7 edition of Health and population in South Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HB3633.A3 G85 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||2001357530|
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The South Asian region, which comprises India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Maldives, in accounted for one-fifth of the world’s population, two-thirds of its absolute poor, and one-half of its illiterate ing to a well-researched study by Mahbub ul-Haq published in , "South Asia is fast emerging as the poorest, most-illiterate, the most. Health & Education in Africa IFC is the world’s largest multilateral investor in the private health and education sectors in emerging markets. We support the growth of the sectors in developing countries in a sustainable and socially responsible way that helps improve the lives of people, many of whom do not have access to health care or.
There is huge scarcity of resources to address the mental health needs of the population in south Asia (and in the developing world more generally, as Andrew Chambers explained in a recent article. A culture of shame among South Asians is a barrier to members of the community with mental illness accessing help, says cricketer Monty Panesar.
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We have just witnessed the close of a millennium during which old world populations and their new world colonies have expanded enormously the history of human populations acquires a new interest in an epoch when human beings are aware of the burden they are placing on the ecosystem asia has long contained a major fraction of world population, and east and south asia have accounted for Cited by: 7.
This book discusses the sequential development of population research in India, focusing on contemporary issues like demography, population studies, geography, sociology and urban studies and much more, and describes the problems related to the underdeveloped regions in.
This text focuses on the population history of Asia over 25 centuries. Chapters focus on the interaction between demography, climate, health, medicine and culture.
There is also a compact survey of the evolution of environmental hygiene in India through the 20th Century. SUMIT GUHA: Health and population in South Asia: from earliest times to the present. vii, pp. London: C. Hurst & Co., £ - Volume 65 Issue 2 - SHIRLEY GONSALVESAuthor: Shirley Gonsalves.
The challenge, however, was to access all the data in real time. 46 Health and South Asia An “epidemic” is defined as the occurrence of disease at a rate higher than what is normally expected. South Asia's HIV epidemic is highly heterogeneous. As a result, informed, prioritized, and effective responses necessitate an understanding of the epidemic diversity between and within countries.
Further spread of HIV in South Asia is preventable. The health of 10 countries analysed in the Lancet Series on southeast Asia — Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam — concerns the health of million people.
"Until public health trumps private wealth, progress in health across the region will be disjointed and inequitable. It is acknowledged that although there are unique aspects to improving health in South Africa, the local challenges represent a microcosm of impediments to improving population health globally.
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South Asia is a region of contrasts, with impressive technological achievements but also more than 40 percent of the world’s poor. These contrasts are evident in the health sector, which demonstrates large variations in health, nutrition, and fertility outcomes.
The BMJ's collection on "Health in South Asia" brings together leading health experts from across the region to discuss health priorities and advance the health agenda for the Asia represents a vibrant, dynamic, and fast growing region of the world and is home to nearly a quarter of the world's population.
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Analyze South Asia’s current population growth and future prospects South Asia’s Physical Landscape South Asia’s Himalaya Mountains are the highest in. This study examined the mental health of South Asian populations in Canada at the intersection of immigrant status and found important differences in the estimated prevalence rates and determinants of mental health outcomes.
The findings stress the importance of not painting the mental health of all South Asian populations with the same brush. The first of its kind, it addresses an issue that is necessary for protecting the rights of people with mental disorders and serves as an essential text for reinforcing mental health policy in South Asia.
it is a timely addition to our global understanding of mental health and how different regions address is by far the largest continent in the world in terms of area with population exceeding billion and has Manufacturer: Springer. Mental Health Issues in South Asia population, still beds in mental hospitals, after mental health in South Asia should be actively pursued.
Harvard South Asia Institute's inaugural publication about health. Released January. Pollution almost inevitably increases with urbanization at South Asia’s stage of development, creating atmospheric conditions that damage human health and crops and add to the economic costs of city living.
South Asia already has 15 of the world’s 25 most polluted cities, and more than 20 cities in India alone have air quality worse than.Data and research on health including biotechnology, cancer, health care, health spending, health insurance, fitness, dementia, disability, obesity, smoking, genetics and mortality., Though the rate of public spending on healthcare in the Asia/Pacific region is still well below the OECD average, countries there are committing more resources to improving health care quality.
Despite a remarkable improvement during recent decades in many countries' overall health and nutrition statistics and macro-economic indicators, 1 some million children aged under 5 years still die annually worldwide, of which 34% occur in South Asia alone. 2 It is too simplistic to relate improvements in economic indicators with better health because this does not take account of.