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Periodical articleMbugua, Njeri (2007)
See this documentFactors Inhibiting Educated Mothers in Kenya From Giving Meaningful Sex-Education to Their Daughters
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 64 #5. March. p. 1079-1089.

BookYoung, J. (2007)
From the Ground Up: Education and Livelihoods in Southern Sudan
New York: Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children. January. 21p.

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.

Periodical articleIgumbor, O.J. and Pengpid, S. and Obi, C.L. (2006)
See this documentEffect of Exposure to Clinic-Based Health Education Interventions on Behavioural Intention to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Infection
Sahara: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance. Volume 3 #1. May. p. 394-402.

Periodical articleMarinda, Pamela A. (2006)
Child-Mother Nutrition and Health Status in Rural Kenya: The Role of Intra-Household Resource Allocation and Education
International Journal of Consumer Studies. Volume 30 #4. July. p. 327-336.

Book chapterMcBride, Rob (2006)
Fenced Into Cycles of Deprivation: Orphans, Their Female Carers and Education in Malawi
In: Yeakey, Carol C. and Richardson, Jeanita W. and Brooks-Buck, Judith (eds.). 'Suffer the Little Children': National and International Dimensions of Child Poverty and Public Policy. Amsterdam/Boston: Elsevier JAI.

Periodical articleMinnie, C.S. and Greeff, M. (2006)
The Choice of Baby Feeding Mode Within the Reality of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Health Education Implications
Curationis. Volume 29 #4. November. p. 19-27.

Periodical articleYamano, Takashi and Shimamura, Yasuharu and Sserunkuuma, Dick (2006)
See this documentLiving Arrangements and Schooling of Orphaned Children and Adolescents in Uganda
Economic Development and Cultural Change. Volume 54 #4. July. p. 833-856.

Periodical articleAlutu, A.N.G. and Orubu, A.O. (2005)
Barriers to successful exclusive breast-feeding practices among rural and urban nursing mothers in Edo State of Nigeria: implications for education and counselling
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 21 #2. p. 27-36.

Conference paperAppiah, Estelle M. (2005)
New and Emerging Legislation Affecting Women and Children in Ghana
Paper presented at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, June 23, 2005. 54p.

Periodical articleChant, S. and Jones, G.A. (2005)
Youth, Gender and Livelihoods in West Africa: Perspectives From Ghana and The Gambia
Children's Geographies. Volume 3 #2. p. 185-200.

Periodical articleDe Vogli, Roberto and Birbeck, Gretchen L. (2005)
Potential Impact of Adjustment Policies on Vulnerability of Women and Children to HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa
Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition. Volume 23 #2. June. p. 105-120.

BookHeninger, L. and McKenna, M. (2005)
'Don't Forget Us': The Education and Gender-Based Violence Protection Needs of Adolescent Girls From Darfur in Chad
New York: Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children. July. 42p.

BookMugawe, David and Powell, Antoinette (2005)
See this documentBorn to High Risk: Violence Against Girls in Africa
Addis Ababa: African Child Abuse Forum. 68p.

Periodical articleNyamukapa, Constance and Gregson, Simon (2005)
See this documentExtended Family's and Women's Roles in Safeguarding Orphans Education in AIDS-Afflicted Rural Zimbabwe
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 60 #10. May. p. 2155-2167.

Periodical articleBadri, Amna E. and Burchinal, Lee G. (2004)
Ahfad Journal: Women and Change: The First Twenty Years
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #2. December. p. 4-15.

Periodical articleCarroll, Jennifer I. (2004)
Birth and A Vision: Lamaze Childbirth Education in Kenya, East Africa
Journal of Perinatal Education. Volume 13 #3. Summer. p. 27-30.

Periodical articleGabriel, A.O.I. (2004)
See this document1995 Beijing Platform for Action on the Education of the Girl-Child: Towards a Sustainable Development of Nigerian Women
Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. Volume 6 #2. Fall.

