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Document Type
Comparative Reports
Publication Topic(s)
Family Planning
Language
English
Author(s)
Siân L. Curtis and Katherine Neitzel and Macro International Inc. Calverton, Maryland, USA
Publication Date
March 1996
Publication ID
CS19

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Small PDF IconFront Matter (PDF, 706K)
Small PDF IconSection 1 - Introduction (PDF, 310K)
Small PDF IconSection 2 - Data Collection (PDF, 581K)
Small PDF IconSection 3 - Knowledge of Contraception (PDF, 757K)
Small PDF IconSection 4 - Knowledge of a Source for Modern Methods (PDF, 411K)
Small PDF IconSection 5 - Ever-Use of Contraception (PDF, 544K)
Small PDF IconSection 6 - Current Use of Contraception (PDF, 686K)
Small PDF IconSection 7 - Source of Current Method of Contraception (PDF, 946K)
Small PDF IconSection 8 - Conclusions (PDF, 325K)
Small PDF IconReferences (PDF, 280K)
Small PDF IconAppendix A - Classification of Individual Sources for each Country (PDF, 329K)
Small PDF IconAppendix B - Knowledge of Specific Contraceptive Methods by Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics of Respondents (PDF, 542K)
Small PDF IconAppendix C - Ever-Use of Specific Contraceptive Methods by Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics of Respondents (PDF, 508K)
Small PDF IconAppendix D - Current Use of Specific Contraceptive Methods by Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics of Respondents (PDF, 496K)
Small PDF IconAppendix E - Summary of DHSI, DHSII and DHSIII Surveys, 1985 to 1995 (PDF, 395K)
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Abstract:

The principal aim of this report is to provide an update on patterns and trends in knowledge, use and sources of contraceptive methods, through a descriptive comparative analysis of the DHS II data.