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The specific methodology used to take the blood sample and conduct the Hb analysis can be found in INS Blood drop for Hb analysis. Created on Feb 26, Last modified Jun 16, boliviz But there are some signs that infant and child health may improve.

Malnutrition prevalence in each department is specified in Table 3.

With little increase in modern contraceptive use, it is not surprising that fertility declined only modestly between andfrom 3. However, in some countries, lab officers or nurses may be required by the Ministry of Health. The main field constraint to take into account is the climatic environment. Contraceptive use was higher among wealthier women and women with higher educational attainment, but modern use did not exceed 47 percent even among women in the wealthiest fifth of households.

Bolivia – Encuesta Nacional de Demografía y Salud 2008

Some parents did not authorise Hb analysis, so final sample sizes for collection of anaemia data were slightly lower. Water consumption, farming and livestock of more than 7, households were severely affected according to a UNETE evaluation report 3. Population Reference Bureau, Over the same period, however, the incidence of diarrhea in the two weeks preceding the survey among children under age 5 edged up from 22 percent to 26 percent.

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Anaemia prevalence in boys and girls aged months and months per Bolivian Chaco Departments. Brigitt Olagivel is a Bolivian nutritionist. It provides the basis for understanding the magnitude and severity of a humanitarian crisis.

Family authorisation was also required. Iron deficiency anaemia in children has adverse effects on physical and psychomotor development, the immune system and physical performance Some ethnic groups, or populations from specific geographic zones, were averse to blood tests so this prior sensitisation and mobilisation stage is especially important for anaemia studies. The authors would like to acknowledge the political and health authorities from regional to community level.

Inclusion of anaemia analysis in the SMART survey did not necessitate increasing the number or qualifications of staff. The final samples enxsa children between 6 and 59 months old in Cordillera Santa Cruzin Chuquisaca and in Tarija. The SMART manual deals specifically with nutrition and mortality surveys, including sampling, nutritional measurements, and mortality rates.

But use of effective family planning remains low and the total fertility rate TFR —3. Description El cuestionario individual de mujeres fue aplicado de manera completa en 16, mujeres y comprende los siguientes grandes temas: A special thanks goes to the families and children who participated in the survey and to all those who helped as guides or in providing essential information, without whose collaboration this survey would not have been possible.

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The current population for each community was calculated applying the district population provision of INE National Statistics Institute based on the national census.

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For this it is important to distinguish between permission for anthropometrical measurements and bilateral oedema which is non-invasive, to permissions for blood tests which are invasive. Close Twitter Facebook Delicious E-mail. The DHS indicates that Bolivian women are becoming pregnant before they intended to because they are not using an effective method of family planning. Some 26 percent endwa couples used a traditional method, primarily periodic abstinence, which has endwa high failure rate as commonly practiced.

Included women who were currently pregnant but had wanted to prevent or delay the pregnancy.

Integrating anaemia analysis in SMART surveys in Bolivia

Interactive tools Study website. Monitoreo Nacional de Indicadores Nutricionales.

It provides a more profound understanding of the nutritional problems affecting a population than anthropometric surveys alone and hence the policies, strategies and programmes that must be pursued to eradicate malnutrition. One-fifth of couples had an unmet need for family planning—they wanted to avoid another pregnancy altogether or to delay it for at least two bollivia but were not using a contraceptive method.

Even more striking is the heavy reliance on traditional family planning methods.