Achievement of replacement fertility among educated Ghanaian women: A conundrum

Abstract

This presentation gives an introduction to factors affecting change in total fertility and the development of contraceptive behaviour, and then describes fertility and contraception use in Ghana, and outlines work to assess determinants of use of traditional contraception methods and reasons for non-use of family planning.

Citation

Machiyama, K.; Cleland, J. Achievement of replacement fertility among educated Ghanaian women: A conundrum. Presented at ESRC Seminar Series, Post-Transitional Fertility in Developing Countries: Causes and Implications. 16 July 2013, Oxford, UK. (2013) 23 pp.

Achievement of replacement fertility among educated Ghanaian women: A conundrum

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