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Sex differentials in nutritional status in a rural area of Gujarat State

Leela Visaria

Sex differentials in nutritional status in a rural area of Gujarat State

an interim report

by Leela Visaria

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Published by Gujarat Institute of Area Planning in Ahmedabad .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Gujarat,
  • Gujarat.
    • Subjects:
    • Children -- India -- Gujarat -- Nutrition.,
    • Sex discrimination against women -- India -- Gujarat.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLeela Visaria.
      SeriesWorking paper series / Gujarat Institute of Area Planning ;, working paper no. 7, Working paper series (Gujarat Institute of Area Planning) ;, working paper no. 7.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTX361 .C5, Microfiche 88/60066
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationv, 36 p.
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2168903M
      LC Control Number88910756

      Census , about crores people of the state live in rural areas forming about per cent of its total population (GoI, ). About per cent of total workers in the state are rural based. Agriculture continues to be the primary occupation for the majority of rural people in the state. Vital statistics related to health in Gujarat. Nutritional Status of Children in Gujarat and India () Nutritional Status of Men and Women in Gujarat and India; Prevalence/Incidence of Diseases on Men and Women in Gujarat; Cases and Deaths due to Dissases in Gujarat () Age-specifi death rate by sex and residence in Gujarat,

        The purpose of this paper is to highlight the determinants of malnutrition in children (under 5 years) in urban and rural areas of India. The ultimate objective is to frame policy proposals for children’s nutritional welfare. In this empirical study, logit model is applied to 9, observations of urban of rural areas. The composite index of anthropometric failure is constructed Cited by: 3.   The sex ratio among SC, though lower than among ST, was higher than the State average in both rural and urban areas. The child sex ratio (or sex ratio among children aged 0–6 years) was as compared to the Indian average of "Health and Nutritional Status of the Indian Tribes of Tripura and Effects on Education." Inquiries Journal.

      This article examines sex differentials in indicators of childhood feeding, health care, and nutritional status of children under age 3 by birth order and sex composition of older living siblings. Data are from India's –93 and –99 National Family Health by: 4. Rao NP, Singh D, Krishna TP, Nayar S. Health and nutritional status of rural primary school children. Indian Pediatr ; 5. Vasanthi G, Pawashe AB, H Susie, T Sujatha, Raman L. Iron nutritional status of adolescent girls from rural area and urban slum. Indian Pediatr ; 6. World Health Organization.


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Sex differentials in nutritional status in a rural area of Gujarat State by Leela Visaria Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author(s): Visaria,L Title(s): Sex differentials in nutritional status in a rural area of Gujarat state: an interim report/ L.

Visaria. Country of Publication: India Publisher: Ahmedabad, India, Gujarat Institute of Area Planning, Description: 36 p.

The study points out different food habit and nutritional intakes among urban and rural area which enables to find specific action point in improving nutritional status of the studied age group.

Census has pegged Gujarat’s child sex ratio at girls per 1, boys — in rural areas and in urban areas. The data suggests that compared tothe state has shown an.

Conclusions: Present study documents poor nutritional status of adolescents in rural Gujarat; narrates an urgent need for better nutrition to combat the problem of undernutrition amongst adolescents. The sex ratio in Gujarat in as compared to saw a drop of %. The other two states that have registered a drop are Bihar (%) and J&K (%).

Child Health and Nutritional Status of Children: The Role of Sex Differentials1 Suresh Sharma [email protected] Population Research Center Institute of Economic Growth University Enclave, Delhi-7 Abstract Son preference, or the privileging of sons over daughters in accordance to a patriarchal system, is a growing phenomenon in by: 2.

cluding Gujarat. Alarming trend seen since in Gujarat State as Sex ratio turned from bad to worse. On other hand Kerala and Pondicherry have shown increasing trends be-tween This can be seen from Table-1 According to the final results of Population Censusthe population of Gujarat State is reported at crore.

