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Risk Factors Associated With Maternal Mortality in Rural Areas of Bangladesh

Masud ul Islam, Nilufar Ali, Iqbal Ahmed

Poor quality of care, lack of education regarding Health care, socioeconomic condition, barriers of ethnic and religious norms underlie the low level of care-seeking are some of the root causes of maternal mortality in rural Bangladesh. Some important ways are there if addressed properly, will help up to contribute to a reduction in maternal mortality.

Key Words: Maternal Mortality, Rural Bangladesh, Health Care Management.


July 1, 2016 |                                                  |Volume 1: Issue 2

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An Assessment of Knowledge and Practice of People in Flood Risky Areas on Health Education and Hygiene in District Charsadda, Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa

 Abid Jan, Afshan Afridi, Abdus Salam  

Recent flood disasters brought sever epidemics of infectious diseases which caused severe damage to the economy and health of the people. People of the areas which were near the rivers were got rashes, malaria and diarrhoea like epidemic diseases. The people of the areas are prone to infectious diseases epidemics in flood seasons.

Key Words: Health Education, Hygiene, Personal Hygiene.

November 1, 2015 |                                    |Volume 1: Issue 1

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Problems Associated with Samples Collection from People with Different Ages in Rural Communities of Pakistan

 Abid Jan And Nazia Khan

Sample collection from people in rural communities is a big problem as people refuse to give sample or interview due to lack of awareness and education in them. We conducted a study to find out the main causes of non-cooperation with researchers. A total of 400 people were interviewed in 13 different rural communities asking about sample and those who refused were asked about the reason(s). 150(37%) were found cooperative, 133(33.25%) were non cooperative, and 117(29.25%) were little/intermediately cooperative. The reason for non-cooperation was found as lack of education, traditional customs, and lack of tangible benefits. Lack of awareness and education is still an important factor for failure of research and fruitful outcomes.

Key Words: Sample Collection, Challenges in research, Rural community.

November 1, 2015 |                                           |Volume 1: Issue 1

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Mubashir Zafar, Naureen Latif, , Maryam Marufia, Kanwal Shehzadi ,Yusra Maqbool, Aisha Iffat, Marium Amir, Rabeeya Qutubuddin, Waqas Shafiq, ,Gauhar Fatima, Marium Naeem, , Sadia Allah Baksh, Uzma Hamid, Sidra Shauqat, Rabail Yaseen  

Those women have high parity, used of addicted substance and contraceptive users are the major determinants for irregular menstrual cycles which are the major cause of sexual transmitted infection. Awareness of women regarding above determinants will prevent the disorder of menstrual cycle. .


January 1, 2017 |                                          |Volume 2: Issue 1

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