Ronald G. Horstman

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Changes in population size and structure in France from 1831 to 1989 are reviewed. The authors note that demographic trends in France have converged with those of other European countries in the period since World War II. Particular attention is given to postwar fertility, which after an initial surge is again below replacement level. Fears of the loss(More)
With a maternal mortality rate of 539 per 100.000 live births, maternal health is of much concern in Nepal. In general, the availability and quality of (emergency) obstetric services is inadequate while the utilisation of maternity health services is lower in Nepal compared to other countries with similar infrastructure. Jahn et al. (2000) observe that(More)
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