Review of Women’s Reproductive Health Status and Poverty in Nepal

2004

This study establishes an empirical basis for scaling up interventions to improve the reproductive health of women. The study gives an accurate picture of the reproductive health status and needs of women, particularly poor women, in Nepal; identifies district disparities in women’s reproductive health and their characteristics; determines the household and individual characteristics that affect poor women’s reproductive health; and demonstrates the links between poverty/inequality and women’s reproductive health status. The study includes a comprehensive and thorough review of available policy, plans and program documents.

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