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How Family Planning Supply And The Service Environment Affect Contraceptive Use

How Family Planning Supply and the Service Environment Affect Contraceptive Use PDF
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Release: 2012
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Size: 48.17 MB
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Category : Contraceptives
Languages : en
Pages : 40
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Changes In The Direct And Indirect Determinants Of Fertility In Sub Saharan Africa

Changes in the Direct and Indirect Determinants of Fertility in Sub Saharan Africa PDF
Author: Kiersten Johnson
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Release: 2011
ISBN:
Size: 11.45 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : Fertility, Human
Languages : en
Pages : 63
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Changes In The Direct And Indirect Determinants Of Fertility In Sub Saharan Africa

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Spousal Agreement On Reproductive Preferences In Sub Saharan Africa

Spousal Agreement on Reproductive Preferences in Sub Saharan Africa PDF
Author: Tesfayi Gebreselassie
Publisher:
Release: 2008
ISBN:
Size: 80.26 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Category : Birth control
Languages : en
Pages : 44
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by Tesfayi Gebreselassie, Spousal Agreement On Reproductive Preferences In Sub Saharan Africa Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Spousal Agreement On Reproductive Preferences In Sub Saharan Africa books, "This study investigates spousal agreement on reproductive preferences (fertility preferences and ideal number of children) in sub-Saharan Africa. The analysis uses matched couples' data from 14 Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) carried out between 1999 and 2004. Additionally, pooled data from the 14 countries are used to explore the aggregate effect of different levels of polygyny (high and low) on spousal agreement on reproductive preferences. Agreement between partners/spouses to have another child ranges from 36 percent in Namibia to 90 percent in Chad. The multivariate analysis indicates that in many countries agreement on having another child is less likely if the woman has some formal education. Additionally, in most countries, the results show that wife's age and the number of living children are consistent predictors of spousal agreement on having another child. Economic status has an important role in 7 of the 14 countries; couples living in wealthier households are less likely to agree to have another child than those in poorer households. Agreement between partners/spouses on the ideal number of children ranges from 13 percent in Chad to 32 percent in Kenya. Overall, a larger proportion of husbands than wives consider a higher number of children to be the ideal. However, the multivariate analysis indicates that, in most countries, the odds of spousal agreement on the ideal number of children are increased if the wife has formal education. The study also looks at the aggregate effect of high and low levels of polygyny on spousal agreement on fertility preferences and ideal number of children. The findings from the multivariate analysis indicates that, regardless of level of polygyny, the most important factors influencing the likelihood that both partners want another child are wife's education, wife's age, number of living children, and household wealth status. However, in countries with high levels of polygyny, type of marriage, difference in spouses' education, and infecundity can havea significant negative impact on agreement to have another child. In all 14 countries, wife's education has a positive impact on spousal agreement on the ideal number of children, regardless of level of polygyny. However, if the husband's level of education exceeds that of his wife, the wife is working for cash, or the household is not poor, the likelihood of spousal agreement on ideal number of children is greater only in the high polygyny group." - p. xi



Population Bulletin Of The United Nations

Population Bulletin of the United Nations PDF
Author: United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Publisher:
Release: 2002
ISBN:
Size: 14.20 MB
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Category : Population
Languages : en
Pages :
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Population Bulletin Of The United Nations

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American Journal Of Public Health

American Journal of Public Health PDF
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Release: 1987
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Size: 40.52 MB
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Category : Public health
Languages : en
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American Journal Of Public Health

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The Demographic Transition And Development In Africa

The Demographic Transition and Development in Africa PDF
Author: Charles Teller
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release: 2011-03-04
ISBN: 9789048189182
Size: 37.83 MB
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Category : Social Science
Languages : en
Pages : 359
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by Charles Teller, The Demographic Transition And Development In Africa Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Demographic Transition And Development In Africa books, "The heated Malthusian-Bosrupian debates still rage over consequences of high population growth, rapid urbanization, dense rural populations and young age structures in the face of drought, poverty, food insecurity, environmental degradation, climate change, instability and the global economic crisis. However, while facile generalizations about the lack of demographic change and lack of progress in meeting the MDGs in sub-Saharan Africa are commonplace, they are often misleading and belie the socio-cultural change that is occurring among a vanguard of more educated youth. Even within Ethiopia, the second largest country at the Crossroads of Africa and the Middle East, different narratives emerge from analysis of longitudinal, micro-level analysis as to how demographic change and responses are occurring, some more rapidly than others. The book compares Ethiopia with other Africa countries, and demonstrates the uniqueness of an African-type demographic transition: a combination of poverty-related negative factors (unemployment, disease, food insecurity) along with positive education, health and higher age-of-marriage trends that are pushing this ruggedly rural and land-locked population to accelerate the demographic transition and stay on track to meet most of the MDGs. This book takes great care with the challenges of inadequate data and weak analytical capacity to research this incipient transition, trying to unravel some of the complexities in this vulnerable Horn of Africa country: A slowly declining population growth rates with rapidly declining child mortality, very high chronic under-nutrition, already low urban fertility but still very high rural fertility; and high population-resource pressure along with rapidly growing small urban places”



Population Reports

Population Reports PDF
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Release: 1979
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Size: 10.39 MB
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Category : Birth control
Languages : en
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Population Reports

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African Population Studies

African Population Studies PDF
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Release: 2007
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Size: 10.51 MB
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Category : Africa
Languages : en
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African Population Studies

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