The time dynamics of unmet need: An example from Morocco

Westoff, Charles F.; Bankole, Akinrinola
March 1998
International Family Planning Perspectives;Mar98, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Presents a study in fertility and family planning among a sample of women. Reason for the study; Detailed information on methodology used to conduct the study; Findings of the study; Discussion based on the results of the study.


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