The effect of mother’s age and other related factors on neonatal survival associated with first and second birth in rural, Tanzania: evidence from Ifakara health and demographic surveillance system in rural Tanzania

@inproceedings{Selemani2014TheEO,
  title={The effect of mother’s age and other related factors on neonatal survival associated with first and second birth in rural, Tanzania: evidence from Ifakara health and demographic surveillance system in rural Tanzania},
  author={Majige Selemani and Mathew Alexander Mwanyangala and Sigilbert Mrema and Amri Shamte and Dan K. Kajungu and Abdallah Mkopi and Michael Johnson Mahande and Rose Nathan},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND With a view to improve neonatal survival, data on birth outcomes are critical for planning maternal and child health care services. We present information on neonatal survival from Ifakara Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) in Tanzania, regarding the influence of mother's age and other related factors on neonatal survival of first and second births. METHODS The study conducted analysis using longitudinal health and demographic data collected from Ifakara HDSS in… CONTINUE READING
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