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Socio-cultural determinants of maternal health in urban poor communities of Bangkok Metropolis
by Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University in [Bangkok]
Written in English
|Other titles||Sociocultural determinants of maternal health in urban poor communities of Bangkok Metropolis.|
|Statement||Boonlert Leoprapai ... [et al.].|
|Series||IPSR ;, no. 180, IPSR publication ;, no. 180.|
|Contributions||Bunlœ̄t Līeopraphai., Mahāwitthayālai Mahidon. Sathāban Wičhai Prachākō̜n læ Sangkhom.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 97/14313 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||94915741|
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Late booking for antenatal care is a frequent occurrence among pregnant women in Nigeria unlike in most developed countries. The objective of the study was to determine the maternal, socio-cultural, religious, and institutional/systemic factors that determine late booking for antenatal care among pregnant women in Enugu, Nigeria. Descriptive, cross-sectional questionnaire based method was. Health and nutrition in urban Bangladesh: social determinants and governance (English) Abstract. Urbanization is occurring at a rapid pace in Bangladesh, accompanied by the proliferation of slum settlements, whose residents have special health needs given the adverse social, economic, and public environmental conditions they face.
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Author(s): Leoprapai,B; Sirirassamee,B; Pramualratana,A; Tangchonlatip,K; Pattaravanich,U Title(s): Socio-cultural determinants of maternal health in urban poor. Background The high rate of maternal mortality reported in The Gambia is influenced by many factors, such as difficulties in accessing quality healthcare and facilities.
In addition, socio-cultural practices in rural areas may limit the resources available to pregnant women, resulting in adverse health consequences. The aim of this study is to depict the gender dynamics in a rural Gambian Cited by: Variables capturing socio-cultural resourcefulness and economic resourcefulness were useful predictors of ANC and facility delivery.
Further understanding of issues surrounding availability, affordability and quality of maternal health services among the poor is crucial to eliminating inequalities in maternal health coverage in by: 9.
socio-cultural factors affecting maternal health: a study of owukpa community, ogbadigbo l.g.a, benue state and obollo-eke community, udenu l.g.a, enugu state.
a research work presented to the department of sociology and anthropology, faculty of the social sciences, university of nigeria, nsukka.
in partial fulfillment of the requirements. people’ life is under poverty line, in this case, influence the socio-cultural practices on maternal mortality rate. Statement of the problem Mascarenhas (), stipulates that the socio-cultural practices on maternal mortality rate was one of the great ambiguity on health activities, especially in developing countries include Tanzania.
to ensure maternal health. Health policies toward maternal wellbeing during pregnancy in the place of work should be developed in the light of urban poor infrastructure.
There must be a strong political will to help in the process of reducing maternal mortality in Nigeria. Keywords: Socio-cultural, Maternal health, Complications, Lagos. All the health centers provide primary health-care services including maternal and child health services. Health services in all the facilities are provided by a team of doctors, pharmacists, nurses, community health extension workers, laboratory scientists and technicians.
The study was conducted between September, and August, populations (WHO, ;The World Fact Book, ). Given this background, this study focused on the perception of maternal and child health care services utilized and the factors that influence the utilization of maternal and child health care services.
THE PROBLEM. Assessment of the Socio-Cultural Determinants of Maternal Mortality in the East Gonja District of Ghana. Determinants of maternal health-seeking behaviour in Upper Egypt poor Any ANC use.
The adjusted analysis of determinants of ANC use showed that both higher socio-cultural resourcefulness and higher economic resourcefulness were associated with increased odds of having received any ANC (Table66).A one unit increase in socio-cultural resourcefulness was.
health system issues such as poor quality and incompetent health care. Conclusion: It is apparent that poverty plays a major role in determining the health of mothers and neonates.
This requires more coordinated multi-sectorial interventions to address both the social determinants and direct causes of maternal and neonatal deaths. Socio-cultural Context of Health Behaviour among Esan Communities in Edo State, ().
Socio-cultural Factors Associated with Maternal Mortality in Nigeria. Socio-Economic Factors, Conjugal Relations and Contraceptive use in Urban South-West Nigeria.
Psycho-Socio-Cultural Determinants of Food Choice: A Qualitative Study on Adults in Social and Cultural Context of Iran Article (PDF Available) in Iranian Journal of Psychiatry 12(4) Social-Economic Determinants of Maternal Mortality in Rural Communities of Oyo State, Nigeria Dr.
Dawud Oyedemi Ibrahim * Oyo State College of Health Science and technology, Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria. Abstract- Women education is adistant factor that offers the possibility of reduction in maternal mortality while distance and.
MDG poverty reduction: improved maternal health services, which are available equitably can not only help to reduce the gap in numbers of maternal deaths between rich and poor people, but also reduce the economic effect on poor families, both of catastrophic payments owing to emergency care and of the death or disability of an important productive member of the household.
A review of maternal and child health in South Asia a few years ago revealed a sorry picture. 1 The region had persistently high rates of maternal and infant mortality that had largely remained resilient to change.
In recent years, several countries in the region have seen relative prosperity, middle class affluence, and unprecedented economic development. w1 It is uncertain. Maternal health care services in Turkey are mostly provided by the government-run referral system, composed of health stations in rural areas, health posts in urban areas, health centers and hospitals.
With the passage of the socialization law inthe government began building village health stations and health posts, which now to Maternal health is a key indicator of women’s health and status.
The bio-medical theories attribute health to several biological and medical factors. The social determinant theories, on the other hand, have established that the social circumstances play dominant role in deciding health, morbidity and health care delivery. Social practices, like patriarchy, create long term social deprivations.
However, the utilisation of maternal health services is a complex phenomenon influenced by many factors. Various studies conducted worldwide  and in India [11,12] have recognized socio-economic factors and service delivery environment as important determinants for the use of maternal health services.
A study on influence of community. Although many studies have been carried out to learn about maternal care practices in rural areas and urban-slums of Bangladesh, none have focused on ultra poor women. Understanding the context in which women would be willing to accept new practices is essential for developing realistic and relevant behaviour change messages.
This study sought to fill in this knowledge gap by exploring. bearing women in Makoko community, an urban slum within the Lagos metropolis of Nigeria, to maternal healthcare. Statement of Problem Nigeria presently ranks as one of the two countries that accounted for one third of all global maternal deaths in - accounting for 14% (40,) of the overall deaths (WHO, ).
This.community. At the individual level, women's poor health causes lack/loss of employment, leading to poor income. This contributes to women's persistent poverty and lack of empowerment. Poor maternal health can also have huge costs on families in emotional, health and economic terms.
Determinants of use of maternal health care services in a rural nigerian community 1. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) (Online) Vol.4, No, Determinants of use of Maternal Health Care Services in a Rural Nigerian Community Itimitang Wilson Etukudo, PhD1 Anietie A.
Inyang, Ph.D2* ment of .