2005 06 national family health survey nfhs 3
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
2005-06 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3)

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 54

2005-06 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 116 Views
  • Uploaded on

2005-06 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3). Key Findings. Contents. About NFHS-3 Household and individual haracteristics Fertility, marriage and family planning Maternal health Immunization and child health care Nutritional status HIV knowledge, behaviour and prevalence. Overview.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' 2005-06 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3)' - cara-cardenas


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
contents
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and individual haracteristics
  • Fertility, marriage and family planning
  • Maternal health
  • Immunization and child health care
  • Nutritional status
  • HIV knowledge, behaviour and prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

overview
Overview
  • NFHS-3 is the third in the NFHS series of surveys, preceded by NFHS-1 in 1992-93 and NFHS-2 in 1998-99
  • NFHS surveys are conducted under the stewardship of MoHFW
  • IIPS is the nodal agency for the National Family Health Surveys

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contd
Contd.…
  • NFHS-3 is funded by USAID, DFID, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF, and UNFPA
  • Macro International provided technical assistance to NFHS-3
  • NACO and NARI provided assistance for the HIV component
  • NFHS-3 fieldwork was carried out by 18 Research Organizations including some Population Research Centres

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

scope of nfhs 3
Scope of NFHS-3
  • All 29 states are covered
  • Slum and non-slum areas of eight cities, i.e. Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Meerut, Mumbai, Nagpur
  • Interviews were conducted with
    • Women age 15-49
    • Men age 15-54

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

biomarkers measured in nfhs 3
Biomarkers Measured in NFHS-3
  • Height and weight
  • Haemoglobin content in the blood to measure anaemia
  • Collection of blood samples for HIV testing

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

nfhs 3 sample for 29 states
NFHS-3 Sample for 29 states

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contents1
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and Individual Characteristics
  • Fertility, Marriage and Family Planning
  • Maternal Health
  • Immunization and Child Health
  • Nutritional Status of Children and Adults
  • HIV Knowledge, Behaviour and Prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

selected household characteristics
Selected Household Characteristics

Percent of households

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

nfhs 3 finds some improvements in the household environment since nfhs 2
NFHS-3 finds some improvements in the household environment since NFHS-2
  • 68% of households have electricity, up from 60% in NFHS-2
  • 88% of households use an improved source of drinking water
  • Only 29% of households have improved toilet facilities

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

media exposure
Media Exposure

73% of urban households and 30% of rural households possess a TV

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

education

NFHS-3 shows that even among those in the age group 15-19, only 89% of men and 74% of women are literate

Education

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

measuring health inequities
Measuring Health Inequities
  • NFHS-3 provides information on key population, health, and nutrition indicators for socially and economically vulnerable groups to examine health inequities
    • Caste/tribe status
    • Wealth status
    • Slum/non-slum population in eight cities

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

what is the wealth index
What is the wealth index?
  • Uses information on 33 household assets and housing characteristics, such as ownership of consumer items, type of dwelling, source of water, and availability of electricity
  • Combines this information into a single wealth index, using a scientific method of assigning weights to individual components
  • The household population is divided into five equal groups of 20% each (quintiles) at the national level from 1 (lowest, poorest) to 5 (highest, wealthiest)

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

caste tribe status
Caste/Tribe Status

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contents2
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and Individual Characteristics
  • Fertility, Marriage and Family Planning
  • Maternal Health
  • Immunization and Child Health
  • Nutritional Status of Children and Adults
  • HIV Knowledge, Behaviour and Prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

total fertility rate
Total Fertility Rate

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

marital status
Marital Status

Percent of women age 20-24 married by age 18

NFHS-3

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

current contraceptive use by method
Current Contraceptive Use by Method

Percent of currently married women age 15-49

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

trends in contraceptive use by method
Trends in Contraceptive Use by Method

Percent of currently married women age 15-49

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contents3
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and individual characteristics
  • Fertility, Marriage and Family Planning
  • Maternal health care
  • Immunization and child health care
  • Nutritional status of children and adults
  • HIV knowledge, behaviour and Prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

trends in antenatal care
Trends in Antenatal Care

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

* For last births in the past 3 years

maternity care
Maternity Care

(for most recent birth in the last 5 years)

