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Health, Nutrition, and Population (HNP) series

May 1998 - June 2008

 

This series is produced by the Health, Nutrition, and Population Family (HNP) of the World Bank's Human Development Network. These publications are an outgrowth of the process of developing and implementing the Bank's sector strategy.

 

This series has been discontinued.

 

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Human Development Network - Health, Nutrition, and Population series

 

 

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Child marriage and fertility in Pakistan (English)

In Pakistan, women who marry as children have on average 20-34 percent more births over their life time as compared to women marrying after the age of 18. ... See More +

Brief 121573 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Uganda (English)

In Uganda, women who marry as children have on average 10-24 percent more births over their life time as compared to women marrying after the age of 18. ... See More +

Brief 121574 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Mali (English)

In Mali, women who marry as children have on average 19-33 percent more births over their life time as compared to women marrying after the age of 18. ... See More +

Brief 121575 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Nepal (English)

In Nepal, women who marry as children have on average 15-26 percent more births over their life time as compared to women marrying after the age of 18. ... See More +

Brief 121576 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Burkina Faso (English)

The relationship between child marriage and fertility can be due in part to the socio-economic and cultural context in which girls who marry early tend to live. ... See More +

Brief 121580 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in the Democratic Republic of Congo (English)

Poor nutrition weakens children’s immune systems, putting them at a greater risk of falling sick from preventable illnesses such as pneumonia and diarrhea. ... See More +

Brief 121583 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Malawi (English)

The relationship between child marriage and fertility can be due in part to the socio-economic and cultural context in which girls who marry early tend to live. ... See More +

Brief 121587 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Ethiopia (English)

The relationship between child marriage and fertility can be due in part to the socio-economic and cultural context in which girls who marry early tend to live. ... See More +

Brief 121586 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under five malnutrition in Malawi (English)

Poor nutrition weakens children’s immune systems, putting them at a greater risk of falling sick from preventable illnesses such as pneumonia and diarrhea. ... See More +

Brief 121588 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Ethiopia (English)

In Ethiopia, more than four in ten children under the age of five are stunted; but for children born of mothers younger than 18, the risk of stunting is higher. ... See More +

Brief 121589 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Egypt (English)

In Egypt, one in five children under the age of five are stunted; but for children born of others younger than 18, the risk of stunting is higher. ... See More +

Brief 121590 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Egypt (English)

In Egypt, about three percent of children dies before the age of five; for children born of mothers younger than 18, the risk is higher. Controlling for socio-economic and other characteristics, being born of a mother younger than 18 does not lead to a statistically significant increase in the risk of under-five mortality as compared to otherwise similar children born of older mothers. ... See More +

Brief 121591 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Bangladesh (English)

The relationship between child marriage and fertility can be due in part to the socio-economic and cultural context in which girls who marry early tend to live. ... See More +

Brief 121579 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Burkina faso (English)

In Burkina Faso, about one in eight children die before the age of five; for children born of mothers younger than 18, the risk is higher.Controlling for socio-economic and other characteristics, being born of a mother younger than 18 increases the likelihood of dying before the age of five by six percentage points in the baseline model, as compared to otherwise similar children born of older mothers. ... See More +

Brief 121599 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Uganda (English)

In Uganda, one in eleven children dies before the age of five; for children born of mothers younger than 18, the risk is higher.Controlling for socio-economic and other characteristics, being born of a mother younger than 18 increases the likelihood of dying before the age of five by five percentage points in the baseline model, as compared to otherwise similar children born of older mothers. ... See More +

Brief 121601 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Zambia (English)

The relationship between child marriage and fertility could be due in part to the socio-economic and cultural context in which girls who marry early tend to live. ... See More +

Brief 121602 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Uganda (English)

Early childbirth contributes to the risk of malnutrition for children, directly and indirectly. This brief has provided estimates of the direct impact of early childbirth on stunting in Uganda using the latest DHS survey. ... See More +

Brief 121600 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Zambia (English)

Poor nutrition weakens children’s immune systems, putting them at a greater risk of falling sick from preventable illnesses such as pneumonia and diarrhea. ... See More +

Brief 121604 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Zambia (English)

In Zambia, about one in thirteen children die before the age of five; for children born of mothers younger than 18, the risk is higher. Controlling for socio-economic and other characteristics, being born of a mother younger than 18 increases the likelihood of dying before the age of five by three percentage points in the baseline model, as compared to otherwise similar children born of older mothers. ... See More +

Brief 121606 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

Child marriage and fertility in Egypt (English)

The relationship between child marriage and fertility could be due in part to the socio-economic and cultural context in which girls who marry early tend to live. ... See More +

Brief 121605 JUN 01, 2017

Wodon,Quentin T.; Onagoruwa,Adenike Opeoluwa Disclosed

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Child marriage and fertility in Pakistan (English)
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Child marriage and fertility in Uganda (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121574 Brief
Child marriage and fertility in Mali (English)
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Child marriage and fertility in Nepal (English)
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Child marriage and fertility in Burkina Faso (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121580 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in the Democratic Republic of Congo (English)
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Child marriage and fertility in Malawi (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121587 Brief
Child marriage and fertility in Ethiopia (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121586 Brief
Early childbirth and under five malnutrition in Malawi (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121588 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Ethiopia (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121589 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Egypt (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121590 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Egypt (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121591 Brief
Child marriage and fertility in Bangladesh (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121579 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Burkina faso (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121599 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Uganda (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121601 Brief
Child marriage and fertility in Zambia (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121602 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Uganda (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121600 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five malnutrition in Zambia (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121604 Brief
Early childbirth and under-five mortality in Zambia (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121606 Brief
Child marriage and fertility in Egypt (English)
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JUN 01, 2017 121605 Brief