Periodical articleJean-Robert, Rwenge M. (2004)
Gender and Sexuality of Youths in Bafoussam and Mbalmayo, Cameroon
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 8 #2. August. p. 145-163.

Periodical articleLokshin, Michael M. and Glinskaya, Elena and Garcia, Marito (2004)
See this documentThe Effect of Early Childhood Development Programmes on Women's Labour Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 240-276.

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.

Dissertation / thesisPackman, Pamela J. (2004)
The Effect of Female Education on Childhood Malnutrition in Africa: A Study of the Educational Systems in Mali and Congo
M.A. Thesis: University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. 51p.

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.

Dissertation / thesisZhao, Feng (2004)
Maternal Education, Community Factors and Fertility in Relation to Child Health in Developing Countries
Ph.D. dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. 141p.

Periodical articleBhargava, A. and Fox-Kean, M. (2003)
See this documentThe Effects of Maternal Education Versus Cognitive Test Scores on Child Nutrition in Kenya
Economics and Human Biology. Volume 1 #3. December. p. 309-319.

Periodical articleBooth, Margaret Z. (2003)
The Impact of Parental Availability on Swazi Students' School Achievement: A Nine Year Longitudinal Study
International Journal of Educational Development. Volume 23 #3. May. p. 257-274.

Periodical articleCoutsoudis, A. and Pillay, K. and Spooner, E. and Coovadia, Hoosen M. and Pembrey, L. and Newell, Marie-Louise (2003)
Morbidity in Children Born to Women Infected With Human Immunodeficiency Virus in South Africa: Does Mode of Feeding Matter?
Acta Paediatrica. Volume 92 #8. August. p. 890-895.

BookInternational Food Policy Research Institute (2003)
See this documentWomen and Children Getting by in Urban Accra
Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). 4p.

Periodical articleMturi, Akim J. (2003)
Gender Gap in School Enrollment Among Youth in Lesotho
Development Southern Africa. Volume 20 #4. October. p. 491-503.

BookNigeria. National Population Commission (2003)
Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey, 2003: Preliminary Report
Abuja, Nigeria: Nigeria. National Population Commission. October. 27p.

Periodical articleOsei-Hwedie, Kwaku and Namutosi, Rachel (2003)
Sexuality and Precautionary Behaviour among Secondary School Youth in Botswana
Journal of Cultural Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 292-319.

Periodical articleCampbell, Catherine M. and MacPhail, Catherine (2002)
See this documentPeer Education, Gender and the Development of Critical Consciousness: Participatory HIV Prevention by South African Youth
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 55 #2. p. 331-345.

Conference paperKatahoire, Anne R. (2002)
Education for Life: Mothers' Schooling and Children's Survival in Eastern Uganda
Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 5-8, 2002, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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.

Dissertation / thesisDzoro, Morris M. (2001)
Participation of Rural Women in Women Group Activities and its Contribution to the Education of Their Children: A Case Study of the Kaloleni Mijikenda Women at the Coast of Kenya
M.A. Thesis: University of Leeds, Leeds, Great Britain. 77p.

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.

Book chapterMkamanga, E. (2001)
Women and the Literacy Equation - Where do we go From Here? An Anglophone Perspective
In: Indaba 2001: Changing Lives, Promoting a Reading Culture in Africa. Causeway, Harare: Zimbabwe International Book Fair Trust. p. 165-171.

Periodical articleAllen, Denise R. (2000)
See this documentLearning the Facts of Life: Past and Present Experiences in a Rural Tanzanian Community
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 47 #3-4. Fall. p. 1-27.

Conference paperChukwu, J.O. (2000)
Impact of Mother's Care on the Child's Primary Schooling
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookLokshin, Michael and Glinskaya, Elena E. and Garcia, Marito (2000)
The Effect of Early Childhood Development Programs on Women's Labor Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Development Research Group, Poverty and Human Resources. Policy Research Working Paper #2376. June. 35p.

