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Session 37:
Measuring maternal mortality through the 2010 round of population censuses

Monday, September 28
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Fès 1A
Ifrane

Chair: Tiziana Leone, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Discussant: Vincent Fauveau, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
Discussant: Zoe Matthews, University of Southampton

  1. Measuring maternal mortality through the census: rapier or bludgeon?Kenneth Hill, Harvard University; Cynthia Stanton, Johns Hopkins University

  2. Maternal mortality in South Africa: lessons from a case study in the use of deaths reported by households in censuses and surveysRob Dorrington, University of Cape Town; Debbie Bradshaw, Medical Research Council of South Africa

  3. Maternal mortality in South Africa in 2001: from demographic census to epidemiological investigationMichel Garenne, Institut Pasteur; Kourtoum Nacro, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  4. Using a post-census survey to measure maternal mortality in MozambiqueYusuf Hemed, National Institute of Statistics, Mozambique; Francisco Mbofana, National Institute of Statistics, Mozambique; Elisio Mazive, National Institute of Statistics, Mozambique; Robert G. Mswia, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Stirling Cummings, Family Health International; Peter Young, National Institute of Statistics, Mozambique; Loraine A. West, U.S. Census Bureau

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