With regard to contraceptive method mix, oral pill and injectables were more preferred methods in the ethnic tribal women, while the use rate of condom among them was about half in comparison with national level. The CPR was Ten different tribal communities constituted about 55 percent of its total population. Adjusted for women's education, residence, electricity connection in the HHs and TV ownership. Taking into consideration the probability of using contraception in an earlier report 29 and a confidence level of 95 percent corresponding to z value of 1. The most single determinant of contraception practice was visitations by FPW. Among others, the splendid possible reasons of overall higher practices of contraception in the indigenous women may be their stronger motivation toward smaller family size and higher autonomy they enjoy in their society than their mainstream Bengali sisters do.
Simple cross tabulation, chi-square tests and logistic regression analyses were performed to analyzing data.
Step by step three Upazillas sub districtsten Unions and thirty villages were randomly selected. Among modern method users, about two-fifths collected free of cost non-clinical methods from government facilitated sources, which may be a constraint in the success of family planning programme in the study area, unless supplies of modern methods are continued among those disadvantaged women from government sources and free of cost. Simple cross tabulation, chi-square tests and logistic regression analyses were performed to analyzing data. Effects of sex preference on contraceptive use, abortion and fertility in Matlab, Bangladesh. Following these, we conducted multivariate logistic regression analyses to examine whether there was any preference for son or daughter among the study tribes after controlling for women's education, residence, electricity connection in the household and ownership of TV. Role of government family planning workers and health centres as determinants of contraceptive use in Bangladesh.