DHS Program Analysis Updates: Summer 2020

Written by: The DHS Program

23 Jul, 2020

The DHS Program’s analysis team uses DHS data to explore topics related to global health, demography, and social epidemiology. Since our last update, the analysis team has used DHS data to explore the following questions:

Modern Mother is one of six profiles of women’s contraceptive and pregnancy behaviors in Nepal.
A Bayesian geospatial modelling approach generates subnational estimates of stunting and wasting in Mali, and identifies key factors associated with undernutrition.

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