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Title: Factors Associated with Failure of Family Planning Methods in Pakistan: Burhan Village Case Study
Contributors: Sultana, Aneela
Qazilbash, Ali Abbas
Keywords: Family planning methods and its associated failure factors -- Pakistan
Family planning -- its knowledge and use of contraceptives among the rural woman in Pakistan
Family Planning associated with socio-cultural restraints that deprive women over the control of her body--Pakistan
cultural and psychological factors particularly husband’s behavior and attitude that influence a woman’s decision regarding fertility regulation – Burhan Village—Pakistan
non-use of contraceptives - a case study in Pakistan’s Family Planning – Pakistan
local perception and level of satisfaction concerning the various family planning methods—Pakistan
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Sustainable Development Policy Institute
Place of Publication: Islamabad, Pakistan
Series/Report no.: Sustainable Development Policy Institute; Working Paper No 91; 2004
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