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Document Type
Methodological Reports
Language
English
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Boerma, J. Ties, A. Elisabeth Sommerfelt, Jeroen K. Van Ginneken, George T. Bicego, Kate M. Stewart, and Shea O. Rutstein. 1994. An Assessment of the Quality of Health Data in DHS-I Surveys. DHS Methodological Reports No. 2. Calverton, Maryland, USA: Macro International
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Abstract:

This overview briefly deals with the quality of the health data in the DHS I surveys. Sections include an outline of the materials and methods used in assessing the quality of the health data and some of the most important findings for each of the health-related topics. Where applicable, the sections end with a summary of the changes made in the DHS II core questionnaire.