Status Of Reproductive Health

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by DR. M.Venkata Kumar(Author),Prof. V.K.Ravindra Kumar(Author)

ISBN Number : 9781630438654

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DR. M.Venkata Kumar

M.Venkata Kumar is active Research Scholar in the Department of Population Studies and Social Work, S.V.University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. He was awarded with Ph.D degree recently. He is diligent in research and published 6 articles in different journals so far. He is currently working as ‘Additional Programme Officer’ in NREGP scheme at Kadapa District in Andhra Pradesh.

Prof. V.K.Ravindra Kumar

Prof. V.K.Ravindra Kumar is the Senior Professor in the Department of ‘Population Studies and Social Work’, S.V.University, Tirupati. He put up 25 years of teaching experience so far. In addition, he actively involved in other roles at university level viz., Public Relation Officer, Co-ordinator to University Development Committee and Co-ordinator to Students Affairs. He is zestful in disseminating and so far published 45 articles in Indian journals, and 12 articles in International journals. As of now, seven of his students awarded with Ph.D degree and another equal no. are working presently. He organized Three International Conferences and Two National Conferences at Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati.

Reproductive health is a copious crucial part of general health and a central feature of human development. The health of the newborn is largely a function of the mothers health and nutrition status and of her access to health care. Reproductive health is universal concern and is of immensely importance for women particularly during the reproductive years in particular and men in general. Albeit most reproductive health problems arise during the reproductive years, in old age and general health continues to reflect earlier reproductive life events. Men too have reproductive health concerns and needs though their general health is affected by reproductive health to a lesser extent than is the case for women. However, men have pivotal roles and responsibilities in terms of womens reproductive health because of their decision�making powers in reproductive health matters.