Determinants of childhood morbidity in Bangladesh: evidence from the Demographic and Health Survey 2011
ABSTRACT Objectives: The present study aims to estimate the incidence of preventable infectious diseases or associated symptoms among young children in Bangladesh and also determine the factors affecting these conditions. The study hypothesised that various background characteristics of children as well as their parents influence the incidence of morbidity of children aged below 5 years. Setting: The study used data from the most recent nationally representative cross-sectional...[Show more]
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