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Dr. Uttam Khanal*


The fertility behavior of lower caste people of Dalit community in Nepal has highly relation and low socio-economic status. It has focused on fertility aspect of women and their household economic condition and using analytical research approach. Out of the total survey population, 51.20 % were male and 48.80 % were female. Among these 85% female were eligible respondents of reproductive aged 15 to 49 years. Similarly, 57.64 percent respondent's women were currently using family planning methods. Among users 27.06 % were the users of female sterilization, followed by Depo 12.94 %, male sterilization 9.41 percent, Pills 7.06 % and IUD 1.18 % and Out of total respondents, 62.3 % women are engaged in daily wage. This was followed by household work 32.91, agriculture as well as business 2.41 percent. The mean of entire women of the study was found 2.74. Child bearing is highly concentrated in the age group 40 to 44. The literate women have low fertility level than the illiterate women. There is negative relationship between fertility and age at marriage. The mean number of child early birth is 3.10 for the women who married between ages 10 to 14. The mean was found lowest 2.62 where age at marriage was age group of 15 to 19 years. The mean child ever born was the highest 3 among those who involved in agriculture followed by daily wage of 2.96. The lowest mean child ever born was found among those who involved in household work.

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