2 edition of age pattern of infant and child mortality in Ngayokheme (rural West Africa) found in the catalog.
age pattern of infant and child mortality in Ngayokheme (rural West Africa)
by African Demography Program, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania in [Philadelphia]
Written in English
|Series||Working paper / African Demography Program, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania ;, no. 9, Working paper (University of Pennsylvania. African Demography Program) ;, no. 9.|
|LC Classifications||HB1323.I4 G25 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||82136364|
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Garenne M. Variations in the age pattern of infant and child mortality with special reference to a case study in Ngayokheme (Rural Senegal) [PhD dissertation]. Pennsylvania: Graduate Group in Demography, University of Pennsylvania; p p.
Hill K. Age patterns of child mortality in the developing world. Popul Bull U N. ;(39)–Cited by: 5. Author(s): Garenne,M Title(s): The age pattern of infant and child mortality in Ngayokheme (rural west Africa)/ M. Garenne. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Univ.
of Pennsylvania, Population Studies Center, 1. Author(s): Garenne,M L Title(s): Variations in the age pattern of infant and child mortality with special reference to a case study in Ngayokheme (rural Senegal)/ M.L.
Garenne. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa, University of Pennsylvania, Description: p. Figure compares the infant and child mortality patterns with the historical patterns embodied in The unusual nature of the Senegalese age pattern of child mortality is immediately evident, as is the recent convergence toward the historical norms.
The tendency of 4 q 1 to fall more rapidly than 1 q 0 The National Academies Press. doi. The pattern of changes in infant mortality rates A 33 percent reduction in infant and child mortality rates in developing countries between and would increase population size (particularly the size of the population under age 10).
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The pattern of mortality exhibits an outstanding tropical pattern, with extremely high child mortality. The major discrepancy between this and other patterns is. The age pattern of infant and child mortality in Ngayokheme (rural West Africa), Michel Garenne.
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