Measuring Fertility From a Census

Publication Date: February 2019
Author: US Census Bureau, UNFPA, USAID

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This paper details core questions about fertility in a census to improve the accuracy and completeness of fertility data. 

This technical note is part of a series on Select Topics in International Censuses, exploring matters of interest to the international statistical community. 

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