Presents up-to-date data on prenatal and postpartum care, protection at birth against neonatal tetanus, breastfeeding, and immunization.
It offers facts that are useful in influencing policy makers and program managers on the support needed to effectively implement the health programs of the government.
It involved interviewing all female members aged 15 to 49 years in the sample households in the Labor Force Survey (LFS), who have surviving children below three years of age.
|Frequency:||Every year except when National Demographic
and Health Survey is conducted
|No. of Pages|
|Latest edition:||2002||Final Report||94|
|1997, 1999-2002||Final Report|
|Available in CD-PUF (Public Use File)|