Fertility and child mortality in rural Ethiopia : a comparative study of selected regions Gondar and Hararge
This study presents the findings of fertility and child mortality analysis for agricultural households of two regions: the predominantly Amhara Christian region of Gondar, and the predominantly Oromo Moslem region of Hararge, based on the 1981 Rural Demographic Survey. The two regions were selected on the basis of prior study findings, that is, higher fertility and child mortality for Oromo Moslems than Amhara Christians in Arssi region. This study examines whether these differentials...[Show more]
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