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Title: Development of Traditional Maternity; Birth Complications of Challenged Children for Female Gender Entrepreneurial Ability for Millennium Development Goals in Nigeria
Authors: Owojaiye, Sunday Oni
Are, Falilat Tinuola
Issue Date: Dec-2012
Publisher: Knowledge Review
Series/Report no.: Vol. 26;No. 3; Pp 89-95
Abstract: This paper presents “Development of Traditional Maternity; Birth complications, of Challenged Children for Female Gender Entrepreneurial ability for Millennium Development Goals” in Nigeria. The survey research method was used. Two hundred (200) women of child bearing age were stratified and randomly selected from 4 (four) wards of Irepodun L.G.A, Kwara State, Nigeria. The instrument used for data collection was a researcher structured validated and reliable .85r Sexual Health Education inventory Data analyzed was gathered by the researcher personally. Data collected was analyzed using X2 @ 0.05 alpha level of significance & @ 198df. Based on the result of data analyzed and the discussion, it could be concluded that: 1 seventy – four point five (74.5) percent, the majority of the women are addicted to Mama Abiye’s clinics; as they (women of child bearing age) confirmed that the Mama Abiye’s are expert birth delivery women that give medicine, concoctive for safe delivery (2). Seventy – five point five (775.5) (155), almost all of the women of child bearing age do not worry, they do not fall sick or ill, because they felt that they are strong, and do their jobs by themselves including farm work. Based on the conclusions drawn, it could be recommended among others that (1) Attendance at orthodox (medical maternity) should be make compulsory for pregnant women; and should be free. (2) All traditional maternities should be developed into international standard, the concoctions developed by international drugs manufactures.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1022
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