#DHSWorldCup – New Bracket

Written by: The DHS Program

27 Jun, 2014

The pool play has ended, and of the 9 DHS teams originally in the World Cup, 4 have made it to the next round: Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and Nigeria. Keep track of the #DHSWorldCup teams as they advance with this bracket!

#DHSWorldCup: Cameroon vs. Brazil

Written by: The DHS Program

23 Jun, 2014

Cameroon and Brazil play each other today at the World Cup. Here are some quick stats about the 2 countries. Pool play ends on Thursday, so this is the last comparison infographic we’ll share until we find out more about match-ups in the second stage of the World Cup!

#DHSWorldCup: Updated Bracket!

Written by: The DHS Program

19 Jun, 2014

We’re 1 week into the World Cup…here is where DHS teams stand as of noon today! Are you surprised by the results? Who are you rooting for? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #DHSWorldCup!

Spotlight on Implementing Agencies: Nigeria

Written by: The DHS Program

15 Jun, 2014

In March 2014,  welcomed visitors from Nigeria. This is the third in a series of interviews with visitors to DHS headquarters. Name(s):  (Project Coordinator, ) and   (Project Director, 2013 NDHS,  Deputy Director, National Population Commission, Nigeria). Country of origin:   Nigeria When not working, favorite place to visit: : The farm : The market […]

Presenting…The #DHS World Cup! June 12 – July 13

Written by: The DHS Program

09 Jun, 2014

The FIFA World Cup is coming up in just a few days, and  has conducted surveys in 9 of the 32 countries participating in the tournament. Follow along right here on the blog or on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest using the hashtag #DHSWorldCup to watch their progress as they compete! You can also keep track of wins, losses, […]

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Anthropometry measurement (height and weight) is a core component of DHS surveys that is used to generate indicators on nutritional status. The Biomarker Questionnaire now includes questions on clothing and hairstyle interference on measurements for both women and children for improved interpretation.