Changing Levels and Patterns of Under-Five Mortality in Nigeria: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey
Published at Covenant International Journal of Psychology
Published in 2018
Samuel, G.W. and Oni, G.A
Samuel Olugbemisola » Samuel Gbemisola W. had her first, second and third degrees in Demography and Social Statistics from Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Her thesis was titled, “Proximate Determinants: The Pathways of Influence of Underlying Factors on Under-five Mortality in Nigeria”. she is an alumna of the Young Scientists Summer Programme, Laxenburg, Austria. She has collaboration with the UN-Habitat,... view full profile
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