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Reproductive behaviour in rural Upper Egypt

Ibrahim Khodair Taha Osheba

Reproductive behaviour in rural Upper Egypt

is there a change

by Ibrahim Khodair Taha Osheba

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Published by Cairo Demographic Centre, U.N. in Cairo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility, Human -- Egypt.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSalūk al-injābī fī rīf al-Wajh al-Qiblī bayna 1980, 1984.
    Statementby Ibrahim Khodair Taha Osheba.
    SeriesWorking paper / Cairo Demographic Centre -- no. 19, Working paper (Cairo Demographic Centre) -- no. 19.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1071.7.A3 O842 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15464733M

    Adolescent Reproductive Health in Asia It is evident that the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents has emerged as an issue of great concern in Asia. Egypt Influence of reproductive status and housing system on maintenance and reproductive behaviour patterns of reproductive behaviour of domestic dog in relation to reproductive status (pre estrus phase or upper as a source of ventilation and light during day Author: Azhar F Abdel Fattah R, Shereen El Abdel-Hamid, Youssef Myi.

    The basics of social interactions among domestic animals and some of the main types of social behaviour (competition, sexual behaviour, parent-offspring interactions and play) are discussed. Rural Industry and Enterprises - Social and reproductive behaviour. Buy this book. Author(s): Cited by: 8. This pilot study is the first to identify female genital schistosomiasis (FGS) in an Egyptian community setting. The year-long interdisciplinary study, in a small hamlet (ezba), combined clinical assessment with an in-depth study of the social context of reproductive bextselfreset.comosoma haematobium ova were found in % of women in the study (21/).Cited by:

    x * Reproductive Health in the Middle East and North Africa Reproductive health is a relatively new concept, and this paper constitutes the World Bank's first comprehensive overview of re-productive health issues in the MENA region. It will be an essential tool for those who are to design, implement, and monitor programs. The ideology of purdah constricts women in the domestic sphere for reproductive role and places men in productive role as breadwinners who move through public space. However, due to economic needs and shifts in gender relations, some women are compelled to break purdah to gain income.


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Social Change and Reproductive Behaviour in Rural Bangladesh [Lutfun Nahar] on bextselfreset.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The study attempts to explain changes in reproductive behaviour of rural women of Bangladesh that has occurred at a time when the country was predominantly poor and agricultural.

Three different areas were studiedAuthor: Lutfun Nahar. It provides an overview of these three avenues of research and their relation to reproductive behaviour by providing examples of research done to birds and describes the advantages and limitations Author: Anders Pape Moller.

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Reproductive Behavior by Richard H. Hall, Male Hormones and Sexual Behavior Sexual behavior is impossible to study via the experimental method in humans, for obvious reasons, and, for that reason, much of what we know about sexual behavior comes from research with rats.

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Pathology and disease are common within the reproductive system and can not only lead to a sick animal but. Key Words: Reproductive health – Family planning – Knowl-edge attitudes and practices – Upper Egypt.

Introduction THE fertility rates in Egypt have not shown re-markable decline as was expected; with those rates being highest in Upper Egypt, higher in rural than urban areas, and higher among women in the lowest quintile [1]. One of the. Fertility behaviour in rural Upper Egypt versus rural Lower Egypt / by Ibrahim Khodair Taha Osheba; Reproductive behaviour in rural Upper Egypt (): is there a change.

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These topics are presented in this anthology of selected publications on sheep bextselfreset.com Edition: 1. José M. Belizán, MD, PhD, a native of Argentina, is a medical doctor, with a PhD in Reproductive Health Sciences, Superior Researcher of his country's National Board of Science and Technology.

He is the Editor-in-Chief of Reproductive Health. Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Public Health Perspective 1st Edition. Egypt) emphasized sexual and reproductive health services as central to sustainable development, and, additionally, developed a much expanded understanding of the issues.

Human rights (and the right to good sexual and health services) came to the forefront, subsuming Price: $ These relationships have garnered additional funds to conduct research on sexual and reproductive health of married adolescent girls in Upper Egypt; an intervention study with Save the Children on integrating early childhood development activities into MCH and increased immunization services in Upper Egypt; and with UNFPA for secondary data.

Mar 15,  · Women’s reproductive health decision-making and choices, including engaging in sexual intercourse and condom use, are essential for good reproductive health. However, issues concerning sexual intercourse and condom use are shrouded in secrecy in many sub-Saharan African countries.

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Ros AF Taborsky M. (). Androgen responses to reproductive competition of fixed or plastic alternative reproductive tactics. Journal of Experimental Biology Engqvist L. and Taborsky M. () The evolution of genetic and conditional alternative reproductive tactics.

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