Levels and Trends in Under-five Mortality: An Empirical Evidence from Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (2003-2013)
Abstract Global under-five mortality rate between 1990 and 2012 has dropped from 90 deaths per 1,000 to 48 deaths per 1,000 respectively. Countries in sub-Saharan Africa that has made the most substantial progress were those that have rapidly expanded public health at the basic level and developed nutrition interventions, such as immunization, breastfeeding, vitamin A supplementation, and safe...
Published at Demographic Change and Sustainable Development Conference Proceeding
Published in 2014
6.) Oni, Gbolahan A. and Adetoro, Gbemisola W.
Samuel Gbemisola » Samuel Gbemisola W. had her first, second and third degrees in Demography and Social Statistics from Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Her thesis was titled, “Proximate Determinants: The Pathways of Influence of Underlying Factors on Under-five Mortality in Nigeria”. she is an alumni of the Young Scientists Summer Programme, Laxenburg, Austria. She has collaboration with the UN-Habitat,... view full profile
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