Tag Archives: Uganda
The geography of maternal health in the Sustainable Development Goal era – No woman left behind
Cori Ruktanochai presents maternal health outcomes at subnational level for five Sub Saharian African countries.
Examining the Urban and the Rural
This is a post by Ashira Menashe-Oren on varying age structures between rural and urban areas in Sub-Saharan Africa and their consequences. The rural-urban dichotomy is the one of the most common classifications used to describe population distribution within a country. Available for many data sources, it is a simple binary measure. It is universally […]