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Demographic and Health Survey 1995, Uganda
Uganda. Department of Statistics
Research unit on the Economics of Excisable Products
May 22, 2013
Nov 14, 2016
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Ahmad, Ehtisham, Giorgio Brosio, and Maria González.
Uganda: Managing more effective decentralization
Does Decentralization Enhance Service Delivery and Poverty Reduction? (2009).
Ainsworth, Martha, and Deon Filmer.
Poverty, AIDS and children’s schooling: A targeting dilemma
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper , no. 2885 (2002).
Long-term rural demographic trends
Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations Working Paper (2007).
Berman, Peter, and Laura Rose.
The role of private providers in maternal and child health and family planning services in developing countries
Health Policy and Planning 11, no. 2 (1996): 142-0.
Blanc, Ann, Brent Wolff, Anastasia Gage, Alex Ezeh, Stella Neema, and John Ssekamatte-Ssebuliba.
Negotiating reproductive outcomes in Uganda
: Macro International, 1996.
Blanc, Ann K, and Ann A Way.
Sexual behavior and contraceptive knowledge and use among adolescents in developing countries
Studies in Family Planning (1998).
Uganda AIDS prevention: A, B, C and politics
Journal of adolescent health 34, no. 5 (2004): 428-432.
Brahmbhatt, Heena, and Ronald H Gray.
Child mortality associated with reasons for non-breastfeeding and weaning: is breastfeeding best for HIV-positive mothers?
AIDS 17, no. 6 (2003): 879-885.
Clarke, George R, and Scott J Walsten.
Universal (ly Bad) Service: Providing infrastructure services to rural and poor urban consumers
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 2868 (2002).
The political economy of child mortality decline in Tanzania and Uganda, 1995--2007
Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID) (2012).
Denzer, LaRay, Mary Ebeling, Jonathon Glassman, Karen Hansen, David Schoenbrun, and Carolinbe Bledose.
Discovering normality in health and reproduction body
PAS Working Papers Program of African Studies Northwestern University (2002).
Fever and its treatment among the more and less poor in sub-Saharan Africa
Health policy and planning 20, no. 6 (2005): 337-346.
Gakidou, Emmanuela, Margaret Hogan, and Alan D Lopez.
Adult mortality: Time for a reappraisal
International Journal of Epidemiology 33, no. 4 (2004): 710-717.
HIV, ABC and DHS: age at first sex in Uganda
Sexually transmitted infections 83, no. 2 (2007): 165-168.
The HIV epidemic in four African countries seen through the Demographic and Health Surveys
Journal of African Economies 14, no. 2 (2005): 191-246.
Gray, Ronald, David Serwadda, Godfrey Kigozi, Fred Nalugoda, and Maria Wawer.
Uganda’s HIV prevention success: The role of sexual behavior change and the national response
AIDS and Behavior 10, no. 4 (2006): 347-350.
Green, Edward, Daniel Halperin, Vinand Nantulya, and Janice Hogle.
Uganda's HIV prevention success: the role of sexual behavior change and the national response
AIDS and Behavior 10, no. 4 (2006): 335-346.
Universal primary education and school entry in Uganda
Journal of African Economies 18, no. 2 (2009): 183-211.
Who benefits from universal primary education in Uganda
Unpublished report, Department of Economics, University of Guelph (2006).
Gupta, N., C. Katende, and R. Bessinger.
Associations of mass media exposure with family planning attitudes and practices in Uganda
Studies in Family Planning 34, no. 1 (2003): 19-31.
Hamoudi, Amar, and Nancy Birdsall.
AIDS and the accumulation and utilisation of human capital in Africa
Journal of African Economies 13, no. suppl 1 (2004): i96-0.
Hamoudi, Amar, and Nancy Birdsall.
HIV/AIDS and the accumulation and utilization of human capital in Africa
Center for Global Development Working Paper (2002).
Hulton, Louise, Rachel Cullen, and Symons W Khalokho.
Perceptions of the risks of sexual activity and their consequences among Ugandan adolescents
Studies in Family Planning 31, no. 1 (2000): 35-46.
Jitta, Jessica, and David Kyaddondo.
Situation analysis of newborn health in Uganda
Kampala, Uganda: Ministry of health-- Republic of Uganda, 2008.
Knowledge, attitudes and practices of condom use in a time of highly active antiretroviral therapy in a rural area in Uganda
Masters, University of South Africa, 2010.
Long-term and permanent family planning methods in Uganda
: USAID, 2000.
Katende, Charles, Ruth Bessinger, Neeru Gupta, Rodney Knight, and Cheryl Lettenmaier.
Uganda delivery of improved services for health (DISH) evaluation surveys 1999
Katende, Charles, Neeru Gupta, and Ruth Bessinger.
The impact of a reproductive health project interventions on contraceptive use in Uganda
: USAID, 2002.
Katende, Charles, Rodney Knight, Robert Gardner, Moses Lubale, Cheryl Lettenmaier, Bates Buckner, Cindy Paeratakul, and Catherine Elkins.
