abeokuta South Local Government Areas of Ogun State. Therefore, the study would attempt to answer the questions below.

  1. Do Abeokuta South Local Government practise child spacing?
  2. Is there any different between attitudes of married and single women toward family planning?
  3. Is there any significant difference in the attitude of women across different stages toward family planning?

1.3       SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The study would be of help in evaluating how effective the family planning is to the women of Abeokuta South Local Government.

According to (W. H. O i.e World Health Organization) having children more than five years or less than two years apart can cause both a mother and her children serious health consequences.

The financial consequences of having children involve the medical costs of pregnancy and birth and the high costs associated with actually bringing up children. Since parents are responsible for providing education, shelter, clothing and food for their children, family planning has an important long-term impact on the financial situation of any family.

It would educate our women to take care of their health and education within the unit of their resources. It would also educate women on the importance of child spacing to their health and that of their children.

1.4       SCOPE OF THE STUDY

This study will be limited to five (5) selected communities in Abeokuta South Local Government Area due to financial constraints and time facts.

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