Publications

Journal Article Search

Search Title, Abstract or Author:
Topics:
Adult Health Issues
Anemia
Anthropometry/Biomarkers
Cancer
Climate and environment
Domestic Violence
Education
Family Planning
Female Genital Cutting
Fertility and Fertility Preferences
Gender
Geographic Information
Health facilities/SPA surveys
HIV/AIDS
Household and Respondent Characteristics
Infant and Child Mortality
Malaria
Maternal Health
Maternal Mortality
Non-communicable diseases
Nutrition
Survey Methodology, Data Quality, Analysis
Wealth/Socioeconomics
Youth
Country:
Published from:
Journal: enter word(s) to find journals
 Filter By:
 Sort By:
Results (26 - 50) of 341 Page(s): Previous  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >>  Next
Education and nutritional status of orphans and children of HIV-infected parents in Kenya
Author(s): Mishra, V.; Arnold, F.; Otieno, F.; Cross, A.; Hong, R.
Journal: AIDS Education and Prevention (AUG 2005) , 2005 No. 24
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Education , HIV/AIDS , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Nutrition
Country(s): Kenya
Web: http://www.measuredhs.com/pubs/pdf/WP24/WP24%2Epdf
RURAL–URBAN MIGRATION AND CHILD SURVIVAL IN URBAN BANGLADESH: ARE THE URBAN MIGRANTS AND POOR DISADVANTAGED?
Author(s): M. MAZHARUL ISLAM and KAZI MD ABUL KALAM AZAD
Journal: Journal of Biosocial Science (JAN 2008) , (2008), 40:83-96
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Infant and Child Mortality , Wealth/Socioeconomics
Country(s): Bangladesh
Health infrastructure & immunization coverage in rural India
Author(s): Ashlesha Datar, Arnab Mukherji* & Neeraj Sood
Journal: Indian Journal of Medical Research (JAN 2007) , Vol. 125, January 2007, pp 31-42
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Other
Country(s): India
Web: http://www.icmr.nic.in/ijmr/2007/january/0105.pdf
Role of Religion in Fertility Decline
Author(s): P N Mari Bhat , A J Francis Zavier
Journal: Economic and Political Weekly (JAN 2005) , VOL 40 No. 05 January 29 - February 04, 2005, pp. 385-402
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): India
Population Growth, Fertility, and Religion in India
Author(s): P M Kulkarni , Manoj Alagrajan
Journal: Economic and Political Weekly (JAN 2005) , VOL 40 No. 05 January 29 - February 04, 2005, pp. 455-458
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): India
DENOMINATIONAL AFFILIATION AND FERTILITY BEHAVIOUR IN AN AFRICAN CONTEXT: AN EXAMINATION OF COUPLE DATA FROM GHANA.
Author(s): Gyimah SO, Takyi B, Tenkorang EY
Journal: Journal of Biosocial Science (APR 2008) , 2008 Jan 11.:1-14.
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): Ghana
Characteristics of women in consanguineous marriages in Egypt, 1988 -- 2000
Author(s): Weinreb AA
Journal: European Journal of Population (JUN 2008) , 2008 Jun;24(2):185-210
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Gender , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Maternal Health
Country(s): Egypt
Gender disparities in living arrangements of older people in Ghana: Evidence from the 2003 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey.
Author(s): Mba CJ
Journal: Journal of International Women's Studies (NOV 2007) , 2007 Nov;9(1):153-166
Topic(s): Adult Health Issues , Gender , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Wealth/Socioeconomics
Country(s): Ghana
Inequities in Under-Five Mortality in Nigeria: Differentials by Religious Affiliation of the Mother
Author(s): Diddy Antai1 , Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, Sara Wedrén, Gloria Macassa4 and Tahereh Moradi
Journal: Journal of Religion and Health (JUL 2008) , July 31, 2008
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Infant and Child Mortality , Wealth/Socioeconomics
Country(s): Nigeria
Domestic violence, contraceptive use, and unwanted pregnancy in rural India
Author(s): Stephenson R | Koenig MA | Acharya R | Roy TK
Journal: Studies in Family Planning (SEP 2008) , 39(3):177-186.
Topic(s): Domestic Violence , Family Planning , Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): India
Web: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1728-4465.2008.165.x
Discrepancies between UN models and DHS survey estimates of maternal orphan prevalence: insights from analyses of survey data from Zimbabwe
Author(s): L Robertson1, S Gregson, C Madanhire, N Walker, P Mushati, G Garnett, C Nyamukapa2
Journal: Sexually Transmitted Infections (AUG 2008) , 2008 Aug; 84
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Survey Methodology, Data Quality, Analysis
Country(s): Zimbabwe
Web: http://sti.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/84/Suppl_1/i57
Influence of cooking and heating fuel use on 1-59 month old mortality in South Africa
Author(s): Wichmann J, and Voyi KV.
Journal: Maternal and Child Health Journal (NOV 2006) , 10(6):553-561.
