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Demographic and Health Survey 2007, Zambia
Zambia. Central Statistical Office (CSO)
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:
Wilson L, Nicholas.
Fertility responses to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV
Center for Development Economics (2011).
HIV prevention at scale: Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and child mortality in Zambia
Department of Economics Working Papers (2012).
The daughter tax? The sex of offspring and maternal consequences in twenty-eight developing countries
Editorial: Reproductive health and HIV in Zambia
Medical Journal of Zambia 37, no. 4 (2010): 193-194.
Upadhyay, Ushma D, and Deborah Karasek.
Women’s empowerment and ideal family size: An examination of DHS empowerment measures in Sub-Saharan Africa
Women 38, no. 2 (2012): 0-0.
Underwood, Carol, Thankian Kusanthan, Nkenda Sachingongu, Peter Chabwela, Faraz Naqvi, and Joanna Skinner.
Concurrent sexual partnerships in Zambia: A qualitative study
: USAID, 2008.
Spaull, Nicholas, and Stephen Taylor.
Effective enrolment - Creating a composite measure of educational access and educational quality to accurately describe education system performance in sub-Saharan Africa
The Department of Economics and the Bureau for Economic Research at the University of Stellenbosch (2012).
Descriptive study of HIV/AIDS-related stigma experienced by people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in healthcare settings offering family planning and/or HIV services in Kapiri-Mposhi, Zambia
Masters, Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2012.
Sikasote P, Janet.
Effect of voluntary counselling and testing and a negative HIV result on risk behaviour: a qualitative longitudinal study in a Zambian mining community
Masters, University of Edinburgh Scholarships, 2010.
Siameja, Sialupapu Kanyemba.
Measuring the impact of HIV/AIDS on economic development in Zambia
PhD, University of Waikato, 2011.
Robertson, Laura, Simon Gregson, and Geoff P Garnett.
Sexual risk among orphaned adolescents: is country-level HIV prevalence an important factor?
AIDS care 22, no. 8 (2010): 927-938.
Reynolds, Heidi W, Winnie K Luseno, and Ilene S Speizer.
The measurement of condom use in four countries in East and Southern Africa
AIDS and behavior (2012).
Reynolds, Heidi, Winnie Luseno, and Ilene Speizer.
Consistent condom use among men with non-marital partners in four sub-Saharan African countries
AIDS care , no. ahead-of-print (2012).
Rao P, Gargi.
An investigation into poverty among domestic maids in Lusaka, Zambia
MPRA Paper (2009).
Power, Gerry, Samia Khatun, and Klara Debeljak.
Citizen access to information: Capturing the evidence across Zambia, Ghana, and Kenya
The Handbook of Global Media Research (2012).
Early sexual debut and associated factors among in-school adolescents in eight African countries
Acta Paediatrica 99, no. 8 (2010): 1242-1247.
Neukom, Josselyn, Jully Chilambwe, Joseph Mkandawire, Reuben Mbewe, and David Hubacher.
Dedicated providers of long-acting reversible contraception: New approach in Zambia
Contraception 83, no. 5 (2011): 447-452.
The association between domestic violence, HIV status and consent to testing among Zambian women
Masters, Virginia Commonwealth University , 2010.
The relationship between individual and neighbourhood socioeconomic factors and HIV prevalence in a national population based survey conducted in Zambia
Masters, University of Bergen, 2012.
Mulla, Y., J. Munthali, E. Makasa, and K. Kayumba.
Joint replacement in Zambia: a review of Hip & Knee Replacement surgery done at the Zambian-Italian Orthopaedic Hospital
Medical Journal of Zambia 37, no. 3 (2012): 153-159.
Mudenda, Sheila, Stanley Kamocha, Robert Mswia, Martha Conkling, Palvar Sikanyiti, Dara Potter, William Mayaka, and Melissa M Marx.
Feasibility of using a World Health Organization-standard methodology for Sample Vital Registration with Verbal Autopsy (SAVVY) to report leading causes of death in Zambia: results of a pilot in four provinces, 2010
Population health metrics 9, no. 1 (2011): 40-0.
Moyer A, Cheryl.
Facility-based delivery in Ghana: A three-part study of drivers and deterrents
PhD, Health Services, Organization, and Policy, The University of Michigan, 2012.
Crackdown on sex workers in Zambia
African Security Review 21, no. 4 (2012): 51-56.
McGinn, Therese, Judy Austin, Grace Kodindo, and Tim Ensor.
