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BookAssaad, Ragui and Barsoum, Ghada F. (2007)
Youth Exclusion in Egypt: In Search of 'Second Chances'
Washington, D.C.: Wolfensohn Center for Development at the Brookings Institution. Middle East Youth Initiative Working Paper #2. 43p.

Periodical articleBenefo, Kofi D. (2006)
The Community-Level Effects of Women's Education on Reproductive Behavior in Rural Ghana
Demographic Research. Volume 14 #20. June 2. p. 485-508.

Periodical articleCase, Anne and Ardington, Cally (2006)
The Impact of Parental Death on School Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence From South Africa
Demography. Volume 43 #3. August. p. 401-420.

Book chapterKabore, Idrissa and Pilon, Marc (2006)
Households and Schooling in Burkina Faso: Some Insights From the 1996 Census
In: Van de Walle, Etienne (ed.). African Households: Censuses and Surveys. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Periodical articleOmariba, D.W.R. (2006)
Women's Educational Attainment and Intergenerational Patterns of Fertility Behaviour in Kenya
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 38 #4. July. p. 449-479.

Periodical articleIkamari, L.D. (2005)
The Effect of Education on the Timing of Marriage in Kenya
Demographic Research. Volume 12 #1. February 23. p. 1-28.

Periodical articleEloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. (2004)
Pregnancy-Related Dropouts and Gender Inequality in Education: A Life-Table Approach and Application to Cameroon
Demography. Volume 41 #3. August. p. 509-528.

Periodical articleMagadi, Monica (2004)
See this documentMaternal and Child Health Among the Urban Poor in Nairobi, Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Population Studies. Volume 19 Supplement B. p. 179-198.

Periodical articleMuula, Adamson S. and Nyasult, Y. and Msiska, G. (2004)
Gender Distribution of Students and Staff at the University of Malawi College of Medicine, 1991-2003
South African Medical Journal. Volume 94 #8. p. 636-638.

Periodical articlePopulation Council (2004)
Uganda 2000-2001: Results From the Demographic and Health Survey
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 35 #1. March. p. 70-74.

BookYamano, Takashi and Jayne, T.S. (2004)
Working-Age Adult Mortality and Primary School Attendance in Rural Kenya
Nairobi: Tegemeo Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development. Tegemeo Working Paper #11. June.

BookGyimah, Stephen O-M. (2003)
Women's Educational Attainment and the Timing of Parenthood in Ghana: A Cohort Perspective
London, Ontario, Canada: University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Centre. Discussion Paper 03-04. March. 31p.

Periodical articleBerhane, Yemane and Hogberg, Ulf and Byass, Peter and Wall, Stig (2002)
Gender, Literacy and Survival Among Ethiopian Adults, 1987-96
Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Volume 80 #9. p. 714-720.

Dissertation / thesisMogford, Elizabeth (2002)
The Mortality Implications of Structural Influences in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Cross-National Study of GNP, Foreign Debt, and Female Education From 1970-1997
M.P.H. Thesis: University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. 47p.

Periodical articleMurthi, Mamta (2002)
See this documentFertility Change in Asia and Africa
World Development. Volume 30 #10. October. p. 1769-1778.

BookPalm, Malin (2002)
Education as a Development Strategy: A Case of Women's Education and the Demographic Behaviour in Tanzania
Lund, Sweden: Lund University, Department of Economics. Minor Field Study Series, #2. 51p.

Periodical articleMensch, Barbara S. and Clark, Wesley H. and Lloyd, Cynthia B. and Erulkar, Annabel S. (2001)
Premarital Sex, Schoolgirl Pregnancy, and School Quality in Rural Kenya
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 32 #4. December. p. 285-301.

Periodical articleKravdal, Oystein (2000)
See this documentA Search for Aggregate-Level Effects of Education on Fertility, Using Data From Zimbabwe
Demographic Research. Volume 3 #3. August. 35p.

Periodical articleOroge, S.A. (2000)
The National Policy on Population and its Educational Implications for Women Development
Nigerian Journal of Gender and Development. Volume 1 #1-2. p. 67-74.

