International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Biology | Congo | Volume 9 Issue 1, January 2020

Fertility of Adolescent Girls in the Manono Territory: Research of Explanatory Factors. Case of the Territory of Manono

Sango Kyungu Fiston [2] | Banza Mwana Bute Martin

Abstract: The need for a better understanding of the factors that determine the reproductive life of women has been one of the major themes of the program of action of the International Conference on Population and Development [1]. Some countries, in particular the Congo, for lack of reliable demographic data and despite their relatively high fertility level have so far been unable to carry out studies to understand procreation in the context that concerns them ; and in particular on target populations such as adolescent girls. In this work the method of descriptive statistical analysis seer was used first to end characterizing the population of adolescents who began e life faecal then we will use a method of explanatory statistical analysis that will allow us estimate the stated hypothesis. Analysis suggest that the early fertility of Congolese adolescent girls is strongly influenced by behavioural factors such as early sexuality, underutilization of contraceptive methods, early union and educational attainment ; and, to a lesser extent, par the environmental factor (religion) and family factor (standard of living swimming). Ultimately, the results of this study highlight the importance, if not urgency, of family life education and adolescent girls' access to appropriate reproductive health services.

Keywords: Fertility, adolescent, explanatory factors

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 1, January 2020,

Pages: 1792 - 1800

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