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Scirj Volume VI, Issue VIII, August 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Problems of Female Community Health Volunteers Providing Health Care Service in Nepal

Dr. Deep Bahadur Adhikari

Abstract: The present research paper was the problems of Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) regarding health care in Nepal. The main objective of this study was to identify health care practice and problems of FCHVs. The descriptive research design was used in this paper. The purposive and census sampling method were applied for this paper. The primary data were collected from 55 FCHVs of Baglung district of Nepal. Result showed more number of the respondents 20 percent belonged on the middle age group (45 to 50 years). Higher proportion of the respondents 78.18 percent were found literate. Similarly, majority of respondents 95.72 percent were trained and few 4.28 percent were untrained. Regarding the knowledge most of the FCHVs 77 percent had knowledge on immunization like, BCG, TT, and measles vaccine, 96.36 percent had knowledge on health check-up during pregnancy and 97 percent of FCHVs were aware from communicable disease. Research showed FCHVs were found involved and contributed in teaching about preparing ORS, importance of breast feeding, regular health checkup and making Sarbottam Pitho.

Reference this Paper: Problems of Female Community Health Volunteers Providing Health Care Service in Nepal by Dr. Deep Bahadur Adhikari published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue VIII, August 2018 Edition, Page 93-100 ".

Search Terms: Female community health volunteers, vaccines, immunization, antenatal, prenatal, postnatal Sabrbottam Pitho, neonatal and morbidity

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