Conference paperMustafa, A. Kakengi (2000)
Empowerment Training to Positive Women in Tanzania. Promote the Quality of Life of Women Affected
Paper presented at the 13th Annual International Conference on AIDS, July 9-14, 2000, Durban, South Africa.

Conference paperNengel, Sarah J. (2000)
The Role of Women in Promoting a Reading Culture in Our Children and Youth
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookSwadener, Beth B. and Kabiru, Margaret and Njenga, Anne (2000)
Does the Village Still Raise the Child? A Collaborative Study of Changing Child-Rearing and Early Education in Kenya
Albany, New York: State University of New York (SUNY) Press. 322p.

Periodical articleLangeni, T.T. (1999)
See this documentChild Out-Fostering and Other Factors Influencing Reproductive Behaviour in Botswana's Changing Society
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 31. p. 135-142.

Periodical articleMoletsane, Lebo and Manuh, Takyiwaa (1999)
See this documentGhana: Girls Don't Quit School by Choice (Interview With Takyiwaa Manuh)
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #41. p. 86-91.

Periodical articleNjuki, E.P. (1999)
Verbal and Non-Verbal Interaction Between Mothers and Their Children With Learning Difficulties
African Journal of Special Needs Education. Volume 4 #2. September. p. 13-26.

Periodical articleTimotewos, G. and Woldemariam, G. and Jemal, H. and Tsegaye, Demissie (1999)
The Association of Children's Nutritional Status to Maternal Education in Zigbaboto, Guragie Zone, Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Health Development. Volume 13 #1. April. p. 55-61.

Book chapterDidel, Mary S. (1998)
The Education of the Girl Child
In: Orewere, Ben 'Nata and Mamven, Larai J. (eds.). Plateau State Woman: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A National Seminar. Lagos, Nigeria: National Council of Women Societies and the African Council for Communication Education.

Book chapterGang, Kachollom P. (1998)
The Family and Its Responsibilities
In: Orewere, Ben 'Nata and Mamven, Larai J. (eds.). Plateau State Woman: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A National Seminar. Lagos, Nigeria: National Council of Women Societies and the African Council for Communication Education.

Conference paperLuboobo, George W. (1998)
Peer Education Programme Among the Youth and Women in Kinoni Community
Paper presented at the 12th Annual International Conference on AIDS, June 28-July 3, 1998, Geneva, Switzerland.

Book chapterNnonyelu, Chinyelu (1998)
Extension for Women and Youths
In: Olowu, Terry A. )ed.). Towards the Survival of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria: Proceed. of the Third Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Ilorin, Nigeria: Agricultural Extension Soc. of Nigeria.

Book chapterOgbimi, G.E. (1998)
Women in Agriculture: The Need to Include Child Care Extension Services
In: Olowu, Terry A. (ed.). Towards the Survival of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria: Proceedings of the Third Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, 4-6 March 1997. Ilorin: Agricultural Extension Society o.

Book chapterRugumyamheto, A.K. (1998)
Pregnancy is Not the End of Education
In: Rwebangira, Magdalena K. and Liljestrom, Rita (eds.). Haraka, Haraka...-Look Before You Leap: Youth at the Crossroad of Custom and Modernity. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.

Book chapterShakry, O. (1998)
Schooled Mothers and Structured Play: Child Rearing in Turn-of-the-Century Egypt
In: Abu-Lughod, Lila (ed.). Remaking Women: Feminism and Modernity in the Middle East. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. p. 126-170.

BookAyisi, Ruth A. (1997)
Sao Tome and Principe: A Paradise With Challenges
Sao Tome and Principe: UNICEF. 19p.

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.

BookGlewwe, Paul (1997)
How Does Schooling of Mothers Improve Child Health? Evidence From Morocco
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS). LSMS Working Paper #128. 44p.

