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L’ENTREE EN VIE FECONDE A L’ADOLESCENCE AU BENIN : UNE ANALYSE EXPLORATOIRE

Abstract : Fertile life was classically confused with marital conjugal life. The situation has evolved and pregnancies outside of any conjugal union framework are becoming commonplace. The entry into fertile life thus corresponds today to the age at first pregnancy. This age is decreasing more and more; it occurs in adolescence, that is before 18 years. In Benin, in particular, the intensity of this phenomenon is increasing with new generations. Using data from the last four Demographic and Health Surveys (2012, 2006, 2001 and 1996), we describe here this dynamic of fertile life entry, a preliminary step in the search for its explanatory factors
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Mahouli Mireille-Marie Mintogbe, Mouftaou Amadou Sanni. L’ENTREE EN VIE FECONDE A L’ADOLESCENCE AU BENIN : UNE ANALYSE EXPLORATOIRE. Journal de la recherche scientifique de l'Université de Lomé, Université de Lomé, 2019, 21 (4-3), pp.171-180. ⟨halshs-03749782⟩

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