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 and second degree in Covenant University. She finished as the best student in Demography and Social Statistics (Class 2010) in her first degree. She is a lecturer of Demography and Social Statistics at Covenant University. She is currently on her Ph.D. Program. A member of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), member of the... view full profile
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