Determinants of unintended pregnancy among women in Ecuador

Eggleston, Elizabeth
March 1999
International Family Planning Perspectives;Mar99, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p27
Academic Journal
Identifies the determinants of unintended pregnancies in Ecuador. Association with adverse social and health outcomes; Need for improved services for women at risk of unintended pregnancies; Implications for legislation and health program design; Indicator of the state of women's reproductive health.


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