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An Application of Boolean Analysis for the study of transition from traditional to non-traditional family and reproductive behaviors: the case of India
Author(s): Maria Chiara di Cesare
Source: Genus (2008) , Vol. 64, No. 3/4 (July - December 2008), pp. 137-154
Topic(s): Family structure
Country(s): India
An approach to understanding change in contraceptive behaviour in India
Author(s): Laxmi Kant Dwivedi, Faujdar Ram, and R.S. Reshmi
Source: Genus (2007) , Vol. 63, No. 3/4 (July - December 2007), pp. 19-54
Topic(s): Contraception
Country(s): India
An approximation to the level of ideal family size at which sons and daughters are equally preferred
Author(s): Krishnamoorthy, S.
Source: Demography India (2004) , Vol 33, Num 1, Page: 13-19
Topic(s): Family structure , Fertility preferences , Son preference
Country(s): India
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (NOV 2008) , 2008 Nov 28:1-19.
Topic(s): Abortion , Health , Pregnancy outcomes , Reproductive health , Stillbirths
Country(s): India
An empirical investigation of attitudes towards wife beating among men and women in seven sub-Saharan African countries
Author(s): Rani, M., S. Bonu, N. Diop-Sidibé
Source: African Journal of Reproductive Health (2004) , Vol 8, Num 3, Page: 116-136
Topic(s): Domestic violence
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
An Equity Analysis of Performance-Based Financing in Rwanda: Are Services Reaching the Poorest Women?
Author(s): Priedeman Skiles M, Curtis SL, Basinga P, Angeles G.
Source: Health Policy and Planning (DEC 2013) , 28(8):825-37. doi: 10.1093/heapol/czs122. Epub 2012 Dec 6.
Topic(s): GIS , GPS , Health equity , Inequality , Maternal health , Poverty , Reproductive health , Service utilization
Country(s): Rwanda
An examination of the combined effects of maternal characteristics, environment and treatment programs on the prevalence of diarrhea amongst infants and children in Uganda
Author(s): Wakou, B., P.A. Bell
Source: Population Review (2005) , Vol 44, Num 2, Page: 50-62
Topic(s): Child health
Country(s): Uganda
An exploration of attitudes toward female genital cutting in Nigeria
Author(s): Freymeyer, Robert; Johnson, Barbara
Source: Population Research and Policy Review (FEB 2007) , Volume 26, Number 1, February 2007 , pp. 69-83(15); DOI:
Topic(s): Female genital cutting (FGC)
Country(s): Nigeria
An investigation of district spatial variations of childhood diarrhoea and fever morbidity in Malawi
Author(s): Kandala, N.B., M.A. Magadi, N.J. Madise
Source: Social Science and Medicine (MAR 2006) , 62(5):1138-52. Epub 2005 Sep 1.
Topic(s): Child health , Diarrhea , Fever , GIS , GPS , Morbidity , Spatial analysis
Country(s): Malawi
Analysis of childhood morbidity with geoadditive probit and latent variable model: a case study for Egypt
Author(s): Khatab K, Fahrmeir L.
Source: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (JUL 2009) , 81(1):116-28.
Topic(s): Childhood mortality , GIS , GPS
Country(s): Egypt
Analysis of health services use for respiratory illness in Indonesian children: Implications for policy
Author(s): Thind, A.
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (2005) , Vol 37, Num 2, Page: 129-142
Topic(s): Child health
Country(s): Indonesia
Analyzing child mortality in Nigeria with geoadditive discrete time survival methods
Author(s): Adebayo, S.B., L. Fahrmeir
Source: Statistics in Medicine (2005) , Vol 24, Num 5, Page: 709-728
Topic(s): Childhood mortality
Country(s): Nigeria
Analyzing infant mortality with geoadditive categorical regression models: A case study for Nigeria
Author(s): Adebayo, S.B., L. Fahrmeir, S. Klasen
Source: Economics and Human Biology (2004) , Vol 2, Num 2, Page: 229-244
Topic(s): Childhood mortality
Country(s): Nigeria
Anemia among Adolescent and Young Women in Low-and-Middle-Income Countries
Author(s): Suzumi Yasutake, Huan He, Michele R. Decker, Freya L. Sonenstein, Nan M. Astone
Source: International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition (2013) , Volume 2 No. 2, Pages 105-112
Topic(s): Anemia , Iron supplements , Women's health , Youth
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Anemia in low-income countries is unlikely to be addressed by economic development without additional programs.
