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Family planning in Lae urban area of Papua New Guinea 1981

  • William K. A. Agyei (a1)

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A summary of 298 male and 358 female respondents in the Lae urban area of Papua New Guinea in 1981 revealed a relatively high level of contraceptive awareness, but the level of contraceptive use is low. However, the overall current usages of non-traditional methods for the wives of the male and for the female respondents are 34–2% and 37% respectively. The male and the female respondents have the same views on the ideal family size—approximately three children.

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Family planning in Lae urban area of Papua New Guinea 1981

  • William K. A. Agyei (a1)

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