National family health survey (MCH and family planning): Maharashtra, 1992-93 summary report
Population Research Centre (Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics), International Institute for Population Sciences
Population Research Centre, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, 1994 - Birth control - 26 pages
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1,000 live births 25 percent 54 percent 70 percent 87 percent age at marriage approve of family areas 51 breastfed breastfeeding cent chil Child Health child mortality childbearing condom Crude birth rate currently married women delivery dren ever-married women age Family Health Survey family planning Female sterilization Figure folic acid health facility high school education higher infant mortality rate Institute for Population least a high legal minimum age living children Maha marriage for girls married women age mass media Maternal and Child Measles median age modern methods National Family Health number of children nutritional status percent in rural percent in urban percent of births percent of children percent of currently percent of ever-married percent of women percent want percentage Polio Population Sciences preceding the survey programme Pune rashtra received antenatal rural areas Singulate slightly less spacing methods total fertility rate urban areas urban-rural difference weeks preceding women in Maharashtra