Author(s): Alderman H, Linnemayr S.
Source: Food and Nutrition Bulletin (SEP 2009) , 30(3):265-9.
Topic(s): Anemia , Economics
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Antenatal and maternal health care utilization: evidence from northeastern states of India
Author(s): Anindita Chakrabarti a; Kausik Chaudhuri bc
Source: Applied Economics (APR 2007) , Volume 39, Issue 6 April 2007 , pages 683 - 695
Topic(s): Antenatal care , Health care utilization , Maternal health
Country(s): India
Antenatal care and AIDS knowledge among married women
Author(s): Rajan, S.I., U. Saambamoorthi, R. Thimothy, W. Wei
Source: Economic and Political Weekly (2004) , vol 39, no 7, Page: 721-727
Topic(s): Antenatal care , HIV/AIDS , Malaria
Country(s): India
Antenatal care: Provision and inequality in rural North India
Author(s): Pallikadavath S., M. Foss, R.W. Stones
Source: Social Science and Medicine (2004) , Vol 59, Num 6, Page: 1147-1158
Topic(s): Antenatal care , Residence
Country(s): India
Antenatal iron/folic acid supplements, but not postnatal care, prevents neonatal deaths in Indonesia: analysis of Indonesia Demographic and Health Surveys 2002/2003–2007 (a retrospective cohort study)
Author(s): Christiana Rialine Titaley, and Michael John Dibley
Source: BMJ Open (OCT 2012) , 2012;2:e001399 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001399
Topic(s): Antenatal care , Iron supplements , Neonatal mortality , Postnatal care
Country(s): Indonesia
Anthropometric Assessment for Adolescent Pregnancy: A Descriptive Study on Married Aadolescents in Bangladesh
Author(s): Haque Md. Nuruzzaman
Source: Journal of Nepal Paediatric Society (SEP 2010) , September-December, 2010/Vol 30/Issue 3
Topic(s): Nutrition , Pregnancy outcomes , Youth
Country(s): Bangladesh
Application of Current-Status Survival Analysis Methodology to Estimation of Age at First Sex: Uganda
Author(s): Leonard K. Atuhaire
Source: African Statistical Journal (MAY 2011) , Volume 12, pages 141-150, May 2011
Topic(s): First intercourse
Country(s): Uganda
Application of ordinal logistic regression analysis in determining risk factors of child malnutrition in Bangladesh.
Author(s): Sumonkanti Das, Rajwanur Rahman
Source: Nutrition Journal (NOV 2011) , 2011, 10:124, Published: 14 November 2011 doi:10.1186/1475-2891-10-124
Topic(s): Child health , Data models , Nutrition
Country(s): Bangladesh
Application of retinol-binding protein enzyme immunoassay to dried blood spots to assess vitamin A deficiency in a population-based survey: The Uganda Demographic and Health Survey 2006.
Author(s): Baingana RK, Kasozi Matovu DK, and Garrett D.
Source: Food and Nutrition Bulletin (DEC 2008) , 2008; 29 (4): 297-305
Topic(s): Vitamin A
Country(s): Uganda
Are Africans Practicing Safer Sex? Evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys for Eight Countries
Author(s): Peter J. Glick and David E. Sahn
Source: Economic Development and Cultural Change (JAN 2008) , 56:397–439, January 2008
Topic(s): Contraception , Sexual behavior
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Are Female Orphans at Risk for Early Marriage, Early Sexual Debut, and Teen Pregnancy? Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
Author(s): Palermo, Tia; Peterman, Amber
Source: Studies in Family Planning (JUN 2009) , Volume 40, Number 2, June 2009 , pp. 101-112(12); DOI:
Topic(s): First intercourse , Gender , Marriage , Orphanhood
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
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