Rezaul Karim,M. A. Bkar Pk,Md. Asaduzzaman,Pinakee Dey,M. Ali Akbar,



Population Model,Sharpe-Lotka model,Gurtin MacCamy model,family planning,women’s and child’s health,


Bangladesh has a higher population density than most other nations in the world. This project aims to evaluate the effects of experimental family planning and maternal and child health. Bangladesh saw changes in the use of contraceptives, the continuation of contraception, fertility, and infant and child mortality between 2012 and 2022. The project's current goal is to guarantee improved family health. To satisfy the changing needs and priorities of families and to provide better health for all, this paper has proposed several novel initiatives, such as enhanced health and family planning services, and enhancing maternal and child health. The goal of this project is to improve the health of women and children through family planning using an age-structured population model. It also covers the graphical presentation of the data using programs like Matlab, Mathematica, Excel, and others.


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