Yishak Abraham Lailulo

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BACKGROUND The low status of women prevents them from recognizing and voicing their concerns about health needs. This study aimed to examine the relationship between gender characteristics, health and empowerment of women in an attempt to understand between 2005 and 2011. METHODS Data from the Ethiopia Demographic and Health Survey (EDHS) 2005 and 2011(More)
BACKGROUND In Ethiopia the average fertility rate in rural areas is about 6 children per woman, while it is 2.4 children per woman in urban areas. It is with this concept in mind that the investigators of this study wanted to correlate the promotion of after-child-birth-use of family planning and desire to limit childbearing in Ethiopia. Postpartum(More)
AIM This study focused on the top 10 selected African countries with key interventions such as high infant mortality rate, high total fertility rate and female literacy rate. METHODS The World Bank's 2013 data were used. Descriptive analyses were performed. RESULTS Findings show that Sierra Leone (107.2), Angola (102) and Central Africa Republic (96.1)(More)
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