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The DHS wealth index

@inproceedings{Rutstein2004TheDW,
  title={The DHS wealth index},
  author={S. Rutstein and Kiersten B. Johnson},
  year={2004}
}
The main objectives of the MEASURE DHS+ project are: 1) to provide decisionmakers in survey countries with information useful for informed policy choices, 2) to expand the international population and health database, 3) to advance survey methodology, and 4) to develop in participating countries the skills and resources necessary to conduct high-quality demographic and health surveys. 
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