The impact of family planning on fertility in Java
The government family planning program in Indonesia has achieved remarkable results. For example, in the most populous island of Java, where family planning was initially implemented in the 1970s, more than 2 million new clients were recruited annually through the 1980s, and more than half the island’s fecund women were reported to be users of contraception in 1987. Moreover, fertility declined in Indonesia over the past two decades from 5.6 children per woman to 3.2. This thesis reviews...[Show more]
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