TMFR

AcronymDefinition
TMFRTermination for Medical Reasons (pregnancy)
TMFRTotal Marital Fertility Rate
TMFRTokyo Monochrome Factory Records (Japan)
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Controlling for other factors, including religion, nativity and occupational group, a woman with exactly eight years of common schooling would have a slightly more than a one-child lead (1.07) in her TMFR over a woman with 12 years of education and some experience beyond the common schools.
At the early stage of fertility transition, as is the case in Pakistan, the decline in TMFR is preceded by the decline in TFR.
The TMFR appeared to be 7.9, slightly higher than the figure of 7.6 reported in the first report.
According to this exercise the most critical variable in reducing fertility levels in Karachi, apart of course from the pattern of later marriages which affects TFR and TMFR (according to Table 4) is notably high levels of contraceptive use recorded in our survey.
In Table 4 abbreviation TMFR is used which has not been defined earlier in the text.