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Step by Step Guide to the Estimation of Child Mortality DO NOT SELL THIS TITLE REFER ALL CALLS TO VIRGINIA AQUINO X-3186 SALES FOR THIS TITLE HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

  • Author: UN
  • Publication date: June 1990
  • Page count: 83
  • Language(s) in this book: English
  • Sales number: 89.XIII.9

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This guide familiarizes the demographer and non-demographer with the estimation methods most commonly used in the various population fields and their strengths and limitations. The reader is introduced to the basic concepts encountered in the measurement of mortality, the typical indicators of mortality in childhood, the rationale underlying the method described and the data required for their application. It is especially useful for persons who are engaged in programme activities aimed at reducing levels of infant and child mortality. Also available is a diskette with the software programme 'Q Five' which runs on an IBM-PC compatible microcomputer.(Manual with software 'Q Five' $50.00)