National family health survey (MCH and family planning): Goa, 1992-93
J.S.S. Institute of Economic Research. Population Research Centre, International Institute for Population Sciences
Population Research Centre, J.S.S. Institute of Economic Research, 1995 - Medical - 290 pages
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1,000 live births 1.9 children 15 percent 93 percent age 0-3 months age at marriage antenatal care services approve of family BIRTH INTERVAL breast breastfed breastfeeding CASTE/TRIBE Scheduled Caste child mortality children age 0-3 children per woman Children Under Age colostrum condom contraception currently married women Delhi Dharwad diarrhoea ever-married women age Family Health Survey family planning messages Figure folic acid health facility high school education illiterate women infant and child infant mortality rate Karnataka knowledge least a high legal minimum age level of education level of fertility living children low level Measles method of family Middle Complete modern method months preceding Muslim National Family Health need for family NFHS percent of children percent of currently percent of women polio preceding the survey received antenatal rural areas Scheduled Tribe stunted tetanus toxoid total fertility traditional methods unmet need urban and rural urban women utilization of antenatal weeks preceding women in Goa