Though. Table 2: Key malnutrition statistics of India and Gujarat4 Indicator Gujarat India Child Feeding Practices and Nutritional Status of Children5 Children under 3 years breastfed within one hour of birth (%) Children age months exclusively breastfed (%) Children age months receiving solid or semi-solid food andFile Size: 1MB.

Abstract: The study was undertaken on nutritional status of rural women with the sample size of respondents. Nutritional status reflects the health of a person and is influenced by the quality of foods eaten. Mean anthropometric measurement of rural women were cm of File Size: KB. In rural regions of Gujarat state, female sex ratio per males was while same for the child ( age) was girls per boys.

In Gujarat, 4, children () live in rural areas. Child population forms percent of total rural population. In rural areas of Gujarat, literacy rate for males and female stood at % and   Objective: To study the current diet and nutritional status of rural adolescents in India.

Design: Cross-sectional study with household as the unit of randomization. Setting: National Nutrition Cited by: September by the Fact In depth Research and Development Pvt.

Limited, Vadodara, Gujarat. The Comprehensive Nutrition Survey in Gujarat provides estimates of nutritional status and feeding practices of infants and young children in their first five years and it gives differentials by rural.

The comparison of the nutritional status (W//A) at different age groups in rural and urban areas revealed higher prevalence of under-weight among 10–19 years age groups than 0–9 years age groups. The differences were statistically significant (P area). In the rural area, the prevalence of severe underweight was %, and Cited by: The eastern states also report a better sex ratio in the population.

If a line, connecting the southernmost tip of Gujarat in the west and the southern extent of Dinajpur district of West Bengal in the east, is drawn, the areas lying to the north of this line appear with a more conspicuous deficit of females in the population (Fig.

Nutritional status is the state of our body as a result of the foods consumed and their use by the body. Nutritional status can be good, fair or poor (Mudambi et al, ) Currently, the infant mortality rate in Nepal is 46 deaths per 1, live births for the fiveFile Size: KB.

Often in contiguous areas in these states, the ratio dips distressingly below girls to every boys (RGI, MOHFW, UNFPA, ). Annexure I gives the child sex ratio in different states and union territories of India as per the census.

The Present paper analysis the Nutrition and women health in India. Keywords: Women, Health, Nutrition. The BMI data for rural areas in year –15 has been collected from National Family Health Survey-IV (NFHS).

The nutrition survey was conducted by NNMB, established by Indian Council of Medical Research in the yearwith a central reference laboratory at the National Institute of Nutrition Cited by: 2. To assess the health and nutritional status of ICDS beneficiaries, especially 2 – 5years age –group children in the urban area of Ahmadabad district, Gujarat.

To assess the malnutrition in terms of underweight, wasting, and stunting in children aged 2years – 5years (60 months) of age registered in Anganwadi Centres in urban area of Ahmadabad. Nutritional Status of Rural Pregnant Women in Beed District of Maharashtrastate of India Dr. Maya Khandat 1 1 Mrs.K.S.K.

College, Beed Maharashtra State,INDIA Abstract. Indian women have very high prevalence of anemia as well as malnutrition in the Size: KB. High prevalence of under-nutrition and nutritional deficiencies in women and children, especially among children (state.

Poor feeding leading to Protein Energy malnutrition (PEM) and faulty caring practices as reflected by the health and nutrition indicators (NFHS-4 & CNNS), appear to be the. State-wise Nutritional Status of Women and Men in India () State-wise Percentage of Children Breastfed and their Nutritional Status in India () Age Group-wise Daily Average Intake of Energy and Proteins against Recommended Intake by Physical Activity and Sex in Rural Population of India ( to and ).In AprilSmile Foundation conducted a baseline study to assess the nutritional status of adolescent girls belonging to the age group of years in 10 villages of Banaskantha district, the second largest district in the state of : Aastha Ahuja.Studies on the Nutritional Status of Rural Population in Desert Area of Rajasthan Madhu B.

Singh, J. Lakshminarayana, Ranjana Fotedar Abstract The study was undertaken to assess nutritional status and dietary habits of the rural population in desert area and aimed at doing comparisons with other state.