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William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Population and Poverty (PopPov) Research Initiative enhanced research and policy communication in population, reproductive health, and economic development.
In this research brief, we aim to better understand the relationship between use of voluntary family planning, fertility decline, human capital development, and labor productivity. To assess the relationship between family planning, fertility decline, and labor productivity, we applied the Canning-Karra-Wilde (CKW) macrosimulation model in five countries in SSA: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and Zambia.