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Mauritius Contraceptive Prevalence Survey 1991 : final report, June 1993
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Mauritius Contraceptive Prevalence Survey 1991 : final report, June 1993
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    Mauritius. Ministry of Health. Family Planning/Maternal-Child Health Division. Evaluation Unit. ; University of Mauritius. Department of Social Studies ; Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.). Division of Reproductive Health. ; ... More ▼
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    The present report describes the findings of a survey on contraceptive use carried out in Mauritius in 1991. A previous round of the same type of survey was carried out in 1985 and its findings were reported and discussed at a seminar held in Mauritius in August, 1986. The 1991 survey, therefore, not only provides a snapshot of the current situation in Mauritius regarding contraceptive practices but permits an evaluation of changes since 1985. Both rounds of the survey included both Mauritius and Rodrigues Islands. However, whereas the 1985 round covered women aged 15 to 49, the 1991 round excluded women aged 45 to 49. Furthermore, never married women were not interviewed in 1985 but were in 1991. Finally, the 1991 round included a detailed module on Natural Family Planning (NFP) methods. For this report, NFP refers to periodic abstinence during the fertile days of the menstrual cycle, no matter how these fertile days are determined.

    The 1991 Mauritius CPS covers: fertility and contraceptive use. n=5,262 women 15-44

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