EVH 702 – Research Proposal
Birth Registration in Yap
What are some factors that’s contributing to the Low Birth Registration among 0-6 years and how is it related to a high prevalence of delayed Birth Registration in Yap?
BPH3 , 2012
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1. Introduction 2.1 Background 2.2 Statement of Problem 2.3 Literature Review| 1| 2. Study Objective 1.1 General Objective 1.2 Specific Objective| 3| 3. Methodology 4.4 Study Design and Settings 4.5 Sample Size and Sampling 4.6 Plan for data collection 4.7 Plan for data PROCESSING and ANALYSIS 4.8 Ethical Consideration 4.9 Pretest 4. Work Plan 5. Budget 6. Plan for Administration Monitoring and Utilization of Result| 1| | |
Un-registered Birth has been and continues to be a world-wide problem every where particularly in developing countries. According to the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund organization(UNICEF). Registration of a birth is the first legitimate account of a child in the society. It is the official and legal acknowledgement of the birth’s existence in the society and the population at large of the nation. It is giving proper and equal social rights to the child/individual when the birth is registered. (Arun Serrao and Sujatha B.R,2004)In this research paper it states that Birth Registration is the official recording of the birth of a child by some administrative body of the government. It is a permanent and official record of a child’s birth.Any birth that is not registered deprives the child/individual from his human rights in the society. Birth registration is a fundamental human right that is specified in the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). All Birth have the right to a name, identity and nationality, and birth registration is a first and significant step in upholding these rights(UNICEF, 2004). Birth registration is the State’s first official acknowledgement of the child’s existence and is the means to secure other child rights such as access to health care and education services. In addition, birth registration protects children from exploitation because it enables the use of legalities of age standards for children and adults, age limits for employment, marriage, recruitment for armed forces and criminal responsibility. It enables the legal rights of the child/individual in a society. A Birth Certificate is the official document produced upon accounting and legalizing the existence of a Birth. With the birth certificate, information of the child such as age, parents of the child, and to what nationality the child belongs to can be verified.(UNICEF, Birth Registeration in Bangladesh)In this research study, it stats that Birth registration is essential for national planning and monitoring because it enables the collection of the basic demographic data required to create effective strategies for health planning, health budgets plan, health determinants, population planning, census outcomes, education, law, and socio-economy in a nation. In another research study, .(UNICEF, Good Practices for integrating birth registration into health services. Mariana Murri 2010) it stated that Birth Registration is national policies and legislation in the sense that it establishes minimum ages for work, military conscription and marriage. Without Birth Certificates, children will be denied of receiving equal services and protection with children who have been registered and have Birth Certificates.(UNICEF, a statistical analysis of Birth Registration 2005) emphasized on the completeness birth registrations in which it enables the production of demographic data from which will allow a country to keep track of its own population statistics, trends and differentials. When disaggregated, the data can...