Education as a factor influencing fertility in Kenya, 1977/78
Kenya became independent in 1963, and since then the Government has invested heavily in education. As a result many men and women have benefited. Consequently, some of the traditional practices which inhibited fertility, such as prolonged breastfeeding and abstinence are being abandoned while the use of modern methods of fertility control is not widespread. Thus the fertility rate at the time of writing (1984), is one of the highest in the world. This study has used the 1977/78 Kenya...[Show more]
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