In the olden days, it was a well-known facts, that a rich and wealth man is known by the number of children and yam barns he had. (Greater in number) but recently, the reverse is the case, in that a rich and wealth man is known as a man with lesser number of children who he takes greater care of.
The mass media had played a contributory role recently to educate parents in particular and the public in general of family planning programmes. This work however, is on how the mass medial family planning programmes have reached the target audience the moreover, how they feel about it.
The research work has gone to prove that the family planning programmes as show on the screen or listed to by the audience had in one way or the other changed the attitude of some families positively towards child spacing.
ABSTRACT This research work focused on the attitude of men towards family planning in Sokoto North Local Government, 50 questionnaire where designed and distributed among the target population in the study area multi-stage cluster sampling techniques was use to select 4 wards out of the entire ward of the study area which consist upon ended... Continue Reading
: A CASE STUDY OF OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE ABSTRACT This study is aimed at investigating into male roles in family planning taking a case study of Oredo Local Government Area of Edo State. in carrying out the studies the researcher postulated research questions and identified the various problems as... Continue Reading
C HAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The issue of family planning all over the world has attracted attention due to it important in decision making about population growth and development issues. Uncontrolled birth is a major contributing factor of an increase in the world’s population, particularly in Nigeria. Statistics shows that the... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study is uniformed and designed to unveil and reveal Family Planning Methods in Rural Communities of Enugu State with particular References to Aji In Igbo Eze North L.G.A. the researcher assessed the acceptance of the different methods of family planning in Aji. Examined the extent of awareness of the existence family planning... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The study attempted to investigate the influence of adult education on family planing in Ikeja Local Government Area of Lagos State. The study also reviewed relevant and extensive literatures under sub-headings. The descriptive research survey design was employed in this study in order to assess the opinions of the respondents with the... Continue Reading
IN IGBO EZE SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ENUGU STATE . CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study The population problem has occupied the attention of thoughtful men in all ages of the world, and the forms taken by this problem varied with the particular conditions, place and... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The developed economies of the world have advanced in the goal of achieving a balance between population growth rate and economic resources. In view of this, measures have been taken which include family planning, sex education, among others in controlling such growth. The major aim borne in mind towards effecting this policy is the... Continue Reading
IN EDO STATE (A CASE STUDY OF OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN EDO STATE) ABSTRACT The purpose of this research work was to identify or found out the problems facing family planning and population control in Oredo Local Government Area of Edo State and also to provide laudable solutions to these... Continue Reading
A CASE STUDY OF RESIDENTS OF ENUGU ABSTRACT This project ia a survey on the effect of mass media campaign on family planning as it concerns it’s adoption by the families by the families in enugu urban. The important of family planning in national development cannot be overstressed as many... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to find out the factors that influence the attitudes of women towards family planning in Egor Local Government Area of Edo State. Specifically, the study attempts to find out the influence of education, health, religion, culture, age of women... Continue Reading