Sex Preference in Rano Local Government: of Kano state, Nigeria

 
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The desire to have security in old age and preservation of family has become a basis upon which the people of Rano expressed a stronger preference for boys, than for girls. Must people would not practice contraception, if they do not achieve their preference, which in a way may become an impediment to the National policy on population for sustainable development.The books has captured how the rural Hausa community expressed their preference for either having a son or a daughter, with preference for boys taking higher lead, then preference for sex mix is expressed after achieving main sex preference. The book recommends inclusion of sex preference in the analysis of Nigerian Demographic Health Surveys, so as to capture actual fertility behaviour.

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a Community Mobilization and Gender Specialist, has worked on Inclusive education and Capacity building of School Based management Committees in Fagge Local Government area of Kano state. And has also contributed two chapters in Issues in Youth Development in Nigeria: A Multi Disciplinary Perspective.

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