Lucknow. For small and happy families, the trend towards family planning is growing among people. The National Health Mission and the Department of Health are fully committed to bringing family welfare programs to the public to protect women from the risk of unwanted pregnancies. Despite the presence of permanent and temporary contraceptive devices, this condition of unwanted pregnancy does not seem appropriate from any point of view, as many women choose unsafe abortions which are very risky. World Contraception Day is celebrated on September 26 every year to protect women from this risk. Hira Lal, Additional Mission Director, National Health Mission-Uttar Pradesh, said contraceptives could improve women’s health and reduce maternal and child mortality.
She said awareness about contraceptives is being raised and enable young people and couples to make informed decisions about their families by making choices about their sexual and reproductive health. The first child should be planned at least two years after the marriage of the bride so that the husband / wife can understand each other better during this period and also provide some capital for better upbringing of the child. In addition, for the better health of mother and child, the difference between the births of two children should be kept for at least three years.
Considering the growing demand for quarterly contraceptive injection regimen and contraceptive pill shade in the state, its benefits are being provided at the health and wellness center near home. The ‘New Pahal’ family planning kit is being provided by Asha Karmi to newly married couples in 57 districts under Mission Family Development. Condom boxes have been installed at selected locations in all districts to ensure continuous availability of condoms.
A campaign of ‘Two Yards, Masks and Family Planning Necessary’ will be launched in 13 districts of the state from October 1 to October 31. The campaign will be conducted in Agra, Aligarh, Ita, Etawah, Fatehpur, Firozabad, Hatras, Kanpur Nagar, Kanpur Dehat, Mainpuri, Mathura, Rae Bareli and Rampur districts.
Contraceptives were provided to migrant workers on their way home from the quarantine center, citing the situation of unwanted pregnancies due to the large number of migrant workers returning home due to Covid-19. If we review the statistics of the last three years, the number of people taking contraceptive devices was increasing every year, but the start of the 2020-21 season was only during the time of Covid, so these figures were normal to come down, but now the situation is normal Male suffocation was 3,884 in 2017-18, 3,914 in 2018-19 and 5,773 in 2019-20.
Female disinfection was 25,8182 in 2017-18, 281955 in 2018-19 and 295650 in 2019-20. Similarly, 300035 women joined PPIUCD in 2017-18, 30,52,50 in 2018-19 and 35,87,64 in 2019-20. In 2017-18, 23,217, in 2018-19, 16,13,65 and in 2019-20, 34,45,32 women opted for intravenous injection.
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