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Determinants of Acceptance, Continuation, and Termination of Family Planning Methods

Citation

Islam, M. Ataurhul; Frankenberg, Elizabeth; & Kantner, Andrew (1988). Determinants of Acceptance, Continuation, and Termination of Family Planning Methods. In Kantner, Andrew; Frankenberg, Elizabeth; Islam, M. Ataurhul; & Mitra, S. N. (Eds.), Bangladesh Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, 1985: Secondary Analysis (pp. 169-84i). Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mitra and Associates.

Abstract

Despite three decades of effort to reduce fertility in Bangladesh through promotion of family planning, targeted declines have yet to be achieved. The contraceptive prevalence rate is increasing but the impact of this rise is not clearly reflected in the level of fertility. Examination of factors associated with acceptance, termination, and duration of contraceptive use may help explain this enigma.

Reference Type

Book Chapter

Book Title

Bangladesh Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, 1985: Secondary Analysis

Author(s)

Islam, M. Ataurhul
Frankenberg, Elizabeth
Kantner, Andrew

Editor(s)

Kantner, Andrew
Frankenberg, Elizabeth
Islam, M. Ataurhul
Mitra, S. N.

Year Published

1988

Pages

169-84i

Publisher

Mitra and Associates

City of Publication

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Reference ID

10354