Strict enforcement of Child Marriage Act, 1976. Following strategic themes are presented in the policy: 1. The chief ministers of all States and related ministers will be its members. Decentralized planning and programme implementation 2. It aimed to improve the quality of life that people live and enhance their well-being. This objective in turn is expected to lead to family happiness, national welfare and development of the social economy.
The freeze is currently valid until 2001, and has served as an incentive for State Governments to fearlessly pursue the agenda for population stabilisation. But even those data are not entirely trustworthy: it later transpired that the researchers had underestimated urbanisation in the densely populated Niger delta. In Nigeria, the country has expended millions of naira to gather the biometric data of Nigerians. Availability of services delivery at village levels 3. The BalikaSamridhiYojna run by the Department of Women and Child Development to promote survival and care of the girl child to be continued.
Targets of National Population Policy: The following are the targets of National Population Policy: 1. But they have never been discussed or adopted by the Parliament. It was established in 11 may 2000. The digitisation of the updated information is in process. This politicking led to coups, the attempted secession of what was then known as the Eastern Region and a civil war. Public Health and Community Medicine Related Policies in India.
The objective of its constitution is to reduce the problems faced by statistical agencies in the country in relation to collection of data. A Family Welfare-Linked Health Insurance Plan to be established. A group was asked to prepare a draft of a National Population Policy in 1993 which was headed by Dr. Arun Shourie, the Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Mr. A wider affordable choice of contraceptives to be made accessible at diverse delivery points with counselling services to enable acceptors to exercise voluntary and informed consent. The full data were never published and northern leaders held a recount, which duly showed they had retained their majority their region had apparently grown by 84%, rather than the originally estimated 30%. Announcing this at a news Conference here, the Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Mr.
Strengthening ante, intra, post-natal services 11. Couples below the poverty line who marry after the legal age of marriage, register the marriage, have their first child after the mother reaches the age of 21, accept the small family norm and adopt a terminal method after the birth of the second child to be rewarded. There will be a State Commission on Population in every State headed by its chief minister. Motivational and Promotional Measures 6. After several meetings, the group of Ministers invited a cross-section of experts from public health, professionals, demographers, academia, social scientists and women representatives. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of K4Health.
The Commission was reconstituted in 2001 with a Chairman and 37 members representing each state of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory. Empowering women for improved health and nutrition 4. One of the major objectives of the National Commission on Population is to work on the policy of family planning and the limitations on child birth. Prevention and control of communicable diseases. At the same time, it lays emphasis on both the qualitative and quantitative aspects of population.
Parliamentary seats and central government money are handed out to states based on population, giving politicians an incentive to inflate the numbers. This would delay the taking of important decisions on population control. Increased vocational training schemes for girls leading to self-employment to be encouraged. Swaminathan as the chairman, in order to create a Draft Population Policy, which was to be presented in the Parliament. As the acceptance of Family Planning by the poorer sections of society was significantly related to the use of monetary compensation as from May 1, 1976, to Rs.
The long-term goal of the national population policy is to attain replacement level fertility approximately 2. This is borne out by the fact that there has been a steady decline in vasectomies over the last two decades and presently over 97 per cent of sterilisations are tubectomies of women. To improve comprehensive health of family. The group was established in 1993 and it presented the report in 1994, which was chiefly concerned with the democratic decentralization, basic needs, ecosystem and the gender issues. Achieve 80 per cent institutional deliveries and 100 per cent deliveries by trained persons. Child survival and child health 5.
The final draft of population policy prepared by the group of Ministers was placed before the Cabinet which was discussed on 19th November, 1999. National Socio-Demographic Goals for 2010: To fulfil these objectives and targets, National Socio-Demographic goals have been formulated which in each case are to be achieved by the year 2010. In 1962 unofficial census figures showed population increases in some south-eastern areas of as high as 200% in a decade. If this is accomplished, the country's population might stabilise b y 2045, he said. In view of very slow progress in the reduction of the crude birth rate, particularly in the Hindi-speaking populous states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana, the target for the country as a whole is most likely to be reached by 2010—2015 A.
In 1966, several important developments concerning the family planning programme took place. Reduce infant mortality rate of below 30 per thousand live births. Achieve universal immunization of children against all vaccine preventable diseases. Moreover, the projections of crude birth rate, infant mortality rate and total fertility rate are shown in Table 3. However, this policy has been criticised on the following grounds: 1.