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Infant and Child Mortality
Country(s): South Africa
Predictors of chronic bronchitis in South African adults
Author(s): Ehrlich, RI; White, N; Norman, R, et al.
Journal: International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Desease (DEC 2004) , Volume: 8 Issue: 3 Pages: 369-376
Topic(s): Adult Health Issues , Child Health and Development , Climate and environment , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): South Africa
Impact of an integrated nutrition and health programme on neonatal mortality in rural northern India
Author(s): Abdullah H Baqui et al.
Journal: Bulletin of the World Health Organization (OCT 2008) , Volume 86, Number 10, October 2008, 737-816
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Infant and Child Mortality , Nutrition
Country(s): India
Web: http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/86/10/07-042226/en/index
Consistency and Predictive Ability of Fertility Preference Indicators: Longitudinal Evidence from Rural India
Author(s): Tarun K. Roy, R.K. Sinha, Michael Koenig, Sanjay K. Mohanty and Sangram K. Patel
Journal: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (formerly: International Family Planning Perspectives) (SEP 2008) , Volume 34, Number 3, September 2008
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): India
Web: http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/journals/3413808.html
The Effect of Antenatal Care on Professional Assistance at Delivery in Rural India
Author(s): Vinod Mishra and Robert D. Retherford
Journal: Population Research and Policy Review (JUN 2008) , Volume 27, Number 3 / June, 2008
Topic(s): Household and Respondent Characteristics , Maternal Health , Other , Wealth/Socioeconomics
Country(s): India
Religious Differentials in Fertility in India: Is There a Convergence?
Author(s): Manoj Alagarajan , P M Kulkarni
Journal: Economic and Political Weekly (DEC 2008) , VOL 43 No. 48 November 29 - December 05, 2008
Topic(s): Family Planning , Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): India
DOES TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD AFFECT MATERNAL HEALTH? EVIDENCE FROM INDIA
Author(s): NANDITA SAIKIA and ABHISHEK SINGH
Journal: Journal of Biosocial Science (NOV 2008) , 2008 Nov 27:1-25.
Topic(s): Education , Family Planning , Gender , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Maternal Health , Nutrition
Country(s): India
Chronic Energy Deficiency Among Indian Women by Residential Status
Author(s): Premananda Bharati; Susmita Bharati; Manoranjan Pal; Suman Chakraborty; Ranjan Gupta
Journal: Ecology of Food and Nutrition (MAR 2008) , Volume 47, Issue 2 March 2008 , pages 170 - 187
Topic(s): Adult Health Issues , Anthropometry/Biomarkers , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Nutrition , Wealth/Socioeconomics
Country(s): India
Effects of Household- and District-Level Factors on Primary School Enrollment in 30 Developing Countries
Author(s): Janine Huisman and Jeroen Smits
Journal: World Development (JUL 2008) , Volume 37, Issue 1, January 2009, Pages 179-193
Topic(s): Education , Gender , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): Multiple Regions
The relationship of family size and composition to fertility desires, contraceptive adoption and method choice in South Asia.
Author(s): Jayaraman, Anuja, Vinod Mishra, and Fred Arnold
Journal: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (formerly: International Family Planning Perspectives) (MAR 2009) , 2009. 35(1): 29-38.
Topic(s): Family Planning , Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): India, Bangladesh, Nepal
Web: http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/journals/3502909.html
Determinants Of Knowledge And Awareness About AIDS: Urban -Rural Differentials In Bangladesh
Author(s): Md. Mosiur Rahman, Ahmad Zohirul Islam, Md. Rafiqul Islam
Journal: The Internet Journal of Health (MAR 2009) , 2009 Volume 9 Number 2
Topic(s): HIV/AIDS , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): Bangladesh
Female Age at Marriage of Rural-Urban Differentials in Bangladesh.
Author(s): Md. Mahfuzar Rahman; Md. Nurul Islam; Md. Golam Hossain
Journal: The Internet Journal of Biological Anthropology (NOV 2009) , 2009 : Volume 3 Number 2
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Gender , Household and Respondent Characteristics
Country(s): Bangladesh
Decomposing malnutrition inequalities between Scheduled Castes and Tribes and the remaining Indian population.
Author(s): Ellen Van de Poel; Niko Speybroeck
Journal: Ethnicity and Health (JUN 2009) , Volume 14, Issue 3 June 2009 , pages 271 - 287
Topic(s): Household and Respondent Characteristics , Nutrition , Wealth/Socioeconomics
Country(s): India
Household Headship and Nutritional Status of Toddlers: An Examination of Malawian Data
Author(s): Chindime, Clara C. & Ubomba-Jaswa, Susie
Journal: African Population Studies (OCT 2006) , Vol. 21, No. 2, 2006, pp. 45-73
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Nutrition
Country(s): Malawi
Results (26 - 50) of 341 Page(s): Previous  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >>  Next