Periodical articleStuebing, Kathleen W. (1997)
Maternal Schooling and Comprehension of Child Health Information in Urban Zambia: Is Literacy a Missing Link in the Maternal Schooling-Child Health Relationship?
Health Transition Review. Volume 7 #2. October. p. 151-171.

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.

Periodical articleTessema, T. and Hailu, A. (1997)
Childhood Feeding Practice in North Ethiopia
East African Medical Journal. Volume 74 #2. February. p. 92-95.

Periodical articleAndrews, Claire M. (1996)
Women for Women's Health: Uganda
Nursing Outlook. Volume 44 #3. May. p. 141-145.

Periodical articleBarrett, Hazel R. and Browne, Angela (1996)
See this documentHealth, Hygiene and Maternal Education: Evidence From The Gambia
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 43 #11. December. p. 1579-1590.

BookBulane, Ntsiuoa J. (1996)
Female Education and Child Survival in Lesotho
Roma, Lesotho: National University of Lesotho, Department of Statistics, Demography Unit. Working Papers in Demography Series #24. June. 32p.

Conference paperKahwa, Robinah and Kasoma, Joshua and Naluyima, Violer and Katooka, Betty and Sentongo, Sterphen (1996)
Peer Education as a Means of Behaviour Change Among Grassroot Women and Youth in Rural Area
Paper presented at the 11th Annual International Conference on AIDS, July 7-12, 1996, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Periodical articleReed, B.A. and Habicht, J.P. and Naimeogo, C. (1996)
The Effects of Maternal Education on Child Nutritional Status Depend on Socio-Environmental Conditions
International Journal of Epidemiology. Volume 25 #3. June. p. 585-592.

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.

BookAbagi, Okwach and Wamahiu, S. (1995)
Household Based Factors and School Participation of Girls: Lessons From the Existing Surveys
Nairobi: Academy of Science Publishers. Abridged Research Report #6. 12p.

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.

Conference paperBehrman, Jere R. and Lavy, Victor (1995)
Child Health and Schooling Achievement: Causality, Association and Household Allocations
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 6-8, 1995, San Francisco, California. Washington, DC.

Book chapterKhalifa, Mona A. and Mohamed, Amany M. (1995)
Maternal Employment, Education and Child Immunization in the Northern Regions of Sudan, 1989/90
In: Cairo Demographic Centre (CDC). CDC 24th Annual Seminar on Population Issues and the Challenges of the 21st Century in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1994. Cairo: CDC. Research Monograph Series #24. p. 907-924.

Dissertation / thesisLuyinduladio, Nzinga (1995)
Maternal Education and Childhood Survival in Urban Areas of Zaire: The Pathways of Influence
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California. 427p.

BookOmamor, Augusta P. and Osinulu, Clara and Idowu, Abiodun (eds.) (1995)
The Survival of the Girl-Child: Problems and Prospects
Lagos: Nigerian Association of University Women (NAUW). 116p.

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.

Periodical articleShariff, Abusaleh and Ahn, Namkee (1995)
Mother's Education Effect on Child Health: An Econometric Analysis of Child Anthropometry in Uganda
Indian Economic Review. Volume 30 #2. July. p. 203-222.

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.

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 articleAhmed, I.S. and Eltom, A.R. and Karrar, Z.A. and Gilbril, A.R. (1994)
Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Mothers Regarding Diarrhoea among Children in a Sudanese Rural Community
East African Medical Journal. Volume 71 #11. November. p. 716-719.

Periodical articleHaddad, Lawrence and Hoddinott, John (1994)
See this documentWomen's Income and Boy-Girl Anthropometric Status in the Cote d'Ivoire
World Development. Volume 22 #4. April. p. 543-553.

Periodical articleIgbedioh, S.O. (1994)
Influence of Mother's Occupation and Education on Breast-Feeding and Weaning in Infants and Children in Makurdi, Nigeria
Nutrition and Health. Volume 9 #4. p. 289-302.

