The Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey 1996-97 indicates that among currently married women age 15-49 years, still only a small group 24 percent (including seven percent traditional methods) are current users of contraception (Table 2).
What does PFFPS stand for?
PFFPS stands for Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (1996-1997)
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1992; after here cited as PDHS), conducted in 1990-91; Pakistan Contraceptive Surveys (Pakistan, Ministry of Population Welfare and Population Council 1995a; cited as PCPS), 1984-85 and 1994-95; Pakistan Integrated Household Survey (Pakistan, Federal Bureau of Statistics 1996; cited as PIHS), 1995-96; and the National Health Survey of Pakistan (Pakistan Medical Research Council 1996; cited as NHSP), 1990-94; and the Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (Pakistan, National Institute of Population Studies and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; cited as PFFPS), conducted in 1996-97.
There is almost non-existent decline in fertility for the age group of 40-44, and interestingly an increase in the last age with a varying degree of magnitude both in the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 1990-91 and the Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (PFFPS) 1996-97 surveys.
National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) and Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (1998) Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (PFFPS) 1996-97.
Some social indicators, such as education of women, employment of women, participation in domestic and child related decisions, mobility of women, religion and family planning, communication about family planning, initiation of idea of decision-making about family planning and use of contraception have been examined from Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (1996-97) to see the current status of women.