Infant and child mortality in Nepal : socio-economic, demographic and cultural factors
This study examined the differentials in infant and child mortality in Nepal according to socio-economic, demographic, cultural and health-related determinants. It also explored factors that account for the higher infant and child mortality levels in certain parts of the country as well as the role of the change in the value of explanatory variables versus the change in the structural relationship between variables in explaining the decline in infant and child mortality from the 1960s to...[Show more]
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