Trends in maternal outcomes and utilisation in Zambia: evidence from secondary sources
Mobilizing access to maternal health services in Zambia (2010).
Malhotra, Nisha, and Jonathon Yang.
Risky behaviour and HIV prevalence among Zambian men
Journal of Biosocial Science 43, no. 2 (2011): 155-0.
Makasa, Mpundu, Knut Fylkesnes, and Iingvild Sandoy.
Risk factors, healthcare-seeking and sexual behaviour among patients with genital ulcers in Zambia
BMC Public Health 12, no. 1 (2012): 407-0.
Lungu, A., and S. Hüsken.
Assessment of access to health services and vulnerabilities of female fish traders in the Kafue Flats, Zambia: analysis report
: The WorldFish Center, 2010.
Lucas, Adrienne M, and Nicholas L Wilson.
Can at scale drug provision improve the health of the targeted in sub-saharan Africa?
NBER Working Paper Series, Working Paper 23403 (2017).
Strengthening community involvement: Partnering with indigenous faith-based organizations to develop sustainable partnerships in Zambia
Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services 9, no. 3 (2010): 281-304.
Kyei, Nicholas, Collins Chansa, and Sabine Gabrysch.
Quality of antenatal care in Zambia: a national assessment
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 12, no. 1 (2012): 151-0.
Kandala, Ngianga-Bakwin, Paul Brodish, Bates Buckner, Susan Foster, and Nyovani Madise.
Millennium development goal 6 and HIV infection in Zambia: what can we learn from successive household surveys?
AIDS (London, England) 25, no. 1 (2011): 95-0.
Johnson, Kiersten B, Priscilla Akwara, Shea O Rutstein, and Stan Bernstein.
Fertility preferences and the need for contraception among women living with HIV: the basis for a joint action agenda
Official journal of the international AIDS society (2009).
Routledge International Handbook of Crime and Gender Studies
The Gendered Nature of Violance (2012).
Hewett, Paul C, Nicole Haberland, Lou Apicella, and Barbara S Mensch.
The (mis) reporting of male circumcision status among men and women in Zambia and Swaziland: A randomized evaluation of interview methods
PloS one 7, no. 5 (2012): 0-0.
Harris, Jody, and Scott Drimie.
Toward an integrated approach for addressing malnutrition in Zambia
: International Food Policy Research Institute, 2012.
Understanding child poverty: The application of qualitative research methods to policy analysis
: Lusaka: UNICEF Zambia, 2008.
Hadley, Mary B, and Mary Tuba.
Local problems; local solutions: an innovative approach to investigating and addressing causes of maternal deaths in Zambia's Copperbelt
Reproductive Health 8, no. 1 (2011): 17-0.
Does HIV increase the risk of spousal violence in sub-Saharan Africa?
Northeast Universities Development Consortium Conference.
Hanover, U.S.A., 2012.
Chileshe S, Patrick.
The implementation of HIV/AIDS workplace programme in the Ministry of Education in Zambia
Masters, Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch, 2010.
Campbell, Jim, and Margaret Caffrey.
Zambia: Taking forward action on Human Resources for Health with DFID/OGAC and other partners
: Capacity Project, ICS Integrare, 2009.
Burgert, Clara R, Sarah E Bradley, Erin Eckert, and Fres Arnold.
ImprovIng EstImates of InsectIcIde- Treated MosquIto Net Coverage from Household Surveys: Using GeographIc Coordinates to Account for EndemIcIty and SeasonalIty
DHS Analytical Studies. 32 (2012).
Brugha, Ruairí, John Kadzandira, Joseph Simbaya, Patrick Dicker, Victor Mwapasa, and Aisling Walsh.
Health workforce responses to global health initiatives funding: a comparison of Malawi and Zambia
Hum Resour Health 8, no. 1 (2010): 19-19.
Bawah, Ayaga A, and Tukufu Zuberi.
Estimating childhood mortality from census data in Africa: The case of Zambia
ACAP Working Paper No 11 (1999).
Arpino, Bruno, Elisabetta De Cao, and Franco Peracchi.
Using panel data to partially identify HIV prevalence in the presence of nonresponses
American foreign policy and public health In Zambia: Does he who pays the piper call the tune?
Ali, Disha, Mika Bwembya, Ethan Collins, David Papworth, and Erika Ronnow.
Zambia: Family planning quantitative and qualitative logistics system assessment
: USAID—DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order, 2008.
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