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 Topic: Household headship
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A comparison of female- and male-headed households in Tanzania and poverty implications
Author(s): Katapa, R.S.
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (2006) , Vol 38, Num 3, Page: 327-339
Country(s): Tanzania
Challenging household dynamics: Impact of orphanhood, parental absence, and children's living arrangements on education in South Africa
Author(s): Carolyn Chuong & Don Operario
Source: Global Public Health (FEB 2012) , Volume 7, Issue 1, 2012, pages 42-57. DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2011.574147
Country(s): South Africa
Does living in a female-headed household lower child mortality? The case of rural Nigeria
Author(s): Doctor HV.
Source: Rural and Remote Health (APR 2011) , 11 (online), 2011: 1635.
Country(s): Nigeria
DOES TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD AFFECT MATERNAL HEALTH? EVIDENCE FROM INDIA
Author(s): NANDITA SAIKIA and ABHISHEK SINGH
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (NOV 2008) , 2008 Nov 27:1-25.
Country(s): India
Household headship and child death: Evidence from Nepal
Author(s): Ramesh Adhikari, Chai Podhisita
Source: BMC International Health and Human Rights (JUN 2010) , 2010, 10:13doi:10.1186/1472-698X-10-13
Country(s): Nepal
Web: http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1472-698x-10-13.pdf
Household Headship and Nutritional Status of Toddlers: An Examination of Malawian Data
Author(s): Chindime, Clara C. & Ubomba-Jaswa, Susie
Source: African Population Studies (2006) , Vol. 21, No. 2, 2006, pp. 45-73
Country(s): Malawi
Household structure and living conditions in Nigeria
Author(s): Mberu, B.U.
Source: Journal of Marriage and Family (2007) , Vol 69, Num 2, Page: 513-527
Country(s): Nigeria
Life across marital fringe in India: Does headship matter?
Author(s): Unisa, S., N. Datta
Source: Demography India (2004) , Vol 33, Num 2, Page: 193-204
Country(s): India
 
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