4 edition of Adolescent fertility in selected states of India found in the catalog.
Adolescent fertility in selected states of India
by Population Research Center, Institute of Economic Growth in Delhi
Written in English
|Series||Discussion paper series -- no. 79/2003|
|Contributions||Institute of Economic Growth (India). Population Research Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HB1049 (H2)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||2008319807|
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Notes. Topic: Health: Reproductive health; Definition: Adolescent fertility rate is the number of births per 1, women ages ; Source: United Nations Population Division, World Population Prospects.; Statistical concept and methodology: Reproductive health is a state of physical and mental well-being in relation to the reproductive system and its functions and processes. Start studying Ch. 9 Book Questions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. having a child outside of marriage can be viewed as a positive event because it is an indication of her fertility. Within the United States, ___ adolescents have the highest rate of teenage pregnancy; however, regardless.
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Adolescent fertility in rural India is 58 per as compared to 30 in urban India. While the total fertility rate decreased from per woman to during (a decrease of 2 births per woman or a decrease of percent), that among adolescents decreased. The study was conducted among selected states in India with varying levels of fertility and socioeconomic development.
Data were obtained from the National Family Health Survey of India, among ever married women aged years for Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, and Kerala. In India, the extent of adolescent fertility (defined as number of births per women in the age group) declined from per in to 52 per in Adolescent fertility in rural India is 58 per as compared to 30 in urban India.
Adolescent fertility rates contribute 17% to the total fertility rate in India and about 14% of births in women aged below 20 were unplanned. Early and unplanned adolescent pregnancies are highly prone for adverse pregnancy outcomes like eclampsia, low birth weight, early neonatal death and congenital malformation [ 16 ].Cited by: Proportion of women married, India and selected states, –06 Total fertility rate, total marital fertility rate, and index of marriage, India and selected states, –06 Current use of modern contraception, India and selected states, –06 Abortion rate, India and selected states, –06 File Size: 6MB.
Major State-wise Percent Distribution of Commutative Fertility by Age in India () Major State-wise Mean Age of Fertility and Associated Standard Deviation in India () Global Comparison with India in Adolescent Fertility Rate.
The findings indicated that the average fertility rate went down primarily in southern states such as Tamil Nadu (), Andhra Pradesh (), Telangana (), Kerala () and Karnataka () as well as the hill states — Jammu & Kashmir (), Himachal Pradesh () and Uttarakhand ().
Adolescent Fertility since the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo (United Nations publication).
ST/ESA/SER.A/ UNITED NATIONS PUBLICATIONFile Size: 1MB. Unlike in most other countries, adolescent fertility in India occurs mainly among married adolescent females.
Early onset of sexual activity and the pressure on young married women to prove their fertility as soon after marriage as possible results in high rates of adolescent fertility 6, as summarized in Table 5.
As many as 36% of married Cited by: This is a list of the States and union territories of India of India ranked in order of number of children born for each woman.
Recent surveys show that majority of Indian states fertility rate has fallen well below the replacement level of and the country is fast approaching the replacement level itself. The total fertility rate of India stands at as of Globally, the adolescent birth rate in was 44 per adolescent girls aged 15–19 years.
Inthe estimated adolescent birth rate globally was 44 births per 1, girls aged 15 to 19; in West and Central Africa, this figure stood at births, the highest regional rate in the world.
Countries such as Central African Republic, Niger, Chad, Angola and Mali top the list of countries with highest adolescent birth rate (above ). The data for the study were obtained from the NDHS for the yearsand which were used for comparative analysis of the fertility behavior of adolescents across the six geo-political Author: Isaiah Oluranti Olurinola.
Measures of schooling, marriage, fertility, and contraceptive use are basic to the study of adolescent fertility. Taking data on such factors from the 11 sub-Saharan African countries for which recent Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data are available, this chapter provides a broad overview of current levels of, and recent changes in, adolescent fertilityNote that four of these Cited by: 1.
of 17, households was selected for the EDHS survey. Therefore, the analysis presented in this study is based on adolescent fertility data of rural women aged 15 - 19 years. After delete missing values and inconsis-tencies a total of women were selected for this study from the original women data.
In this paper, the termsFile Size: KB. Krishnamoorthy, S. Fertility Policy for India: Constant Number of Births, Replacement Level or Below Replacement Level Fertility. The Journal of Family Welfare. Dec. 40(4). ; Kulkarni, Sumati and Choe, Minja Kim.
Wanted and Unwanted Fertility in Selected States of India.- Mumbai: National Family Health Survey Subject Reports. An analysis of fertility differentials by socioeconomic and demographic characteristics reveals a wide diversity in the total fertility rate among Indian states.
Total fertility tends to be high. This statistic shows the adolescent fertility rate in selected regions duringand *. The adolescent fertility rate usually refers to the number of births per 1, women ages fertility in developing countries, partly due to the lack of available data.
longitudinal Most studies have focused instead on the United States, where the adolescent fertility rate roseduring the by: Adolescent fertility rate by selected Middle East and North African country Published by Statista Research Department.
CONTRACEPTION /1 Introduction Adolescent fertility regulation and pregnancy prevention is one of the most important health-care issues of the twenty-first century. More than 15 million girls between the ages of 15 and 19 give birth every year worldwide, and an additional 5 million have abortions.
In Central America, 18% of all births are to.Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1, women ages ) - India, United Kingdom, United States from The World Bank: Data Learn how the World Bank .The infants of adolescent mothers are also at higher risk of mortality and morbidity.
The adolescent fertility rate (births per women aged 15–19 years) is highest in the WHO African Region ( per ) and in low-income countries ( per ) compared with a global average of 47 per over the period –