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Research by MFPWA

976 - 1977 :

"Attitudes To Legalisation of Prostitution in Mauritius"

1980 :

Joint UNESCO/ MFPA study on "Attitudes To Human
Rights And To Women Rights In Particular And Its
Relation To Family Planning Practice"

1979 - 1980 :

Youth Needs Assessment Study and production of booklet
entitled "Would You Like To Know More About This"

1982 :

  • "Attitudes towards Family Life Education among Youth in Mauritius"
  • "Impact of Mass Communication on FP Programmes in Mauritius"

1990 :

"Use of Service Providers as Communicators of FP in
Mauritius", UNFPA sponsored

1990 :

"Sexual Behaviour Among Youths in Mauritius"

1991 - 1993 :

  • The Use of Induced Abortion in Mauritius: Alternative To Fertility Regulation Or Emergency Procedure?", WHO sponsored
  • "Young Women, Work & AIDS Risk in EPZ Sector in Mauritius", International Centre for Research on Women (ICRW) sponsored. Collaborative research with Institute for Community Research and Center for International Community Health Studies (CICHS), Connecticut, USA

1994 :

“A Model for Quality of Care & Services - A Case Study in
Mauritius”, International Council on Management of
Population Programs (ICOMP) sponsored

1998 :

Policy Paper on “The Situation of Old People in the
Republic of Mauritius”

1999 :

Study on “Infertility in the Republic of Mauritius”

2001 :

“KAPB Study on Menopause”


Review of Family Life Education in Primary Schools for CPE Students, funded by Mauritius Research Council

2004 :

An Assessment of the Status of sexual and reproductive health, rights
and programming in Mauritius”, Tamara Braam, Sonke Consulting & Sangeet Jooseery, sponsored by the Ministry of Women’s Rights, Child Development & Family Welfare

2005 :

KABB Study on AIDS, in collaboration with Mauritius Institute of
Health, commissioned by Ministry of Health & Quality of Life


A survey among youth aged 14-25 years on “Youth Sexuality”
in Mauritius and in Rodrigues.



1997 :

“Women & Unsafe Abortion in Mauritius”
“The Situation of the Girl Child (10-14 years) in the Republic of

1999 :

“Gender in the Republic of Mauritius”