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Case Study of a Mud Eater in Aligarh District.

Case Study of a Mud Eater in Aligarh District.

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Published by Gulzar Hussain
This case study is done under UNICEF workers supervision, " A Woman of Skepticism".
This case study is done under UNICEF workers supervision, " A Woman of Skepticism".

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Published by: Gulzar Hussain on Dec 08, 2011
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A CASESTUDY OF A MUDEATER:A WOMAN OFSPECTICISM
UNDER
“SUPPORTIVE SUPERVISION OF COMPREHENSIVE CHILDSURVIVALPROGRAMME”
IN JAWAN, ALIGARH
SUBMITTED BY:-
A.K.M. GULZAR HUSSAIN
10 MSW-05 (2011)MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK(II SEM)
SUPERVISED BY:-DR. NASEEM A. KHANDR. MOHAMMAD TAHIRDEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY & SOCIALWORK, AMU, ALIGARH
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CASE OUTLINEPAGES...
PREFACE03INTRODUCTION04-05DETAILS ABOUT THE CASE06-12
1. IDENTIFYING INFORMATION2. PERSONAL HISTORY3. FAMILY HISTORY4. SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND5. HEALTH STATUS5. ATTITUDE OF THE FAMILY6.NATURE OF THE PROBLEM7. CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM8. EFFECTS OF THE PROBLEM ON THE CLIENT9. SOCIAL DIAGNOSIS
INTERVENTION13-14
1. DIRECT INTERVENTION2. INDIRECT INTERVENTION
PRINCIPLES APPLIED DURING CASE STUDY14PROBLEM FACED BY WORKER DURING CASE STUDY15DISCUSSION WITH FIELD SUPERVISOR15OVERALL EVALUATION OF CASE STUDY15CONCLUSION16
 
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PREFACE
The National Population Policy adopted by the Government of India in 2000 reiterates the government’scommitment to the safe motherhood programmes within the wider context of reproductive health. Amongthe national socio-demographic goals for 2010 specified by the policy, several goals pertain to safemotherhood, namely that 80 percent of all deliveries should take place in institutions by 2010, 100 percentof deliveries should be attended by trained personnel, and the maternal mortality ratio should be reducedto a level below 100 per 100,000 live births. But the studies conducted in the country show that majorityof the births more particularly in the rural areas are still delivered at home and India has to goa longway to achieve universlization of institutional deliveries.The present study examines the role of various socioeconomic, demographic and health relatedfactors affecting the utilizationof institutional services forDelivery andHealth practicesof Aligarh. Theresults indicatethatreceiving one or more antenatal check-ups is the strongest predictor of institutionaldelivery. This finding has important programme implications. It suggests that it is possible to promoteinstitutional delivery by expanding antenatalcare coverage and associated counseling.So the Case Studywhich was conducted in the Block was based on Home Delivery Practice and its effects.

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