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Effect of migration on infant and child mortality
This study seeks to establish the effect of migration on infant and child mortality in Kenya. The data was drawn from Kenya Demographic and Health Survey, 1993. A total of 3,904 women with 5,727 children who were under-five ...
The socio-economic differentials of infant and child mortality in Kenya
The economic cost of a prematurely terminated life is considerable if looked from the point of nutritional, health and medical resources spent on the child. Despite the rapid population growth in Kenya, its mortality ...
Effect of infant and child mortality on fertility in Kenya
The specific objective of this study was to assess whether behavioural effects on fertility of replacement and insurance following an infant or child death exist in Kenya independent of biological effects. A further ...
Environmental Risk Factors of Childhood Mortality in Kenya: Evidence and Policy Implications
What is the impact of environmental factors on child death? How do these intervening variables operate to bring about exposure and susceptibility to infections and or malnutrition and finally child death? The broad ...