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Harmful traditional practices in relation to reproductive health
|Other titles||HPTs in relation to reproductive health|
|Statement||National Committee on Traditional Practices of Ethiopia (NCTPE).|
|Contributions||United Nations Population Fund., National Committee on Traditional Practices of Ethiopia.|
|LC Classifications||RG133 .H37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||2002375647|
The purpose of this brief is to highlight the importance of sexual and reproductive health and rights of women in Nepal as well as to harmful traditional practices and gender based violence and well being related to the reproductive system throughout the life Size: KB. harmful as they often have a huge impact on the health and well-being of people engaged in them and they usually violate their human rights. In most cases, it is women and girls who are forced to undergo traditional practices that undermine their health. In this issue of Exchange, three examples of harmful traditional practicesFile Size: KB.
The term is essentially contested and often debated. "Traditional practices harmful to" "children", "women" or both are variations often discussed. "Harm" is discussed in terms of health, or. The study tried to assess the factors associated with harmful traditional practices among children less than five years in Axum town. Based on this study the following were concluded. The common HTPs performed on children in this study were uvula cutting, MTE and eye borrows incision. Uvula cutting was the leading by: 4.
Two hundred million girls and women are estimated to have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM) , a traditional practice that involves the partial or total removal of the external is a dire violation of human rights— particularly women and children’s rights— and results in severe health complications, including but not limited to death, disability, miscarriage Cited by: 7. They are reported to the appropriate sector office for further action. The committee also organizes training, supported by UNICEF and the Bureau of Justice, for community members on harmful traditional practices, with an emphasis on FGM/C. Asrat Belayneh, a teacher at Erubeti Woreda, Afar Regional State. Asrat is passionate about her career.
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Harmful traditional problems among adolescents can have serious health and social consequences: FGM has no known health benefits.
It can cause immediate health consequences-hemorrhage, shock, infections and death and can cause long-term health and social consequences such as post-traumatic stress disorder and menstrual health problems.
to the position of women in reproductive health processes. Till date, so much has been presented about the traditional harmful practices as they affect women and girls, little is often heard about men’s health, or reproductive health as being affected by traditional harmful practices.
The. Harmful practices Multi-country study on gender, sexuality and vaginal practices A study on harmful sexual practice is being conducted in: Indonesia, Mozambique, South Africa and Thailand.
Adolescent sexual and reproductive health - Course files. Harmful traditional practices prevention. Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli.
Training course in adolescent sexual and reproductive health Octo - Geneva. Download the complete document. Chandra-Mouli V. Harmful traditional practices : Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli. Harmful Traditional Practices For the Ethiopian Health Center Team Dawit Assefa, Eshetu Wassie, Masresha Getahun, Misganaw Berhaneselassie, and Atsinaf Melaku Awassa College In collaboration with the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative, The Harmful traditional practices in relation to reproductive health book Center, the Ethiopia Ministry of Health, and the Ethiopia Ministry of Education File Size: KB.
HARMFUL PRACTICES, ESPECIALLY FORCED MARRIAGE AND FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION Harmful practices are a violation of human rights that put women’s and adolescents’ sexual and reproductive health and rights at great Size: KB. active discouragement of harmful traditional practices such as female genital mutilation; and reproductive health programmes for specific groups such as adolescents, including information, education, communication and services.
The aim of the shortlist is to provide a set of indicators that reflect all areas of reproductive health.
While no single. Some of these problems include harmful traditional practices like female genital mutilation that could Page Malaysian Journal of Medical and Biological Research Volume 2 Number 3/ Shole: The Impacts of Cost Sharing in Health Services in Geita Distrct, Tanzania ()File Size: 1MB.
Harmful traditional practices (HTPs) are group-sanctioned but usually now illegal actions taken to reinforce the power of one person or group over (an)other/s. What are harmful traditional practices (in the context of sexual and reproductive health).
These are activities stemming from deeply entrenched discriminatory views about the role and position of women and girls in society that result in unequal power relations between men and women, relegating women to an inferior position relative to men.
There are various harmful traditional practices and beliefs across the different parts of Ethiopia. Shilshalo, which is yet little known about, is one of these practices existing in Argoba, a community in Amhara National Regional State of Ethiopia.
This study was conducted to explore the various features associated with the practice of : Yohannes Mersha Belete, Negesse Kebede Atlaw. An appraisal of harmful traditional practices and their effects on women and the girl child • II.
Review of action and activities by United Nations organs and agencies, Governments and NGOs • Conclusions Annex: Plan of Action for the Elimination of Harmful Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children - Select Bibliography.
Her principal areas of research include reproductive health and rights, harmful traditional practices, women’s rights and, more recently, the international migration of health professionals.
She has authored and co-edited books, and contributed to numerous scholarly compilations, journals, conferences and training by: Results: A wide range of harmful cultural practices affecting reproductive health were found and were reviewed.
They include female circumcision, abdominal massage, widowhood rite, fire and heat treatment, patronage of traditional birth attendants, early forced marriages, permission from men before obtaining medical treatment, insertion of toxic herbs and preference for the male child.
Sexual and reproductive health rights knowledge: a series of thirteen knowledge related questions about sexual and reproductive health rights were employed to assess SRHR knowledge [1, 11,12,13,14, 16, 17]. Women’s response to each question was coded one for ‘correct’ response and zero for ‘incorrect’ response.
Reproductive health is defined as” A state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relatedFile Size: 1MB.
Harmful traditional practices are a product of social norms which aim to uphold cultural ideas about gender roles and social relations.
Many of these practices, including acid violence and sex-selective abortion, have become common relatively recently but may be considered harmful traditional practices as they are rooted in and upheld by such.
EARLY MARRIAGE A HARMFUL TRADITIONAL PRACTICE A STATISTICAL EXPLORATION EARLY MARRIAGE: A Harmful Traditional Practice 1 I.
INTRODUCTION Marriage before the age of 18 is a reality for many young women. In many parts of the world parents knowledge and access related to reproductive and sexual health.
Harmful traditional practices (HTPs) exist in many different forms. These traditions reflect norms of care and behavior based on age, life stage, gender, and social class. While many traditions promote social cohesion and unity, others wear down the physical and psychological health and integrity of individuals, especially women and girls.
Some of the major HTPs [ ]. Harmful cultural practices, such as child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM), are discriminatory practices committed regularly over such long periods of time that communities and societies begin to consider them acceptable.
Around the world, hundreds of millions of girls and boys have experienced some form of violence, exploitation or harmful practice, although girls are at much. According to the Human Rights fact sheet № 23 on Harmful Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and children: “Health complications that result from early marriage in the Middle East Cited by: 9.
Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) is a harmful traditional practice with severe consequences for the health and well-being of girls and women. Health care professionals (HCPs) are therefore expected to be aware of how to identify and manage these consequences in order to ensure that those affected by the practice receive quality health Cited by: • Harmful traditional practices are a product of social norms which aim to uphold cultural ideas about gender roles and social relations.
Many of these practices, including acid violence and sex-selective abortion, have become common relatively recently but may be considered harmful traditional practices .