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Levels, Trends and Determinants of Under-Five Mortality in Amhara Region, Ethiopia Using EDHS (2000 -2011)

@article{Dejene2016LevelsTA,
  title={Levels, Trends and Determinants of Under-Five Mortality in Amhara Region, Ethiopia Using EDHS (2000 -2011)},
  author={B. Dejene},
  journal={Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing},
  year={2016},
  volume={28},
  pages={73-83}
}
  • B. Dejene
  • Published 2016
  • Geography
  • Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing
Children are the human resource bank of every nation. Above all, the first five years of life are the most crucial to the physical and intellectual development of children and can determine their potential to learn and thrive for a life time. Under-five mortality is a key indicator of social and economic development and has received attention as a part of United Nations Millennium Development Goals. This is due to more than any other age group of a population, children survival depends on the… Expand

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