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PRESENTATION
ON
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
WHAT IS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH?
Defined in relation to
the positive definition of
health in WHO
constitution as: a state of
c...
To ensure that comprehensive and factual
information and a full range of reproductive
health care services are accessible...
• Is defined as the
constellation of
methods, techniques,
and services that
contribute to the
reproductive health
and well...
 Family planning
 Counseling
 Information
 Education
 Communication & services
 Education & services for parental ca...
FAMILY PLANNING
• Family planning is
the planning of when to
have children and the use
of birth control and other
techniqu...
INFERTILITY
• The couple unable to produce
children in spite of unprotected
sex is due to Infertility.
Problems of inferti...
ABORTION
• The term abortion means
to terminate a
pregnancy, this is done
trough the removal of the
fetes or embryo from t...
WOMEN’S SEXUALAND REPRODUCTIVE
RIGHTS
The Concept of
Women’s Sexual and
Reproductive Right
(WSRR) emerged and
became recog...
TRADITIONAL HARMFUL PRACTICES
CULTURAL
1.FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION
2.EARLY MARRAGE
3.FEMALE DISINHERITANCEF
SOCIAL
1.GENDER INEQUALITY
2.VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
3.WOMEN TRAFFICKING.
TRADITIONAL HARMFUL PRACTICES
EARLY MARRIAGE:
• Simply means when a
child(below 14yrs) or young
person(up to 17yrs)
willingly or unwillingly goes
into m...
FEMALE DISINHERITANCE
• This refers to the cultural
practice that forbid
female from inheriting
properties from their
imme...
- GENDER INEQUALITY
VIOLATES THE WOMEN’S
RIGHTS TO
EQUALITY AND FREEDOM
FROM DISCRIMINATION;
HEALTHCARE AND
PROTECTION
INF...
WOMEN TRAFFICKING
All acts involved in the
recruitment or transportation
of women within or across
national borders, for w...
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YOU
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Reproductive health

  1. 1. 1 PRESENTATION ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
  2. 2. WHAT IS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH? Defined in relation to the positive definition of health in WHO constitution as: a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being, and not merely the absence of disease or disorder of the reproductive process.
  3. 3. To ensure that comprehensive and factual information and a full range of reproductive health care services are accessible, affordable, acceptable and convenient to all users. To enable and support responsible voluntary decisions about child-bearing and methods of family planning. To meet changing reproductive health needs over the life cycle and to do in ways sensitive to the diversity OBJECTIVES OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
  4. 4. • Is defined as the constellation of methods, techniques, and services that contribute to the reproductive health and well-being by preventing and solving reproductive health problems. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE
  5. 5.  Family planning  Counseling  Information  Education  Communication & services  Education & services for parental care  Prevention & appropriate treatment of infertility  Abortion  Treatment of reproductive tract infections  STD & other reproductive health conditions  Human sexuality  Responsible parenthood REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SHOULD BE INCLUDE
  6. 6. FAMILY PLANNING • Family planning is the planning of when to have children and the use of birth control and other techniques to implement such plans. Other techniques commonly used include sexuality education prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections, pre-conception counseling and management, and infertility management.
  7. 7. INFERTILITY • The couple unable to produce children in spite of unprotected sex is due to Infertility. Problems of infertility may be in male or female. • The reason of infertility may be:- physical, congenial, diseases, drugs, immunological or even psychological. • Female are blamed often in some of the countries. • Specialized Health care units like Infertility clinics- diagnose, corrective treatments to have child.
  8. 8. ABORTION • The term abortion means to terminate a pregnancy, this is done trough the removal of the fetes or embryo from the females uterus either chemically, with pharmaceutical drugs or surgically. • In developing countries abortions are not carried out safely resulting in over 20 million deaths each year.
  9. 9. WOMEN’S SEXUALAND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS The Concept of Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Right (WSRR) emerged and became recognized as an integral aspect of universal human right.
  10. 10. TRADITIONAL HARMFUL PRACTICES CULTURAL 1.FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION 2.EARLY MARRAGE 3.FEMALE DISINHERITANCEF
  11. 11. SOCIAL 1.GENDER INEQUALITY 2.VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 3.WOMEN TRAFFICKING. TRADITIONAL HARMFUL PRACTICES
  12. 12. EARLY MARRIAGE: • Simply means when a child(below 14yrs) or young person(up to 17yrs) willingly or unwillingly goes into marriage. • Early marriage violates the following rights of the girl child – to equality and all forms discrimination – to information and education – choose whether or when to marry and plan a family – healthcare and protection – freedom from ill treatment and torture.
  13. 13. FEMALE DISINHERITANCE • This refers to the cultural practice that forbid female from inheriting properties from their immediate families. • The practice violate women’s rights – to equality and freedom from discrimination, – ill treatment and torture.
  14. 14. - GENDER INEQUALITY VIOLATES THE WOMEN’S RIGHTS TO EQUALITY AND FREEDOM FROM DISCRIMINATION; HEALTHCARE AND PROTECTION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION FREEDOM FROM ILL TREATMENT AND TORTURE. GENDER INEQUITY
  15. 15. WOMEN TRAFFICKING All acts involved in the recruitment or transportation of women within or across national borders, for work or services, by means of violence or threat of violence, debt bondage, deception or other coercion. - Trafficking violates women’s right to • liberty and security; • equality and freedom from discrimination; • freedom from torture and ill treatment.
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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