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March 23, 2020

ओडिया आदिवासियों ने बच्चों के जन्म में अंतराल के लिए, त्याग दी परम्परा

बच्चों के एक के बाद एक, जल्दी-जल्दी जन्म के दुष्प्रभाव और कृषि और घरेलू कार्यों के तनाव, की दोहरी मार झेल रही ओडिशा की आदिवासी महिलाएं, गर्भ निरोधकों का उपयोग करने के लिए समुदाय के नियमों को तोड़ रही हैं

September 23, 2019
Community norms that do not subscribe to using contraceptives have led to Saora and Dongria Kondh tribal women to have many children in quick succession (Photo by Basudev Mahapatra)

Odiya tribes shed tradition to space out childbirths

Odisha’s tribal women, suffering the adverse health effects of childbirths in quick succession combined with strenuous agricultural and household work, are breaking community norms to use contraceptives

March 8, 2017
A patriarchal society in India ensures that married women are responsible for contraceptive use. (Photo by Pippa Ranger/Department for International Development)

Women continue to bear the burden of contraception

A trend analysis of the latest National Family Health Survey shows that women are compelled to be responsible for keeping family sizes small even as contraceptive prevalence rate declines in many states in India