Currently there are many contraceptive methods used widely by married couples. I want to ask you about a few of those methods.
11. In the past 12 months were you subsidized in using this method?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
This question refers to pay supplements that the respondent or her spouse received
from their firm or social organizations or other organisations due to the use of contraceptive
methods. For example, pay supplements for abortion, IUD insertion, sterilisation. These
supplements may be provided in cash or kind or in any other forms such as paid time off-work
due to their application of contraception methods (salary, social insurance…).. Attention should
be paid that the interviewer asks the husband about these supplements if the husband applies
contraception methods instead of his wife.
Children born alive: is a child born with signs of life (crying, breathing, heart beating,
movement of muscles) even with children who died after that a very short time.
Child born dead: is a child born without any signs of life.
Miscarriage: A pregnant woman, who during the period from the first month to the sixth
month of pregnancy, but the foetus comes out is called miscarriage. If the foetus is over 6 months
old, that is called premature delivery and should be listed in one of the two above cases.