The relationship between household environmental factors and infant mortality rate in North Sumatra
Using the five per cent sample of the 1980 population census in North Sumatra, this study examines the relationship between household environmental factors and Infant Mortality Rate (IMR). The environmental factors are measured by the variables provided in the census data set: source of drinking water; floor area per member of household; and lavatory facility. In order to also observe the impact of socio-economic status of the households, some socio-economic factors are used. The...[Show more]
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