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Fertility control in the context of the family and society in Pakistan

Hakim, Abdul


This study has examined the functioning of the family planning programme, reasons for the low contraceptive prevalence and sustained high fertility levels in Pakistan. The examination of the status of women in Pakistan has revealed that women have a low level of education (14 per cent) and their participation in the gainful employment (3 per cent) is also very low. Most of them marry early (mean age 17.4 years) and rarely use contraception (current use 9 per cent), factors which lead...[Show more]

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Date published: 1992-10
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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