Women's education, child welfare and child survival : a review of the evidence
This paper reviews recent evidence concerning the relative importance of women’s education for child health, especially child survival in the Third World. Important regional patterns are uncovered, and particular attention is paid to discussion of the weaker associations observed in sub-Saharan Africa.
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