Conference paperMontgomery, Mark and Kouame, Aka and Oliver, Raylynn (1994)
The Tradeoff Between Fertility and Children's Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), May 5-7, 1994, Miami, Florida. Washington, D.C.: PAA.

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.

BookPitt, Mark M. (1994)
Women's Education, Selective Fertility and Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Policy Research Department, Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper.

Dissertation / thesisRauniyar, Durga S. (1994)
The Relationship Between Maternal Education and Child Health in Rural Egypt
Ph.D. dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. 226p.

Dissertation / thesisStuebing, Kathleen W. (1994)
Educational and Religious Factors in Maternal Verbal Responsiveness and Child Health in Urban Zambia
Ed.D. Dissertation: Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

BookUNESCO (1994)
The Girl Child in Eastern and Southern Africa: Community Involvement in Basic Education for Life Skills: April 10-14, 1994, Nairobi, Kenya
Nairobi? UNESCO. 34p.

BookBanda, Eta E. (1993)
Evaluation of Malawi/90/po2: Integration of the Parent Education Project as a Community Based Training Programme
Zomba, Malawi: Parent Education Project in Malawi and the Malawi. Ministry of Women and Children's Affairs and Community Services. 74p.

Book chapterBledsoe, Carolyn H. (1993)
The Politics of Polygyny in Mende Education and Child Fosterage Transactions
In: Miller, B.D. (ed.). Sex and Gender Hierarchies. Cambridge, Great Britain/New York: Cambridge University Press. p. 170-192.

Dissertation / thesisNiameogo, Cyrille (1993)
Maternal Education Knowledge of Child Nutrition and Disease and Child Nutritional Status in the District of Ouidah, Benin
Ph.D. dissertation: Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 352p.

Book chapterOkojie, Christiana E.E. (1993)
Some Interrelationships Between Maternal Education and Child Survival in Nigeria: Evidence From Household Surveys and Focus Group Discussions
In: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSF). International Population Conference: Montreal 1993, Volume 4. Liege, Belgium: IUSSP. p. 241-262.

Conference paperPalmer, Nancy L.N. (1993)
The Apparent Paradox of Higher Infant-Child Morbidity With Maternal Education (Nso' Cameroon)
Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 4-7, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts. Atlanta. Emory University.

Periodical articleShah, P.M. (1993)
Evaluation of the Home-Based Maternal Record: A WHO Collaborative Study
Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Volume 71 #5. p. 535-548.

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.

Periodical articleWashi, Siddiga and Cowan, Donna and Perry, R. Dale (1993)
The Impact of Mother's Education on Indicators of School Performance of First Through Third Grade Primary School Children Living in Low Socioeconomic Areas in Khartoum, Sudan
Ahfad Journal. Volume 10 #1. p. 44-55.

Conference paperWolff, Brent (1993)
Social Context in the Treatment of Childhood Illness in Nigeria: The Role of Women's Work and Program Environment
Paper presented at the 62nd Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 1-3, 1993, Cincinnati, Ohio. Alexandria, Virginia.

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.

Periodical articleAlao, Sunday A. and Oladimeji, Oladepo (1992)
Evaluation of Factors Affecting the Adoption and Use of Sugar-Salt-Solution by Mothers in Ibadan City, Oyo State, Nigeria
International Quarterly of Community Health Education. Volume 12 #2. p. 119-128.

Conference paperBooth, Margaret Z. (1992)
Children of Migrant Fathers: A Study of the Effects of Father-Absence on Swazi Children's Preparedness for School
Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 20-23, 1992, Seattle, Washington. Atlanta. Emory University.

Periodical articleBradley, J.E. and Meme, J. (1992)
See this documentBreastfeeding promotion in Kenya: changes in health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices, 1982-89
Abstract presentJournal of Tropical Pediatrics. Volume 38 #5. October. p. 228-234.

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