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Título : Reproductive calendar of the Zenú and Embera indigenous peoples of the Eyabida and Chamibida subgroups from Antioquia (Colombia)
Otros títulos : Calendario reproductivo de los pueblos indígenas Zenú y Embera de los subgrupos Eyabida y Chamibida de Antioquia (Colombia)
Autor : Valencia González, Alejandra Milena
Valencia Cortés, Érika María
Arias Valencia, María Mercedes
Múnera Gaviria, Hugo Alberto
metadata.dc.subject.*: Reproductive behavior
Indigenous population
Women
Colombia
Comportamiento reproductivo
Población indígena
Mujeres
Colombia
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia, Facultad de Enfermería
Citación : Valencia González AM, Valencia Cortés EM, Arias Valencia MM, Múnera Gaviria HA. Reproductive calendar of the Zenú and Embera indigenous peoples of the Eyabida and Chamibida subgroups from Antioquia (Colombia). Invest Educ Enferm. 2015;33(3): 395-405
Resumen : Objective. This work sought to compare the reproductive calendar of the Zenú and Embera ethnicities of the Eyabida and Chamibida subgroups in Antioquia, Colombia from 2011 to 2013. Methodology. This was a sociodemographic study of purposive sampling through the reproductive history technique, conducted with 165 indigenous women older than 10 years of age. Results. The reproductive calendar is characterized by an age of menarche between 12 and 13 years for both ethnicities; entry to union with a partner occurs 30 months and more in all groups; the first pregnancy 7.9 months after the entry to union with a partner for the Eyabida, 14.0 months for the Chamibida, and 11.3 months for the Zenú; the first delivery happens at 15 years of age among the Zenú, at 16 and 17 for the Eyabida and Chamibida, respectively. The use of Western contraceptive methods is highlighted in the ethnicities. Conclusion. For the ethnicities studied, early ages of onset of reproductive life are noted, along with the fastness of the divergent pattern conserved since the late 1990s for the Chamibida and the growing use of contraceptive methods to limit the number of children.
ISSN : 01205307
22160280 E
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.17533/udea.iee.v33n3a02
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