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What can proximate determinants of fertility tells us about the fertility transition of Pakistan

@inproceedings{Nasir2015WhatCP,
  title={What can proximate determinants of fertility tells us about the fertility transition of Pakistan},
  author={Jamal Abdul Nasir and Andrew Hinde and Sabu S. Padmadas},
  year={2015}
}
Population planning program of countries neighboring Pakistan for example, Iran, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh are started about the same time as that in Pakistan and there has been a considerable reduction in fertility in these countries. During the past five decades Pakistan experienced a slow pace change in fertility—total fertility rate has declined from eight children per woman in the early 1960s to only four by the end of 2000s. Pakistani fertility particularly at regional levels received less… 
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