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FPSTOPWHY
Reason stopped using FP

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Description

For women who recently used a method of family planning to delay or avoid pregnancy but are no longer using it, FPSTOPWHY reports the reason why they stopped.

The question associated with this variable was included in the female questionnaire.

Comparability

Apart from slight universe differences, FPSTOPWHY is largely comparable across samples. Most commonly, women who used a method of family planning in the last 12 months but were not using at the time of the interview were asked this question. The Congo Democratic Republic Round 1 survey diverged from this standard convention and included women who had ever used family planning but were not using at the time of the interview.

Comparability with IPUMS-DHS

FPSTOPWHY in IPUMS-PMA is similar to the variable FPLDISREAS5Y in IPUMS-DHS. The IPUMS-PMA variable is based on the single, direct question "Why did you stop using your [MOST RECENT METHOD]?" The IPUMS-DHS variable is constructed from a series of questions and utilizes a calendar. Additionally the IPUMS-DHS variable includes women who used and discontinued use of a family planning method in the 5 years prior to the interview, whereas FPSTOPWHY refers to family planning used within the past 12 months. See the Survey Text and Universe Tab of the IPUMS-DHS variable for more information.

Universe

  • Burkina Faso 2014 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Burkina Faso 2015 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Burkina Faso 2016 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Burkina Faso 2016 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kinshasa) 2013 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who have ever used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kinshasa) 2014 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kinshasa) 2015 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kinshasa) 2015 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kongo Central) 2015 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kinshasa) 2016 Round 5 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Congo Democratic Republic (Kongo Central) 2016 Round 5 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Cote D'Ivoire 2017 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ethiopia 2014 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ethiopia 2014 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ethiopia 2015 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ethiopia 2016 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ethiopia 2017 Round 5 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ghana 2013 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ghana 2014 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ghana 2014 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ghana 2015 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Ghana 2016 Round 5 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • India 2016 (Rajasthan) Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • India 2017 (Rajasthan) Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Indonesia 2015 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Indonesia 2016 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Kenya 2014 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Kenya 2014 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Kenya 2015 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Kenya 2015 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Kenya 2016 Round 5 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Niger 2015 (Niamey) Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Niger 2016 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Niger 2016 (Niamey) Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Niger 2017 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Nigeria 2014 (Kaduna) Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Nigeria 2014 (Lagos) Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Nigeria 2015 (Kaduna) Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Nigeria 2015 (Lagos) Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Nigeria 2016 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Nigeria 2017 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Uganda 2014 Round 1 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Uganda 2015 Round 2 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Uganda 2015 Round 3 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Uganda 2016 Round 4 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.
  • Uganda 2017 Round 5 Female and Household: Women age 15-49 who used a family planning method to delay or avoid pregnancy in the last 12 months, but who are not currently using.

Availability

  • Burkina Faso: 2014-2016
  • Congo (Democratic Republic): 2013-2016
  • Cote d'Ivoire: 2017
  • Ethiopia: 2014-2017
  • Ghana: 2013-2016
  • India: 2016-2017
  • Indonesia: 2015-2016
  • Kenya: 2014-2016
  • Niger: 2015-2017
  • Nigeria: 2014-2017
  • Uganda: 2014-2017