BookUganda. Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development and Uganda Bureau of Statistics (2000)
Women and Men in Uganda: Facts and Figures, Sectoral Series: Education
Kampala/Entebbe: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development/Uganda Bureau of Statistics. November. 61p.

BookUnited Nations Statistics Division (2000)
The World's Women 2000: Trends and Statistics
New York: United Nations Statistics Division. Social Statistics and Indicators. Series K; #16. 16. 180p.

Dissertation / thesisEloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. (1997)
Demographic Responses to Economic Crisis in Cameroon: Fertility, Child Schooling and the Quantity/Quality Tradeoff
Ph.D. dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. 202p.

BookFerreira, Monica and Kinsella, Kevin (1997)
Aging Trends: South Africa
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. International Brief 97-2.

Periodical articleKalipeni, Ezekiel and Ebisemiju, F.S. (1997)
See this documentPopulation Pressure, Social Change, Culture and Malawi's Pattern of Fertility Transition
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 40 #2. September. p. 173-208.

BookMeekers, Dominique and Wekwete, Naomi (1997)
The Socioeconomic and Demographic Situation of Adolescent and Young Adults in Zimbabwe
Calverton, Maryland: Macro International, Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS). October. 38p.

Conference paperSultan, Dawood H. (1997)
Maternal Education Advantage Effects on the Likelihood of Morbidity Among Children in Sudan: Results of Multivariate Logistic Regression
Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 13-16, 1997, Columbus, Ohio. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

BookZimbabwe. Central Statistics Office (1997)
Census 1992: In-Depth Analysis Report; Volume One
Harare: Zimbabwe. Central Statistics Office. 172p.

Periodical articleAppleton, Simon (1996)
How Does Female Education Affect Fertility? A Structural Model for the Cote d'Ivoire
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. Volume 58 #1. February. p. 139-166.

Periodical articleFamily Planning Guidance Association of Ethiopia (1996)
Unsafe/Illegal Abortion in Ethiopia
African Journal of Fertility, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 68-71.

BookGoujon, Anne and Wils, Annababette (1996)
The Importance of Education in Future Population. Global Trends and Case Studies on Cape Verde, Sudan, and Tunisia
Laxenburg, Austria: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). IIASA Working Paper #96-138. November. 33p.

Periodical articleIbrahim, Mostafa H.A. (1996)
A Study of the Relationship Between Women's Education and Socio-Economic Status and Demographic Development in Selected Villages of the Assiut Governorate
Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 27 #3.

Periodical articleKane, Penny and Ruzicka, Lado (1996)
Women's Education and the Demographic Transition in Africa
Health Transition Review. Volume 6 Supplement. p. 101-113.

Book chapterKane, Penny and Ruzicka, Lado (1996)
Women's Education and the Demographic Transition in Africa
In: Douglas, Robert M. and Jones, Gavin W. and D'Souza, Rennie M. (eds.). The Shaping of Fertility and Mortality Declines: The Contemporary Demographic Transition. Canberra: Australian National University, NCEPH, Health Transition Centre. 396p.

Periodical articleMauritius Family Planning Association (1996)
The Use of Induced Abortion in Mauritius: Alternative to Fertility Regulation of Emergency Procedure?
African Journal of Fertility, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 72-75.

Periodical articleMosaase, M.L. and Tlebere, P. (1996)
Unsafe Abortion and Post Abortion Family Planning in Africa: The Case of Lesotho
African Journal of Fertility, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 26-28.

BookObonyo, Ben (1996)
The Population Census, 1989: A Popular Report
Nairobi: Central Bureau of Statistics. 55p.

Periodical articleStephens, Torrance T. and Oriuwa, Chibuzo L. (1996)
Child Survival and Baseline Surveys: A Description of Literacy Rates of Women of Child Bearing Age in Abia and Imo States, Nigeria
International Quarterly of Community Health Education. Volume 16 #1. p. 79.

Dissertation / thesisSultan, Dawood H. (1996)
An Examination of the Effects of the Mother's Education and Household Exposure to Disease on Childhood Diarrheal Morbidity in Sudan
Ph.D. dissertation: Louisiana State University and A. and M. College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 160p.

