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Male as a factor in the implementation of the Nigerian population policy and programme
|Statement||prepared by Centre for African Settlement Studies and Development (CASSAD).|
|Contributions||Centre for African Settlement Studies and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.N5 M35 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||97156959|
Definition: This entry provides the distribution of the population according to age. Information is included by sex and age group as follows: years (children), years (early working age), years (prime working age), years (mature working age), 65 years and over (elderly).The age structure of a population affects a nation's key socioeconomic issues. Population Policy SO Population policy Case Studies - India, China and Zimbabwe 10/24/ SO Substantive Demography 23 National Population Policy, India aims at: • Short Term: fulfill unmet need for contraception, strengthening the health infrastructure, integrating the services for Reproductive and Child Health.
likely to require male partners to use condoms later on in life (World Bank, ). The responsibility of promoting change through the education system falls on the shoulders of teachers. Policy and program documents analyzed for the purpose of this study. Several factors may be blamed for the prevalence of youth unemployment in Nigeria. There is a high population growth rate— percent per .
Nigeria is one of the most densely populated countries in Africa, with approximately million people in an area of , km 2 (, sq mi), and is also the country with the largest population in Africa and the seventh largest population in the world.. Approximately 50% of Nigerians are urban dwellers, with the rate of urbanization being estimated at %. other subjects influence the implementation of curriculum. Descriptive survey design was used in the study. The division had 48 public primary schools. The targeted population for this study was standard eight pupils; teachers and 48 head teachers. From this accessible population the sample size was respondents.
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This paper examined Nigeria’s Population Policies of and It pinpointed on the policies issues, challenges and prospects. It explained the achievements and weaknesses of the policies. The first Nigerian Population Policy was written in to reduce population growth as a collaboration between the Federal Ministry of Health and the World Bank.
Whether this policy was. Nigeria's new population policy. Mazzocco K. PIP: Nigeria has launched its 1st population policy, reflecting new approval on the part of policymakers of national efforts to curb population growth. Specifically, the policy seeks to reduce fertility from the present level of 6 children/family to an average of 4 children/family, suggests an Cited by: 2.
The thrust of this paper is to highlight the implications of the population policy in Nigeria as well as show the need for equitability in the face of gross policy content and implementation inadequacies. The paper notes that the policy, as it stands, is, in the main, symbolic because provisions are.
This paper compared Nigeria’s national population policy and programme with those of other Third World countries and examined the implications for sustainable development in the 21st century, considering the trend of events in the country since it argued that when compared to those of China and India in terms of some specific goals and Author: Good Wilson.
Nigerian Population Policy to the implicit assumption of a single monolithic cultural environment, disregarding male reproductive motivation. While admitting that culture is quite a critical factor to consider in the implementation of population policy in Nigeria, Adegbola () argues.
implementation stage as the hub of policy process. Fundamentally, policy implementation is the process of translating a policy into actions and presumptions into results through various projects and programmes (Okoli and Onah, ; Ikelegbe, ). Kraft and Furlong () and Ajaegbu and Eze () state that policy implementation actually.
Implementation matters: a review of research on the influence of implementation on program outcomes and the factors affecting implementation. Am J Community Psychol.
; – doi: /s the Nigerian youth. NEEDS and Youth Empowerment in Taraba State Nigeria has implemented several ad hoc stabilization or reform measures in the past to empower the youths.
Some of them include the Structural Adjustment Programme, National Directorate of Employment, National Economic Empowerment and Development. The policy makers recognize that complex interrelationship between population, resources, environment and social and economic development must be taken into account in the implementation.
Following the concern by multi-lateral organizations such as the World Bank and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) about the problems of high population growth and food supply especially in the developing countries, population policy has become an integral part of their overall development policies as we enter the 21st century.
The structure of the Nigerian economy is typical of an underdeveloped country. Between andthe primary sector, in particular the oil and gas sector, dominated GDP, accounting for over 95 per cent of export earnings and about 85 per cent of government revenue.
The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity, while inthe manufacturing sector contributed only. The two key factors to decrease population is the Contraceptive Prevalence Rate and Total Fertility Rate.
The zones of Nigeria that faces much of this problem are the rural areas. This is majorly seen in the Northern states in Nigeria where the Total Birth Rate is as high as CHAPTER 6.
PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION. PROGRAM MANAGEMENT b. SOCIAL FACTORS c. INFORMATION AND IMPLEMENTATION. Institutional issues are at the center of sustainability, and sustainability is at the heart of private-sector interest.
The short answer: a lack of political will and poor policy implementation. Nigeria’s first population policy was put together in but it failed to deliver on its targets which included.
A Nigerian woman gives birth to an average of children in her lifetime. A commitment maker sincethe Government of Nigeria works with key stakeholders to address socio-cultural norms such as: preference for large families, religious tenets, and women's lack of decision-making power related to sexual and reproductive health.
target population and establish a referral mechanism that will ensure it receives the appropriate cases. The purpose, goals, and objectives of the program should be the driving force behind the selection of a target population.
Once defined, a written policy should be established that states the identified population. Some experts are of the opinion that it should be as drastic as China's ex-policy “One family - one child”.
But Nigeria can reduce the population level without having to go to such extremes. The two key factors to decrease population is the Contraceptive Prevalence Rate and Total Fertility Rate.
Data collection methods. Data collection took place from January to April We used a semi-structured interview guide (Additional file 1) to gain insights into the factors affecting the implementation of communication interventions in interview team comprised the principal investigator (AO) as moderator and a note taker who took down notes of both verbal and non-verbal.
Nigeria is in the process of socio-economic restructuring and adjustment. The over-all situation of the majority of people remains of utmost concern: the population growth is estimated at 3,2 per cent, the life expectancy stands at 51 years, and the male/female adult literacy is limited to 54/31 per cent.
Tobacco use is a major risk factor for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and has been on the rise in ing to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey, % ( million) Nigerian adults aged 15 years or older currently used tobacco products (% of men and % of women).Furthermore, % ( million) Nigerians currently smoke tobacco and % ( million) .Programme of Actionwas developed to set out a series of recommended actions targeting population growth and development.
Included inthis Programme of A ction was a pledge from all nations to transform and fund reproductive health services around the world including the.Factors affecting growth of population. Population growth is a process when the number of people rises within the measures of a particular population.
Due to the growth, the community stands in need to more living space, places to work and means for daily well-being. The consumer’s demand also increases.