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Family welfare

  1. 1. Family Welfare Programmes Submitted By: Pathan Karimulla, Prahlad Kamsani.
  2. 2. What is Family Welfare? • Steps for development of wellbeings of a family as of they can maintain a family with peace and love.
  3. 3. • In response to our phenomenal population growth,india seriously took up an effective family planning program which was renamed as family welfare programmes. • It however has taken several decades to become effective. • At the global level by the year 2000,600 million , or 57% of women in the reproductive age group , were using some method of contraception. • However the use of contraceptive measures is higher in developed countries-68% -lower in developing countries-55%. • Female sterilization is the most popular method of contraception In developing countries at present.
  4. 4. • Informing the public about various contraceptive measures that are available is of primary importance. • It must be done affectively by Government agencies such as health and family welfare, as well as education and extension workers. • It is of great importance for policy makers and elected representatives of people-Ministers ,MPs ,MLAs at central and state Levels-to understand the great and urgent need to support family welfare. • The media must keep people informed about the need to limit family size and the ill effects of growing population on the worlds resources.
  5. 5. • The greatest challenge the world faces is how to supply its exploding human population with the resources it needs. • It is evident that without controlling human numbers, the earths resources will be rapidly exhausted. • In addition, economically advanced countries and rich people in poorer countries uses more resources than they need. • Energy use is growing both due to an increasing population ,and a more energy hungry lifestyle that increasingly uses consumer goods that require larger amounts of energy for their production, packaging, and transportation. • Our growing population also adds enormous amount of waste.
  6. 6. • With all these linkages between population growth and the environment, Family Welfare Programs have become critical to human existence. • The most effective measure is the couple once they been offered all the various options that are available. • The Family Welfare Program advocates a variety of measures to control population. • Permanent methods are done by a minor surgery. • Tubectomy in females is done by tying the tubes that carry the ovum to the uterus. • Vasectomy is done by the tubes that carry the sperm. • Both are very simple procedures,done under local anesthesia,are painless and doesn’t have post operative problems.
  7. 7. • There are several methods of temporary birth control. • There are also traditional but less reliable methods of contraception. Methods Of Sterilization • India’s Family welfare program has been fairly successful but still needs to be achieved to stabilize over population.

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