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INTRODUCTION
1.1 Geography and Economy
1.2 Population
1.3 Population and Reproductive Health Policies and Programmes
1.4 Objectives and Organization of the 1996 Nepal Family Health Survey
1.5 Recruitment, Training and Fieldwork
1.6 Data Entry and Processing
1.7 Coverage of the Sample
2.1 Age and Sex Composition of the Household Population
2.2 Household Composition
2.3 Educational Attainment of the Household Population
2.4 Housing Characteristics
2.5 Background Characteristics of Respondents
2.6 Access to Mass Media
2.7 Employment Status
Employment
FERTILITY
3.1 Current Fertility
3.2 Pregnancy Outcomes
Pregnancy outcome
3.3 Children Ever Born and Living
3.4 Birth Intervals
3.5 Age at First Birth
3.6 Adolescent Fertility
4.1 Knowledge of Contraception
Trends in Knowledge of Family Planning Methods
4.2 Ever Use of Family Planning
4.3 Current Use of Family Planning
Trends in Current Use of Family Planning
4.4 Number of Children at First Use of Family Planning
4.5 Effect of Breastfeeding on Contraception
4.6 Timing of Sterilization
4.7 Sterilization Regret
4.9 Nonuse of Family Planning
4.10 Exposure to Family Planning Information
4.13 Attitudes Toward Family Planning Use
OTHER PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY
5.1 Current Marital Status
5.3 Age at First Marriage
5.4 Recent Sexual Activity
5.5 Postpartum Amenorrhoea, Abstinence and Insusceptibility
5.6 Termination of Exposure to Pregnancy
FERTILITY PREFERENCES
6.1 Desire for More Children
6.2 Need for Family Planning Services
6.3 Ideal Family Size
6.4 Fertility Planning
INFANT AND CHILD MORTALITY
7.1 Levels and Trends in Infant and Child Mortality
7.2 Soeio-economie Differentials in Mortality
7.3 Demographic Differentials in Mortality
7.4 Perinatal Mortality
7.5 High-Risk Fertility Behaviour
8.1 Antenatal Care
8.2 Delivery Care
Place of delivery
8.3 Postpartum Care
8.4 Vaccination of Children
8.5 Vitamin A and Iodine
8.6 Acute Respiratory Infection
8.8 Diarrhoea
9.1 Breastfeeding and Supplementation
9.2 Nutritional Status of Children
9.3 Nutritional Status of Mothers
10.1 Data Quality Issues
10.2 Adult Mortality
10.3 Maternal Mortality
I 1.1 Knowledge of AIDS
11.2 Source of Knowledge About AIDS
11.3 Knowledge of Prevention of AIDS
11.4 Perceptions about AIDS
11.5 Knowledge and Use of Condoms
REFERENCES
SAMPLE DESIGN
ESTIMATES OF SAMPLING ERRORS
DATA QUALITY
SURVEY STAFF
QUESTIONNAIRES
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