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Rural women’s health

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  1. 1. RURAL WOMEN’S HEALTH: TODAY’S ISSUES TOMORROWS CHALLENGE By- Bhawana Dayal Senior Research Fellow
  2. 2. “Women Hold up Half the Sky” ….and much more  Empowering women: Valuable as an end in itself as a basic human right.  And as a powerful determinant of women’s health,
  3. 3. Dimensions of health
  4. 4. Millennium Development Goals  Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger  Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education  Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower Women  Goal 4: Reduce child Mortality  Goal 5: Improve maternal health  Goal6:Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases  Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability  Goal 8: A global partnership for develop
  5. 5. Measurement of Health status
  6. 6. Health care-what to measure?
  7. 7. Types of health Indicators:
  8. 8. Other measures QOLI HDI
  9. 9. Physic al well being Psycholo g-ical well
  10. 10. HDI Indicators Life Expectancy Standard of Living Education
  11. 11. The women power we have.. ANM ASHA AWW Women empowerment by community participation Health system 0.75 million 0.19 million 1.2 million AWW- Anganwadi Worker ASHA-Accredited Social Health Activist ANM- Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery
  12. 12. A triangle that can move the mountain…. 02-04-2017 14 Universal primary education Emphasis on girl child Economic equality
  13. 13. What is Women Empowerment? Women's empowerment has five components: oSense of self-worth oRight to have and to determine choices oRight to have access to opportunities and resources oRight to have the power to control their own lives, both within and outside the home oAbility to influence the direction of social change to create a more just social and economic order, nationally and internationally 15
  14. 14. What is the root cause? What rural women have: 2% of land 5% extension services 15% parliamentary seats Marginal access to formal credit Less education Fewer rights What rural women do: Family care Domestic work Agricultural production Income - generation Management of household food security Natural resources management Why are they still unaware of it?
  15. 15. Challenge: Burden of Disease in the new millenium
  16. 16. Today’s issues
  17. 17. Identified areas of help in among rural women  Appropriate health screenings; o Primary care;  Prenatal care;  Family planning services;  Oral care;  Vision and eye health services; and  Mental health care.
  18. 18.  Nutrition of women  Drinking Water and Sanitation
  19. 19.  Housing and Shelter  Environment
  20. 20. Tomorrow's challenges
  21. 21. THANK YOU

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