This volume, the last in the series Population Dynamics of Sub-Saharan Africa, examines key demographic changes in Senegal over the past several decades. It analyzes the changes in fertility and their causes, with comparisons to other sub-Saharan countries. It also analyzes the causes and patterns of declines in mortality, focusing particularly on rural and urban differences.
Table of Contents
|2 Geographic and Socioeconomic Setting||9-29|
|3 Population Growth and Distribution||30-44|
|Appendix A: Data Sources||203-207|
|Appendix B: Correcting the Fertility Estimates in the 1988 Census||208-219|
|Appendix C: Methodology for Analysis of Child Mortality||220-221|
|Appendix D: Growth Balance Methods for Estimating Coverage of Adults Deaths||222-224|
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