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Table 1 Identified indicators from DHS reports

From: Adolescent fertility and family planning in East Asia and the Pacific: a review of DHS reports

Indicators reporting data for women aged 15-19 for all countries Indicators reporting data for women aged 15-19 for at least one country Indicators reporting data for both married and unmarried women aged 15-19 for at least one country Indicators not reporting data for women aged 15-19
Current marital status
Age at first marriage
Age-specific fertility rate
Trends in age-specific fertility rate
Age first birth
Children ever born and living
Birth intervals
Teenage childbearing
Fertility planning
Ever use of contraception
Current use of contraception
Unmet and met need for contraception
Age at first
sex Recent sexual activity
Timing of first birth
Fertility preferences
Number of children at first use of contraception
Quality of use/compliance with contraception
Knowledge of contraceptive methods
Knowledge of source of contraception
Exposure to family planning messages in the media
Exposure to family planning messages through personal contact
Contact of non-users with family planning providers
Discussion with husband/partner about family planning
Husband/partners knowledge of wife's use of family planning
Attitudes towards family planning
Problems accessing care
Current marital status
Children ever born and living
Ever use of contraception
Current use of contraception
Unmet and met need for contraception
Wanted fertility rate
Trends in contraceptive use
Use of social marketing brands
Source of contraception
Cost of contraception
Informed choice about contraception
Problems with current method
Discontinuation rate
Reasons for discontinuation
Intended future use
Reasons for non-use
Preferred method
Knowledge of fertile period