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ASFRAge-Specific Fertility Rate
ASFRAutomated Substitute for Return
ASFRAction Sociale Formation Recherche (French: Social Action Research Training)
ASFRAssistant Secretary for Financial Resources (US DHHS)
ASFRAfrican Soft Furred Rat
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Age-specific fertility rates can be drawn from United Nations Population Division data available for all countries.
Age-Specific Fertility Rates: 1989, 1993 Age-Specific Fertility Rate(a) Period Change Age Group 1989 KDHS(b) 1993 KDHS(c) (Percent) 15-19 152 110 -27.6 20-24 314 257 -18.2 25-29 303 241 -20.5 30-34 255 197 -22.7 35-39 183 154 -15.8 40-44 99 70 -29.3 45-49 35 50 42.9 Note: a Births per 1,000 women; b Based on live-births over the 1984-1988 period; c Based on live-births over the 1990-1992 period.
It holds age-specific fertility rates (ASFRs) constant at their 2004 levels to ascertain the contribution to birth numbers in 2005 coming from either the size of the cohort of women at each age, or from their ASFR.
(6.) TFR is a synthetic measure of the average number of children a woman would expect to bear during her lifetime if she were to experience the exact age-specific fertility rates throughout her life time.
Age-specific fertility rates of men [fm.sub.x] cover births of both genders.
They are then compared with female age-specific fertility rates for the 35-year period 1976-2010, and the deferment of paternity and childbearing within that period is discussed.
It is perfectly proper to say that the age-specific fertility rates of the immigrant populations are the same as those of the native population.
The TFR is the sum of age-specific fertility rates (ASFRs), and as such represents the number of babies each woman would have if she were to experience all the ASFRs of that year.
Age-specific fertility rates in this period show efficient family planning and the use of modern contraceptives.
Age-specific fertility rates were not available for earlier years, and approximate estimates were made.
In modeling age-specific fertility rates explanatory variables have been defined to correspond with the ages of the women giving birth.
On the basis of age-specific data on the incidence of rubella, age-specific fertility rates, and the risk for CRS during pregnancy, 30 CRS cases were projected to occur following the 1999 outbreak.