Percent

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

slide28

Institutional Delivery

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contents4
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and Individual characteristics
  • Fertility, Marriage and Family Planning
  • Maternal Health
  • Immunization and Child Health
  • Nutritional Status of Children and Adults
  • HIV Knowledge, Behaviour and Prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

infant mortality rate
Infant Mortality Rate

Deaths at age 0-11 months per 1,000 live births

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

infant mortality rates
Infant Mortality Rates

Deaths at age 0-11 months per 1,000 live births

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

child immunization trends
Child Immunization Trends

Percent of children age 12-23 months vaccinated

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

trends in treatment of childhood diarrhoea with ors
Trends in Treatment of Childhood Diarrhoea with ORS

Percent of children under age 3 with diarrhoea in the past 2 weeks

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

slide35
Percentage of Children with Diarrhoea in the Past 2 Weeks who Received Any ORT or Increased Fluids by State

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contents5
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and individual characteristics
  • Fertility and its determinants
  • Maternal health care
  • Immunization and child health care
  • Nutritional status of children and adults
  • HIV knowledge, behaviour and Prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

trends in child nutritional status
Trends in Child Nutritional Status

Percent of children age under 3 years

(Low-height-for-age)

(Low-weight-for-height)

(Low-weight-for- age)

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

anaemia among children
Anaemia among Children

Percent of children 6-35 months with anaemia

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

how many children receive services from an awc
How Many Children Receive Services from an AWC?

Percent of age-eligible children in areas with an AWC

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

nutritional status of adults
Nutritional Status of Adults

Percent of women and men age 15-49

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

malnutrition of women by residence and education
Malnutrition of Women by Residence and Education

Percent of women age 15-49

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

malnutrition of men by residence and education
Malnutrition of Men by Residence and Education

Percent of men age 15-49

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

contents6
Contents
  • About NFHS-3
  • Household and individual characteristics
  • Fertility, Marriage and Family Planning
  • Maternal health care
  • Immunization and child health care
  • Nutritional status of children and adults
  • HIV knowledge, behaviour and prevalence

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

aids awareness
AIDS Awareness

Percent of women and men age 15-49 who have heard of AIDS

Women

Men

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

most adults support family life education in schools
Most Adults Support Family Life Education in Schools
  • 63% women and 81% men think that information about HIV/AIDS should be taught in schools to both boys and girls
  • More than 40% of women and 60% of men are in favour of teaching both boys and girls about sexual behaviour and condom use to avoid sexually transmitted diseases
  • Adults are less likely to favour teaching about contraception than about HIV/AIDS

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

coverage of hiv testing in nfhs 3
Coverage of HIV Testing in NFHS-3
  • Percent of eligible women age 15-49 and men age 15-54 whose blood was tested for HIV
    • Women: 85 percent
    • Men: 78 percent
  • Response rates are comparable to HIV test response rates on national household surveys worldwide

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

hiv prevalence
HIV Prevalence

HIV prevalence estimates are based on HIV tests of 102,946 blood samples:

52,853 from de facto women age 15-49

+

50,093 from de facto men age 15-54

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

slide49

HIV Prevalence by Residence and Sex, India

HIV prevalence rate is 60% higher among males than females and 40% higher in urban areas than rural areas

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

summary and highlights
Summary and Highlights
  • Substantial improvements have been seen in child survival
  • Fertility continues to decline
    • Urban women have already reached replacement level fertility, but rural women even now have an average of three children
  • For the first time more than half of currently married women are using a contraceptive method

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

summary and highlights contd
Summary and Highlights (contd.)
  • There is steady decline in the proportion of women age 20-24 marrying before the legal minimum age of marriage
  • There have been improvements in antenatal care, institutional deliveries, and assistance at delivery by a health professional, but the changes over time have been slow
  • Immunization coverage for children has improved for all vaccines except DPT

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

summary and highlights contd1
Summary and Highlights (contd.)
  • Full immunization coverage has not changed much in the last 7 years
  • Undernutrition and anaemia among children remain major challenges
  • Adults suffer a dual burden of undernutrition and overnutrition

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

summary and highlights contd2
Summary and Highlights (contd.)
  • HIV prevalence among the NFHS-3 household population of men and women age 15-49 is 0.28 percent. Based on this estimate and other data, the Government of India has reduced its official HIV estimate for the adult population. However, strong programmes are still required to prevent the further spread of HIV.

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

slide54

Thank you…

And now, on to the rest of the NFHS-3 National

DisseminationSeminar!

NFHS-3, India, 2005-06

ad