2 edition of fertility impact of traditional and changing childspacing practices in tropical Africa found in the catalog.
fertility impact of traditional and changing childspacing practices in tropical Africa
|Series||Working papers - Center for Policy Studies ; no. 42, Working papers (Population Council. Center for Policy Studies) ;, no. 42.|
|LC Classifications||HB1071.A3 B65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||79119381|
Age at First Birth, Fertility, and Contraception in Tanzania. The traditional role of women may thus contribute to maintaining the very high fertility rate in most of Sub-Saharan Africa. The total fertility rate (TFR) -- the total number of children the average woman has in her lifetime -- currently stands at about for SSA as a whole (compared with an average of 4 in all developing countries taken.
Alternative Projections Sub-Saharan Africa would increase by 59 percent of Total Fertility Rates, Sub-Saharan Africa, between and and more than double by ; that is it would rise from about million in to million in and almost million in 2 The principal author for the report is Lucy S. Mize, Consultant and Team Leader. Additional input and editorial support was provided by: Marisa Harrison, Candidate for MPH degree, University of Washington, Nadine Hoekman, Country Director and Child Survival Program Manager, Timor-Leste, Mary Anne Mercer, Deputy Director, HAI Seattle Susan Thompson, Timor-Leste Program Advisor, HAI Seattle.
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Author(s): Bongaarts,J Title(s): The fertility impact of traditional and changing childspacing practices in tropical Africa/ J. Bongaarts. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Population Council, No, Manual IX: The methodology of measuring the impact of family plan.
ning programmes on fertility, ,tables,figures,appendices. Based on a recommendation of an expert group, the United Nations have de. veloped in compliance with this recommendation in the hope that exper.
tise in family planning evaluation will become a part of the resources. (A Population Council Fact Book). Dblinquance. Statistiques de l'Education Surveill6e - Melun, Imprimerie Administrative, BONGAART (John).
- The fertility impact of traditional and changing childspacing practices in Tropical Africa. - New York, The Population Council, Tropical Africa is known to be lagging far behind the rest of the world in its fertility transition.
Many attempts have been made to specify the factors responsible for its resistance to fertility. Fertility levels in sub-Saharan Africa are among the highest in the world. As a result, recent fertility declines in a few countries have gained the attention of researchers and policy makers, and have renewed interest in the factors affecting fertility.
As first outlined by Davis and Blake ( Request PDF | On Jan 1,Jack A. Goldstone and others published: (Political Demography of the World Economy: Tropical Africa) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Changing patterns of postpartum behavior will require responsive policies from those who provide family planning services.
rly studies of traditional contraception gave little attention to lactational infecundity and to the relationship between behavioral fertility-regulating practices Cited by: 9. Fertility Studies that treat quantitative fertility data analytically. References to crude data are coded under S.
Official Statistical ological studies specifically concerned with fertility are cited in this division and cross-referenced to N. Methods. Full text of "Report of program activities: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development" See other formats.
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Shirley, A73. Bongaart (John). — The fertility impact of traditional and changing childspacing practices in Tropical Africa. — New York, The Population Council,23 cm, 20 p. multigr., fig., tabl. (Center for Policy Studies. Working papers n° 42).
Effect (The) of current demographic change in. Fertility 71 Africa fertility is normally highest among women aged 20– Fertility increased slightly at the end of the s and during the s in the research area.
This increase could be seen among women aged 15–34 years. Among older women the fertility remained at the same level consistently throughout the whole research period. Indeed, parallels have been found between the mortar-and-pestle technique of processing rice in parts of Africa and similar practices followed by slaves in eighteenth-century South Carolina.
An additional reason, then, for the adoption of slave labour in that colony may. The traditional arrangements and practices, so well suited to an Africa of low population densities, failed to evolve fast enough.
The unprecedented rate of population growth in the past few decades has placed a severe strain on the traditional rural production and livelihood systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Africa, fertility for such women runs at around children, The explanation may be that women with a few years of primary schooling are more likely to discontinue traditional practices following a birth social and economic fields which have an impact on fertility.
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3 EIA processes—and thus Regulation compliance—begin with an initial .Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics. Studylib. Documents Flashcards Chrome extension Login Upload document World Population and Fertility Planning Technologies.Fertility decline is thus seen as a rational, though perhaps lagged, accommodation to changes in objective economic circumstances.
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