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Is there an urban advantage in child survival in Sub-Saharian Africa? Evidence from 18 countries in the 1990s

Bibliographic reference Bocquier, Philippe ; Madise, N. J. ; Zulu, E.. Is there an urban advantage in child survival in Sub-Saharian Africa? Evidence from 18 countries in the 1990s. In: Demography, Vol. 48, no. 2, p. 531-558 (2011)
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