This book discusses current trends in contraceptive use, socioeconomic and program variables that affect the demand for and supply of children, and the relationship of increased contraceptive use to recent fertility declines.
Table of Contents
|2 Levels and Trends in Contraceptive Use||19-51|
|3 The Socioeconomic Context||52-84|
|4 The Household, Kinship, and Community Context||85-127|
|5 Family Planning Programs and Policies||128-169|
|6 Regional Analysis of Contraceptive Use||170-196|
|7 Contribution of Modern Contraceptive Use Relative to Postpartum Practices to Fertility Decline||197-211|
|Appendix A: Adapting the Easterlin-Crimmins Synthesis Model to Sub-Saharan Conditions||221-229|
|Appendix B: Sample Sizes for the WFS and DHS Regional Files||230-232|
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