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1999 Belize Family Health Survey : Males
  • Published Date:
    November 2001
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Belize. Central Statistical Office. ; Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ;
  • Description:
    This report on the Belize Family Health Survey of Males 1999 represents another milestone for the Central Statistical Office, mainly because it is the first time it has been done in Belize, but also because Belize is only the second country from among the CARICOM countries to carry out such a survey. Besides providing bench mark data, the survey results present information on the knowledge and attitudes of Belizean men on contraceptive use, child bearing, HIV/AIDS, condoms and domestic violence to mention a few areas of concern.

    At total of 1773 men were interviewed during the four week period that the survey was conducted. The survey covered all areas in Belize excluding the Mennonite communities and therefore allows for comparisons between districts as well as between urban and rural areas. As with the females survey, interviewers were well trained and supervised during the course of the exercise.

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