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Fertility survey 1981 data concerning the Coloured population of South Africa by Jan Louis Van Tonder

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Published by Human Sciences Research Council in Pretoria .
Written in English



  • South Africa


  • Fertility, Human -- South Africa -- Statistics.,
  • Colored people (South Africa) -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

StatementJ.L. van Tonder.
SeriesReport ;, S-120, Verslag S ;, nr. 120.
LC ClassificationsHB1073.4.A3 V36 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination204 p. ;
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2767707M
ISBN 100796901902
LC Control Number86126576

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International Statistical Institute, National Population Bureau (Nigeria). Nigeria World Fertility Survey This survey was a part of a fertility survey series, conducted in the s and s, covering contraceptives, reproductive health, breastfeeding, and complete birth histories. A report may be available through the library system.   Survey Instruments and Documentation: See the Sexual Activity & Contraception and Child Care sections of this guide. For information on nonbiological children, see the Household Composition or Gender sections of this guide and areas of interest "Child Record Form/Nonbiological" and "Birth Record xxxx.": Areas of Interest: Raw unedited data on fertility, pregnancy, sexual activity, . The International Statistical Institute (ISI) established the World Fertility Survey program in with funding from UNFPA, USAID and the UK Overseas Development Administration. The surveys are nationally representative and generally include both a household and an individual (female) component.

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