Uganda delivery of improved services for health evaluation surveys, 1997
: USAID, 1999.
Katz, Itamar, and Daniel Low-Beer.
Why has HIV stabilized in South Africa, yet not declined further? Age and sexual behavior patterns among youth
Sexually Transmitted Diseases 35, no. 10 (2008): 837-0.
Ketende, Charles, Neeru Gupta, and Ruth Bessinger.
Facility-level reproductive health interventions and contraceptive use in Uganda
International Family Planning Perspectives (2003).
Lloyd, Cynthia B, and Barbara S Mensch.
Marriage and childbirth as factors in school exit: An analysis of DHS data from sub-Saharan Africa
Population Council Policy Research Division , no. 219 (2006).
Low-Beer, Daniel, and Rand L Stoneburner.
Behaviour and communication change in reducing HIV: is Uganda unique?
African journal of AIDS research 2, no. 1 (2003): 9-21.
Lutalo, Thomas, Medi Kidugavu, Maria Wawer, David Serwadda, Laurie Zabin, and Ronald Gray.
Trends and determinants of contraceptive use in Rakai District, Uganda, 1995--98
Studies in Family Planning 31, no. 3 (2000): 217-227.
Mackinnon, John, and Ritva Reinikka.
Lessons from Uganda on strategies to fight poverty
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper , no. 2440 (1999).
Madise, Nyovani, Zoe Matthews, and Alison Whitworth.
A tale of two continents: Infant death clustering in India and sub-Saharan Africa
S 3 RI Applications Working Paper (2003).
Makumbi, Fredrick, and Bernard Guyer.
The second question asked is: How much does the baby weigh? So, what is normal birth weight?
Discovering normality in health and the reproductive body.
Evanston, IL, USA, March 9-10, 2001.
Marston, M, E Slaymaker, I Cremin, N McGrath, S Floyd, M Nyirenda, T Lutalo, A Ndyanabo, Z Mupambireyi, B Zaba, and others.
Trends and patterns in marriage and time spent single and sexually active in Sub Saharan Africa, a comparative analysis of six community based cohort studies.
BMJ Publishing Group (2009).
Marston, M., E. Slaymaker, I. Cremin, S. Floyd, N. McGrath, I. Kasamba, T. Lutalo, M. Nyirenda, A. Ndyanabo, Z. Mupambireyi, and B. Zaba.
Trends in marriage and time spent single in sub-Saharan Africa: a comparative analysis of six population-based cohort studies and nine Demographic and Health Surveys
Sexually Transmitted Infections 85, no. 1 (2009): i64-i71.
Gender policies in Uganda: the thorny road to gender equality
: DEVEOPLMENT POLICY MANAGEMENT FORUM (DPMF), 2009.
Ndyanabangi, Bannet, Walter Kipp, James Odit, Bernard Mwijuka, Robinah Mirembe, and James Ntozi.
Reproductive health behavior among adolescents and young adults in a semi-urban district in Uganda
J Health Popul Dev Countr (2003).
Nyanzi, S., R. Pool, and J. Kinsman.
The negotiation of sexual relationships among school pupils in south-western Uganda
AIDS care 13, no. 1 (2001): 83-98.
Okidi, John, and Gloria Mugambe.
An overview of chronic poverty and development policy in Uganda
Chronic Poverty Research Centre Working Paper , no. 11 (2002).
Okwero, Peter, Ajay Tandon, Susan Sparkes, Julie McLaughlin, and Johannes G Hoogeveen.
Fiscal space for health in Uganda
Washington, DC, USA: World Bank Publications, 2010.
Richey, Lisa Ann.
HIV/AIDS And Reproductive Health
Where Human Rights Begin (2005).
Schoepf G, Brooke.
Uganda: lessons for AIDS control in Africa
Review of African Political Economy 30, no. 98 (2003): 553-572.
Poverty and Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from 25 countries
Population Association of America Meeting, Boston.
Boston, USA, April 1, 2004.
Sheppard, Zoe, Nyovani Madise, and Monique Hennink.
Gender and risk of HIV in Ghana and Uganda
University of Southampton, UK (2004).
Singh, Susheela, Elena Prada, Florence Mirembe, and Charles Kiggundu.
The incidence of induced abortion in Uganda
International Family Planning Perspectives (2005).
Stewart A, Kearsley.
Toward a historical perspective on sexuality in Uganda: The reproductive lifeline technique for grandmothers and their daughters
Africa today 47, no. 3 (2000): 122-148.
Tumwine, J.K., and W. Obala.
Nutrition status of children in Kasese district at the Uganda--Congo border
East African medical journal 79, no. 8 (2006): 427-434.
Ukwuani, Festus A, Chirayath M Suchindran, and Gretchen T Cornwell.
Influences of mother's work, childhood place of residence, and exposure to media on breast-feeding patterns: Experience of Nigeria and Uganda
Biodemography and Social Biology 48, no. 1-2 (2001): 1-20.
Maternal and child death in Nakuru, Kenya: A Case Study
PhD Thesis, Durham University, 2004.
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