BookUganda. Population Secretariat (1996)
Situation Analysis and National Population Plan of Action
Kampala: Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Population Secretariat. Six Volumes. January.

BookUnited Nations. Population Division (1996)
Population and Women: Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Population and Women, Gaborone, Botswana, 22-26 June, 1992
New York: United Nations. 435p.

Periodical articleAdetunji, Jacob A. (1995)
See this documentInfant Mortality and Mother's Education in Ondo State, Nigeria
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 40 #2. p. 253-263.

BookAinsworth, Martha and Beegle, Kathleen G. and Nyamete, Andrew (1995)
The Impact of Female Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #110. 69p.

BookEthiopia. Central Statistical Authority (1995)
The 1994 Population and Housing Census of Ethiopia. Results for Harari Region. Volume 1: Statistical Report
Addis Ababa: Ethiopia. Central Statistical Authority. September. 129p.

Conference paperHogue, Nazrul and Murdock, Steve H. (1995)
A Comparative Analysis of the Determinants of Contraceptive Practice in Africa: Evidence From Demographic and Health Survey Data
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 6-8, 1995, San Francisco, California. Washington, DC.

Periodical articleLesthaeghe, R. and Jolly, C. (1995)
The Start of the Sub-Saharan Fertility Transition: Some Answers and Many Questions
Journal of International Development. Volume 7 #1. January-February. p. 25-45.

BookPitt, Mark M. (1995)
Women's Schooling, the Selectivity of Fertility, and Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #119. August. 51p.

BookScribner, Susan (1995)
Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. World Bank Discussion Paper #259. April. 82p.

BookSiddiq, Kamal and El Khair, Somaya and Abu-El-Yamen, Salih and Ismail, Kamal (1995)
Demographic Profile of Sudan: Analysis of the 1993 Census
Mumbai, India: International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS). 24p.

Periodical articleSmith, Johan D. (1995)
Rapid Population Growth: Effects on the Social Infrastructures of Southern Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Insight. Volume 25 #1. p. 61-66.

BookSudan. Department of Statistics (1995)
Fourth Population Census of Sudan, 1993
Khartoum: Sudan. Department of Statistics. April. 408p.

Dissertation / thesisTagoe-Darko, Eva D. (1995)
Maternal Education and Child Health and Survival in Ghana
Ph.D. dissertation: Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. 216p.

Book chapterTatoe, Eva (1995)
Maternal Education and Infant/Child Morbidity in Ghana: The Case of Diarrhoea. Evidence From the Ghana Demographic and Health Survey
In: Makinwa, Paulina A. and Jensen, An-Magritt (eds.). Women's Position and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP). p. 169-200.

BookUganda. Statistics Department (1995)
The 1991 Population and Housing Census: Analytical Report. Volume II: Socio-Economic Characteristics
Entebbe: Uganda. Statistics Department. May. 153p.

Periodical articleAdetunji, Jacob A. (1994)
Infant Mortality in Nigeria: Effects of Place of Birth, Mother's Education and Region of Residence
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 26 #4. p. 469-477.

Periodical articleBenefo, Kofi D. and Tsui, Amy O. and De Graft Johnson, Joseph (1994)
Ethnic Differentials in Child-Spacing Ideals and Practices in Ghana
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 26 #3. July. p. 311-326.

Periodical articleBlanc, Ann K. and Rutstein, Shea O. (1994)
The Demographic Transition in Southern Africa: Yet Another Look at the Evidence From Botswana and Zimbabwe
Demography. Volume 31 #2. p. 209-215.

Periodical articleCourbage, Y. (1994)
Demographic Change in the Arab World: Migration, Education, and Taxes in Egypt and Morocco
MERIP Middle East Report. Volume 24 #5-190. p. 19.

BookEgypt. Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMS) (1994)
Statistical Yearbook, Arab Republic of Egypt: 1952-1993
Cairo: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). June. 353p.

Book chapterGage, A. and Bledsoe, Caroline H. (1994)
The Effect of Education and Social Change in Freetown, Sierra Leone
In: Bledsoe, Caroline H. and Pison, G. (eds.). Nuptiality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Contemporary Anthropological and Demographic Perspective. Oxford: Clarendon Press. p. 148-164.

