Reproductive, Maternal, and Child Health in Central America: Trends and Challenges Facing Women and Children
Prepared by Richard S. Monteith, et al. This comparative report summarizes the major findings from a series of 15 surveys conducted in Central America in the period 1987-2003.
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SEXUAL AND CONTRACEPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF YOUNG ADULTS
Infant and Child Mortality
Infant Feeding Practices and Nutrition Status of Children
Educational Status of Children Aged 714 Years
15–59 Most Recent According to Area Age Most Recent Aged 3–59 Months anemia Area of Residence breastfed Breastfeeding cervical cancer Child Mortality Children Aged 3–59 Children Less Children With Diarrhea condoms contraceptive method Fertile Age four countries Gonorrhea Graph Guatemala 1995 Guatemala 2002 Total Guatemala and Honduras Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua HIV/AIDS Honduras 2001 Total increases infant mortality Knowledge last survey conducted lowest Married Women aged medical facility Months Most Recent mortality rates mothers Neonatal Nicaragua 1998 Oral Rehydration Salts percent El Salvador percent in Guatemala percent in Honduras Percentage of Children Percentage of Women percentage points Perinatal Mortality postneonatal pregnancy premarital prenatal Prior to Interview Recent Survey Region Reproductive Health Residence Most Recent rural areas rural women Salvador and Honduras Salvador and Nicaragua Salvador Guatemala Honduras sexual partners Sexual Relation sexually experienced tetanus Total Fertility Rate Trends urban areas urban women urban/rural differential Weight-for-Age Women of Fertile