Uganda Demographic and Health Survey 2016. Key indicators report.

@article{Janmohamed2017UgandaDA,
  title={Uganda Demographic and Health Survey 2016. Key indicators report.},
  author={A. Janmohamed and D. doledec and Watson Ja and Ensink Jhj and M. Ramos and P. Benelli and E. Holdsworth and Davis Nl and J. Wiener and Juliano Jj and L. Adair and Chasela Cs and D. Kayira and Hudgens Mg and C. Vanderhorst and Jamieson Dj and Kourtis Ap and Semwanga Ar and S. Nakubulwa and T. Adam and Z. Gobir and Z. Tukur and Afolaranmi To and Hassan Zi and C. Amaike and Miner Ca and T. Oyebode and Abubakar Aa and K. Sabitu and A. Jansen and N. Preacely and Sufiyan Mb and Idris Sh and Gobir Aa and Ibrahim Ms and Ajayi Io and A. Kakuru and J. Achan and Muhindo Mk and G. Ikilezi and E. Arinaitwe and F. Mwangwa and T. Ruel and Clark Td and E. Charlebois and Rosenthal Pj and D. Havlir and Kamya Mr and Tappero Jw and G. Dorsey and G. Seidman and R. Atun},
  journal={Tropical Medicine \& International Health},
  year={2017},
  volume={22}
}
The Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) conducted the sixth Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (UDHS) from June 15 through December 18 2016 with a nationally representative sample of over 20000 households. All women age 15-49 in selected households were eligible for individual interviews. In a subsample (one-third) of households all men age 15-54 were eligible for individual interviews. The 2016 UDHS is a follow-up to the 1988/89 1995 2000-01 2006 and 2011 Uganda Demographic and Health Surveys… Expand
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