Introduction of emergency contraception in Bangladesh
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Introduction of emergency contraception in Bangladesh using operations research for policy decisions by M. E. Khan

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Published by Population Council, Frontiers in Reproductive Health in Dhaka .
Written in English


  • Contraception -- Social aspects -- Bangladesh -- Tangail District -- Case studies.,
  • Contraception -- Social aspects -- Bangladesh -- Mymensingh District -- Case studies.

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Study to assess the acceptability and feasibility of providing emergency contraception pills in Tangail and Mymensingh Districts of Bangladesh.

Edition Notes

StatementM.E. Khan, Sharif Mohammed Ismail Hossain, Moshiur Rahman.
GenreCase studies.
ContributionsHossain, Sharif Md. Ismali., Moshiur Rahman., Frontiers in Reproductive Health (Project)
LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.B3 K52 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16286748M
LC Control Number2006414325

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Introducing Emergency Contraception in Bangladesh Though dedicated ECPs have not yet been introduced in the Bangladesh Family Planning Program, several kinds of oral contraceptive pills are available in Bangladesh that can be used as emergency contraception (Table 2). Specially packaged EC pills (Postinor 2) are available in the. INTRODUCTION OF EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION IN BANGLADESH: Using Operations Research for Policy Decisions M.E. Khan Population Council, India Sharif Mohammed Ismail Hossain Population Council, Bangladesh Moshiur Rahman Population Council, Bangladesh December This study was funded by the US AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. BibTeX @MISC{Khan04introductionof, author = {M. E. Khan and Sharif Mohammed and Ismail Hossain}, title = {Introduction of Emergency Contraception in Bangladesh: Using Operations Research for Policy Decisions,'' FRONTIERS final report. Bangladeh: Population Council}, year = {}}.   Introduction of ECP in Bangladesh 1. INTRODUCTION OF EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION IN BANGLADESH: Using Operations Research for Policy Decisions Presented by - Paramita Debnath Liza Kumari Gouda Richa Kundu Sameer Kumar Jena 2. BACKGROUND • One-third of the annual births (about million) are unplanned.

"This book is the first to place emergency contraception in a comprehensively global context. It skillfully demonstrates how the reception of and messaging around this contraceptive technology is shaped by specific sociopolitical contexts. A must read for those interested in policy on women's health and birth control advocacy.".   Khan ME, Ismail-Hossain SM, Rahman M. Introduction of emergency contraception in Bangladesh: Using operations research for policy decision. FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington: Population Council; Modern contraceptive options in Bangladesh Dr Richard Hubbard, Shira Goldstein, Sadia Parveen and Sakib Chowdhury Access to effective contraceptives (also called “birth control” or “family.   Introduction to Contraceptive Methods: Summary: o Families can be planned effectively and safely a Variety of contraceptive methods exist — side effects are common — serious complications are rare o Condoms should be used if at risk for STDs/ HIV a Range of available methods and thorough counseling help ensure successful method use.

View with images and charts Emergency Provisions in Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Emergency provision was not in our original constitution. This notable exclusion was presumably the result of misuse of emergency provisions in our predecessor Pakistan’s constitution. Even in more or less credible Indian democracy use emergency provisions during Prime Minister . Bangladesh (Haishan et al. ). To give women a last chance to save themselves from unwanted pregnancies, in the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) decided to introduce Emergency Contraceptive Pills in the National Family Planning Program. It was also decided to provide ECP service through grass-root workers, NGOs and community-based workers. Despite its safety and efficacy, emergency contraception (EC) continues to spark political controversy worldwide. In this edited volume, authors explore how emergency contraception has been received, interpreted, and politicized, through the in-depth examination of the journey of .   The two ways you may receive emergency contraception are by: Using pills that contain a man-made (synthetic) form of the hormone progesterone called progestins. This is the most common method. Having an IUD placed inside the uterus. CHOICES FOR EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION. Two emergency contraceptive pills may be bought without a prescription.