BookGreen, Cynthia P. (1994)
Sustainable Development: Population and the Environment
Washington, D.C.: Academy for Educational Development. 214p.

BookLesotho. Bureau of Statistics (1994)
Lesotho Statistical Yearbook, 1993
Maseru: Bureau of Statistics. June. 174p.

Periodical articleMunyakho, Dorothy (1994)
Population and Resources: A Delicate Balance
Gender Review. Volume 1 #2. September. p. 5-7.

BookObungu, Walter and Kizito, Paul M. and Bicego, George (1994)
Trends, Age Patterns, and Determinants of Early Childhood Mortality in Kenya
Nairobi: National Council for Population and Development. May. 31p.

Periodical articleSabuni, G.G. and Mbago, M.C.Y. (1994)
The Role of Education on Marital Fertility in Zanzibar
Tanzanian Journal of Population Studies and Development. Volume 1 #2. p. 5-16.

BookSeychelles. Management and Information Systems Division (1994)
Republic of Seychelles, Statistical Abstract, 1993
Victoria: Management and Information Systems Division. 17th Edition. 132p.

BookSouth Africa. Central Statistical Service (1994)
South Africa Statistics, 1994
Pretoria: Central Statistical Service (CSS). 600p.

BookTumbo-Masabo, Zubeida and Liljestrom, Rita (eds.) (1994)
Chelewa, Chelewa: The Dilemma of Teenage Girls
Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. 218p.

BookUganda. Statistics Department (1994)
The 1991 Population and Housing Census-National Summary, Uganda
Entebbe: Uganda. Statistics Department. April. 44p.

BookZambia. Central Statistical Office (1994)
Census of Population, Housing and Agriculture, 1990: Descriptive Tables. Volume 10: Zambia Total
Lusaka: Zambia. Central Statistical Office. 287p.

BookZimbabwe. Central Statistics Office (1994)
Census 1992: Zimbabwe National Report
Harare: Central Statistics Office. 226p.

Conference paperAinsworth, Martha and Koda, G. (1993)
The Impact of Adult Deaths From AIDS and Other Causes on Child Schooling in Northwestern Tanzania
Paper presented at the 9th Annual International Conference on AIDS, June 6-11, 1993, Berlin, Germany. Paper #PO-D14-3811.

BookEgypt. Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) (1993)
Demographic Analysis of 1986 Census Data: Enlarged Sample
Cairo: CAPMAS. Population Studies and Research Centre. Three Volumes.

BookEl-Deeb, Bothaina (1993)
Women, Status, Fertility, and Family Planning in Egypt
Cairo: Cairo Demographic Centre. 59p.

BookGambia. Central Statistics Department (1993)
Statistical Abstract of the Gambia, 1992
Banjul: Central Statistics Department. May. 43p.

BookMadagascar. Banques des Donnees de l'etat (1993)
Madagascar in Figures, 1992
Antananarivo: Banques des Donnees de l'etat. February. 54p.

BookMauritius. Central Statistical Office and Representation, Structure and Agency: Divorce in the Frenchr (1993)
Annual Digest of Statistics, 1992
Port Louis: Central Statistical Office. Volume 37. July. 145p.

BookNamibia. Central Statistics Office (1993)
1991 Population and Housing Census. Report A: Statistical Tables
Windhoek: Namibia. Central Statistics Office. Five Volumes. August. 2000p.

BookSierra Leone. Central Statistics Office (1993)
Report on Demographic and Social Monitoring Survey (1992)
Freetown: Sierra Leone. Central Statistics Office. November. 146p.

Book chapterTagoe, Eva P. (1993)
Maternal Education and Infant/Child Morbidity in Ghana: The Case of Diarrhoea. Evidence From the Ghana Demographic and Health Survey
In: Makinwa, P.K. and Jensen, A.-M. (eds.). Women and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. p. 169-200.

BookUnited Nations. Comm. on the Elimination of Racial Discrim. (1993)
Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 9 of the Convention. Tenth Periodic Reports of States Parties Due in 1991: Addendum: Senegal
New York: United Nations. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD). May 25. 22p.

BookUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) (1993)
Survey of Economic and Social Conditions in Africa, 1990-1991
Addis Ababa: ECA.

Conference paperVan de Walle, Francine and Van de Walle, Etienne (1993)
Women's Status in the Demographic Literature on Sub-Saharan Africa
Paper presented at the IUSSP Seminar on Women and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa Held at Dakar, Senegal, March 3-6, 1993. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.

BookWhite, Caroline (Compiler) and Vincent, Anne and Madumise, Brenda (1993)
Status of South African Women: Sourcebook in Tables and Graphs: The Reasons for Change
Marshalltown, South Africa: African National Congress (ANC) Women's League Policy Division. 62p.

Periodical articleAhonsi, Babatunde A. (1992)
See this documentDevelopmental Implications of Early Mortality Factors in Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 7 #1. p. 67-85.

Conference paperAinsworth, Martha and Nyamete, Andrew (1992)
The Relationship Between Women's Schooling Fertility and Contraceptive Use in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence From Ten Demographic and Health Surveys
Paper presented at the 61st Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 30-May 2, 1992, Denver, Colorado. Washington, DC.

Periodical articleDodoo, F. Nii-Amoo (1992)
See this documentFemale Education Age Parity and Reproduction Cessation in Ghana
Social Biology. Volume 39 #1-2. Spring/Summer. p. 102-108.

Periodical articleEshete, Almaz (1992)
See this documentPopulation and Women in Development: Gender Issues in the Context of Population and Development
African Development Review. Volume 4 #2. December. p. 79-117.

Periodical articleKalule-Sabiti, I. (1992)
See this documentSocio-Economic Factors Affecting Fertility in Kenya
South African Journal of Sociology. Volume 23 #2. p. 46-52.

BookMahgoub, Youssef M. and Hussein, Mounira A. (1992)
Regional Urban-Rural Differentials of the Educational Impact on Fertility in Egypt
Cairo: Cairo Demographic Centre. 31p.

BookMoghadam, Valentine M. (1992)
Development and Patriarchy: The Middle East and North Africa in Economic and Demographic Transition
New York: United Nations. UN University: World Institute for Development Economics (WIDER). WIDER Working Papers Series #99. July. 79p.

BookSierra Leone. Central Statistics Office (1992)
1985 Census of Population and Housing. Volume 2: National Dissemination Seminar Report
Freetown, Sierra Leone: Central Statistics Office. July. 132p.

BookSierra Leone. Central Statistics Office (1992)
Annual Statistical Digest, 1991
Freetown: Central Statistics Office. December. 68p.

BookTanzania. Bureau of Statistics (1992)
1988 Population Census. National Profile. Basic Demographic and Socio-Economic Characteristics
Dar es Salaam: Bureau of Statistics. September. 141p.

BookTanzania. Bureau of Statistics (1992)
1988 Population Census. Tanga Regional Profile
Dar es Salaam: Bureau of Statistics. March. 268p.

Periodical articleUitto, Juha I. (1992)
See this documentFertility Transition and Socio-Economic Change in Western Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Study Monographs. Volume 13 #4. December. p. 185-201.

BookUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) (1992)
African Socio-Economic Indicators 1989
Addis Ababa: ECA. 69p.

Periodical articleVaidyanathan, K. (1992)
See this documentPopulation Trends, Issues and Implications
African Development Review. Volume 4 #2. December. p. 1-32.

BookWestoff, Charles F. (1992)
Age at Marriage, Age at First Birth and Fertility in Africa
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. World Bank Technical Paper Series #169. June. 61p.

BookEgypt. Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) (1991)
Census of Population Housing and Establishments 1986. Second Volume: Final Results. Complete Coverage - Population Characteristics. Total Republic
Cairo: CAPMAS. 370p.

BookEthiopia. Office of the Population and Housing Census Comm. (1991)
Population and Housing Census, 1984. Analytical Report on Urban Areas of Tigray Region
Addis Ababa: Office of the Population and Housing Census Commission. December. 224p.

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