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Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa

Jacqueline M. Mondot-Bernard

Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa

tentative analysis

by Jacqueline M. Mondot-Bernard

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Published by OECD Development Centre in Paris .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa.,
  • Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Breastfeeding -- Africa,
    • Infants -- Africa -- Weaning,
    • Amenorrhea, Lactation -- Africa,
    • Birth intervals -- Africa,
    • Fertility, Human -- Africa,
    • Malnutrition in children -- Africa,
    • Children -- Africa -- Mortality

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 93-103.

      Statementby Jacqueline M. Mondot-Bernard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRJ216 .M573 1975
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 103 p. :
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4197288M
      LC Control Number80476156

      This book addresses two of the most important questions in modern African history: the causes of rapid population growth, and the origins of the AIDS pandemic. It examines three societies on the Uganda–Tanzania border whose distinctive histories shed new light on both of these phenomena. This was the region where HIV in Africa first became a mass rural epidemic, and also where HIV infection. Below we report the result of the Granger analysis of the direction of the relationships between GDP and maternal and child mortality and the results of the DEA analysis of the impact of reductions in child mortality4 on GDP growth. A. The Granger analysis of direction of association i. The under-five mortality and economic growth.

      a discussion of aspects of eduation-migration relationships. Next, survey results of the effects of education on fertility, infant mortality and nutrition are presented and competing sets of implications highlighted. Finally, at a very general level, the effects of education on a variety of other non-monetary variables are considered. This paper takes advantage of a massive school construction program that took place in Indonesia between and to estimate the effect of education on fertility and child mortality.

      mechanisms for the relationship between female education and fertility child nutrition, they can be expected to have higher fertility and infants with better survival prospects. Recent studies generally support this. For example, the study on the availability of colleges in reduction in infant mortality by between 7% and 9%. Specifically, female education has powerful effects on the total fertility rate (and hence on population growth), the infant mortality rate, (10) the female disadvantage in child survival, and on child health and nutrition. By contrast, statistical analyses show that male schooling has relatively much smaller effects on these important social.


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Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa by Jacqueline M. Mondot-Bernard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book: Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa. pp pp. Abstract: In this report the author has examined: (i) the relationship between famine famine Subject Category: MiscellaneousCited by: 7.

Get this from a library. Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa: tentative analysis. [Jacqueline M Mondot-Bernard]. Contrast this with recent developments in Niger: over a ten year child mortality and nutrition in Africa book between andNiger experienced an even more dramatic fall in child mortality than was seen in Bangladesh, from per to peryet total fertility only fell from to This paper examines the relationship between child mortality and fertility in two neighboring West African countries: Cote d ' Ivoire and Ghana.

The authors first explore separately the reduced form determinants of fertility and child mortality, as explained by. Ghana. It analyzes the relationship between child mortality and fertility and examines the idea that high levels of child mortality encourage parents to have large numbers of births (Notestein ; Smith ; Freedman ; Schultz).

The reduction in child mortality is an obvious objective of parents and society. These four papers supplement the book Contraception and Reproduction: Health Consequences for Women and Children in the Developing World by bringing together data and analyses that would otherwise be difficult to obtain in a single source.

The topics addressed are an analysis of the relationship between maternal mortality and changing reproductive patterns; the risks and benefits. In: Mondot-bernard, J.M. Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa. Paris, France, Development Centre of the Organization.

Wolfe, B. and Jere Behrman (), “Determinants of Child Mortality, Health and Nutrition in a Developing Country,” Journal of Development Economics, pp. The results of these studies are summarized in Appendix Table 1 in Lloyd, C. () “Investing in the Next Generation: The Implications of High Fertility at the Level of the Family,” Population Council Working Paper.

indirectly assessed by comparison of the pattern of mortality between the first and the fifth birthday from the three DHS surveys conducted in Malawi (,and ). In each of the three sur-veys, the age pattern of mortality is similar, with infant mortality rates exceeding child mortality rates by between 10 and 24 percent.

The infant mortality rate is not a good indicator of overall mortality or health status. Based on new empirical life tables from the UN Population Division, it can only predict life expectancy with 95% confidence to within a year range. Two infant mortality rates must be nearly 80 units apart to.

Africa is poised on the edge of a potential takeoff to sustained economic growth. This takeoff can be abetted by a demographic dividend from the changes in population age structure. Declines in child mortality, followed by declines in fertility, produce a 'bulge' generation and a large number of working age people, giving a boost to the economy.

Higher child mortality among the poor may increase their fertility through various mechanisms, such as replacement and insurance effects whereby in the presence of low child survival rates. The issue of child marriage is a form of human rights violation among young women mainly in resource-constrained countries.

Over the past decades, child marriage has gained attention as a threat to women’s health and autonomy. This study explores the prevalence of child marriage among women aged 20–24 years in sub-Saharan Africa countries and examines the association between child.

A study of child mortality and nutrition in 45 countries (27 in Africa) in – shows an adjusted relative risk of mortality of for birth orders 3–4 (compared to birth orders 1–2); for birth orders 5–6; and for birth orders 7+. Author(s): Mondot-Bernard,J M Title(s): Relationships between fertility, child mortality and nutrition in Africa/ J.M.

Mondot-Bernard. Country of Publication: France Publisher: Paris, Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, (). Polygyny and Fertility in sub-Saharan Africa’, ().

Prolonged Breastfeeding as a Birth Spacing Method’. Relationships between Fertility, Child Mortality and Nutrition in Africa. Tentative Analysis. Interrelations among child mortality, breastfeeding, and fertility in Egypt, (English) Abstract. This report examines the relationship between reproductive behavior and child survival in Egypt.

The relationship is of fundamental importance to an understanding of demographic dynamics and for the formulation of population policies. The relationship between the socioeconomic status differentials and the health status in developing countries has been documented in several studies ().

Using demographic and health survey data from Ghana, Gwatkin et al. described the differences between the poor and the least poor in mortality, nutrition, and treatment of illness. in ecological conditions to derive estimates of the causal impact of child mortality on fertilit.y We then discuss the implications of these ndings for the lagging demographic transition in Africa.

2 Mortality and ertilitFy Chowdhury () identi es three possible relationships between fertility and mortality: a.

TFR Total fertility rate U5MR Under-five mortality rate UP Uttar Pradesh development, is a better understanding of the maternal and child health and nutrition cycle Third, considering the differences in infant and child mortality performance between states. Reduction in child mortality is a demographic progress of significant socioeconomic development relevance in Africa.

This paper analyzed the effect of maternal education and fertility on child survival in the Islands of Comoros.

The Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data were used. A two-stage probit regression method was used for data analysis.Determinants of fertility and child mortality in Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana (English) Abstract. This paper examines the relationship between child mortality and fertility in two neighboring West African countries: Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana.

The authors first explore separately the reduced form determinants of fertility and child mortality, as. The recent significant declines in infant and child mortality are important drivers of fertility decline. The under‐five mortality rate has decreased between – and – by 20 percent or more in 42 countries across Africa (United Nations ).

The infant mortality rate in SSA has declined from 88 to 64 deaths per live.