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Table 3 Selected reproductive indicators across 11 Pacific Countries

From: How do Pacific Island countries add up on contraception, abortion and reproductive coercion? Guidance from the Guttmacher report on investing in sexual and reproductive health

Country Contraception demand satisfied by modern methods: married women 2020a Contraception demand satisfied by modern methods: unmarried women 2020a CPR modern all women AFR 2015–2020 15–19 yrs %of women subjected to physical &/or sexual IPV in the last 12 monthsh (year of collection) %of women subjected to physical &/or sexual IPV in their lifetimeh (year of collection)
FSM 49.5c 13.9c 26 (2014) 32.8 (2014)
Fiji 65.3a 59.7a 30a 49.4c 23.7 (2010) 64.1 (2010)
Kiribati 44.7a 72.7a 16.2a 51d 43.4 (2018) 61 (2018)
Marshall Islands 57b 43.1b 85e 20 (2014) 50.9 (2012)
Nauru 44.6b 27.5b 81e 22.1 (2013) 48.1 (2013)
Palau 55.4b 34.4b 29e 9.9 (2013) 25.2 (2013)
Samoa 37.8a 40.8a 15.9a 55f 22 (2000) 46.1 (2000)
Solomon Islands 55.5a 52.4a 32a 78c 41.8 (2008) 63.5 (2008)
Tonga 50.7a 60a 17a 30 g 18.9 (2009) 39.6 (2009)
Tuvalu 43.7b 27.1b 44e 25 (2007) 36.8 (2007)
Vanuatu 59.7a 63.1a 40.3a 49.4c 44 (2009) 60 (2009)
  1. 1Demand satisfied by modern = Women of reproductive age (aged 15–49 years) who have their need for family planning satisfied with modern methods Median = MEDIAN ESTIMATE (adjusted) projected. CPmod = Women of reproductive age (15–49 years) who are currently using any modern method of contraception Median = MEDIAN ESTIMATE (adjusted) projected [48]. bDemand for family planning satisfied with modern methods among married or in-union women aged 15 to 49, 2015 Median estimate. Contraceptive prevalence (modern methods) among married or in-union women aged 15 to 49, 2015 Median estimate [49]. cAge-specific fertility rates (births per 1,000 women) 15–19 years 2015–2020 [46]. d[17]. eAge-specific fertility rates (births per 1000 women) 15–19 years [50]. f[14]. g[16]. h[51]
  2. AFR, Adolescent fertility rate; CPR, Contraceptive prevalence rate; IPV, Intimate partner violence