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Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey 2007
Ministry of Health, Government of Vanuatu,
October 03, 2019
Documentation in PDF
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Vanuatu Country Partnership Strategy 2010--2014
: ADB Manila, 2009.
Anthony, and others.
The state of the world's children 2011-adolescence: an age of opportunity.
New York, USA: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 2011.
Brown W, David.
Child immunization cards: essential yet underutilized in national immunization programmes
Open Vaccine J (2012).
Kojima, Bacon, and Zhou.
Who uses bottled gas? Evidence from Households in Developing Countries
: The World Bank, 2011.
Lum, Miriam, On Vicki Bennett, and Maxine Ann Whittaker.
Health information systems in the Pacific: a case study of Vanuatu
Documentation Note Series School of Population and Health, University of Queensland , no. 3 (2009).
On, Miriam Lum, Vicki Bennett, and Maxine Whittaker.
Issues and challenges for health information systems in the Pacific
Pac Health Dialog (2012).
Achieving results for pacific island children: UNICEF's analysis of and response to pacific millenium development goal progress
Policy Quarterly 5, no. 3 (2009): 20-27.
Tzioumis, and S Adair.
Childhood dual burden of under-and overnutrition in low-and middle-income countries: a critical review
Food and nutrition bulletin 35, no. 2 (2014): 230-243.
UNICEF, UNAIDS, and WHO.
Children and AIDS: Country Fact Sheets 2009 (Companion to the Fourth Stocktaking Report)
Whiteford, Sawrikar, Redmond, and A O’Connor.
Child poverty and disparities in the Pacific, Phase 1: Initial analysis of child-centred policies in Kiribati, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu
Whiteford, P., and R. Yoshihara.
Social protection in small island states in the Pacific: a case study of child wellbeing in Vanuatu (Paper prepared for the Centre for Social Protection Conference, Social Protection for Social Justice)
Institute of Development Studies (IDS) International Conference: “Social Protection for Social Justice”.
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