PFFPS

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PFFPSPakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (1996-1997)
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The 1996-97 PFFPS data show that over 10 percent of the teenaged females have begun childbearing.
The analysis of the PFFPS 1996-97 data indicates that both age and number of living children indicate differentials in contraceptive use (Table 4).
Table 2 Trends in Current Use of Specific Methods, among Currently Married Women PCPS PDHS PCPS PFFPS Method 1984-85 1990-91 1994-95 1996-97 Any Method 9.
Appendix Table 1 Percentage of Currently Married, Women Age 15-49 Who are Currently Using a Contraceptive Method, 1996-97 PFFPS, 1994-95 PCPS, 1990-91 PDHS, 1984-85 PCPS, 1975 PFS and 1968-69 NIS 1996-97 1994-95 1990-91 PFFPS PCPS PDHS Any Method 23.
Table 2 Percentage Never-Married, By Age and Sex 1968-71 to 1997 (Various Surveys) Male Age PGS PFS PCPS PDHS PIHS PFFPS Group 1968-71 1975 1984-85 1990-91 1995-96 1996-97 15-19 99.
Table 6 Age-Specific Fertility Rates and Total Fertility Rates Ages PFS PCPS PDHS PCPS PFFPS (Years) 1975 1984-85 1990-91 1994-95 1996-97 15-19 104 64 84 44 82 20-24 266 223 230 227 245 25-29 314 263 268 307 275 30-34 264 234 229 243 212 35-39 204 209 147 179 145 40-44 93 127 73 92 71 45-49 8 71 40 36 23 TFR 6.
Some indicators, such as education of women, employment of women, women's participation in domestic and child related decisions, women's mobility, communication about family planning, religion and family planning, have been examined from Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Survey (1996-97) [For detail of PFFPS, see Hakim et al.
In the PFFPS, women's mobility was evaluated in terms of their self-reported ability (a) to go outside the locality or village unaccompanied, and (b) to go to a hospital unaccompanied.