The Effects Of Demographic Factors On Infant And Child Mortality In Mushin
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The Effects Of Demographic Factors On Infant And Child Mortality In Mushin Local Government Area, Lagos State, Nigeria
Reduction in infant and child mortality is a good index in assessing the health status of developing countries including Nigeria. This study is to detect demographic factors that contribute to infant and child mortality. The population of study consists of women of child bearing age. Primary data was collected using the multistage sampling method. Five wards were selected using simple random sampling technique from the survey location.then four Enumeration Areas (EAs) were selected randomly. From each EA, the houses were listed and ten eligible households were picked using systematic sampling method.DownloadViews: 46

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