ANALYSE SOCIODEMOGRAPHIQUE DE LA NON-UTILISATION DES METHODES CONTRACEPTIVES MODERNES CHEZ LES FEMMES EN UNION DU MILIEU RURAL AU BURUNDI

Aloys TOYI, Emmanuel SINGOYE

  • Journal Manager
Keywords: Modern contraceptive methods, women in union, rural environment, explanatory determinants

Abstract

This article focuses on the factors that influence married women living in rural areas not to use modern contraceptive methods, which are nevertheless considered as fundamental tools not only to contain the observation of high fertility but also to improve maternal health and infantile. In this dialectic of "choice - no choice", Boudon's methodological individualism is best suited to serve as a theoretical basis, while the quantitative approach has made it possible to demonstrate the cause and effect link between eleven determinants for the non-use of modern contraceptive methods for married women of rural areas at Burundi. Among the 11 determinants, 8 explain the phenomenon studied at the 5% level while 3 have no significant effect at the set threshold.

Published
2022-06-01
How to Cite
Manager, J. (2022). ANALYSE SOCIODEMOGRAPHIQUE DE LA NON-UTILISATION DES METHODES CONTRACEPTIVES MODERNES CHEZ LES FEMMES EN UNION DU MILIEU RURAL AU BURUNDI. Journal of the University of Burundi, 21(1), 16 - 35. Retrieved from http://revue.ub.edu.bi/index.php/JUB/article/view/224

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