Datasets by publication Other Resources Interim estimates of global under-five diarrhea and pneumonia deaths in 2011. (December 2012). Li Liu, Jamie Perin, Christa Fisher-Walker, Robert E. Black. Maternal Mortality, Child Mortality, Perinatal Mortality, Child Cognition, and Estimates of Prevalence of Anemia due to Iron...
LiST Project Page More Intervention Effect Estimate Summaries Reference Munos, MK, Walker CL, Black RE. The effect of oral rehydration solution and recommended home fluids on diarrhea mortality. Int J Epidemiol. 2010 Apr; 39 (Suppl 1): i75-i87. Background Diarrhoeal disease in children aged...
Intervention effectiveness to reduce maternal/child mortality As part of the current CHERG, working groups have been formed to do systematic reviews of effectiveness and efficacy of various maternal and child health interventions. These groups are building on reviews that were...
Country-level causes of child mortality Only a small fraction of child deaths occur in countries with complete civil registration of deaths and their causes, and, despite efforts by the Health Metrics Network and others, complete and accurate civil registration of...
2009 Search Publications   Boschi-Pinto C, Lanata C, Black R. The Global Burden of Childhood Diarrhoea.  In: Ehriri JE & Martin Meremikwu (eds.). International Maternal & Child Health. Springer Publishers, Washington DC. O’Brien KL, Wolfson LJ, Watt JP, Henkle E, Deloria-Knoll M, McCall...
Birth spacing as a risk factor of maternal and child mortality Short and long birth intervals are known to adversely affect infant and child mortality, and short birth intervals in particular can impede maternal nutrition repletion in low-income settings.  The...
Can We Do Better? Measuring Coverage in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health A PLOS Medicine Collection Launch Event Watch Event PLOS MED Collection Now Online Event Presentations Also Read Are Health Interventions Reaching Women and Children in the Developing World? Gates Foundation's Impatient Optimist Why Should We Care About...
The Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group (CHERG) was established in 2001 by the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide external technical guidance and global leadership in the development and improvement of epidemiological estimates for children under five years of age. It...
Failures in the “pathways to survival” Knowledge of the biological causes of child death is important, but additional information on failures at household, community and health system levels to avert death is critical to improving programs to reduce mortality. Effective...
Background The Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group (CHERG) was established in 2001 by the World Health Organization (WHO) as an independent source of technical expertise on child morbidity and mortality estimates at global and country levels. The CHERG process can...

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