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Journal Article
Pullum W, Thomas. "An assessment of the quality of data on health and nutrition in the DHS Surveys, 1993-2003." DHS Methodological Reports (2008).
Journal Article
Balk, Deborah, Thomas Pullum, Adam Storeygard, Fern Greenwell, and Melissa Neuman. "A spatial analysis of childhood mortality in West Africa." Population, Space and Place 10, no. 3 (2004): 175-216.
Journal Article
Pullum W, Thomas. "Measures based on censuses and surveys." The methods and materials of demography (2003).
Journal Article
Hodgins, Stephen, Thomas Pullum, and Leanne Dougherty. "Understanding where parents take their sick children and why it matters: a multi-country analysis." Global Health: Science and Practice 1, no. 3 (2013): 328-356.
Journal Article
Langston, Anne, Jennifer Weiss, Justine Landegger, Thomas Pullum, Melanie Morrow, Melene Kabadege, Catherine Mugeni, and Eric Sarriot. "Plausible Role for CHW Peer Support Groups in Increasing Care-seeking in an Integrated Community Case Management Project in Rwanda: A Mixed Methods Evaluation." Global Health: Science and Practice 2, no. 3 (2014): 342-354.
Journal Article
Pullum W, Thomas. "Exclusive breastfeeding: aligning the indicator with the goal." Global Health: Science and Practice 2, no. 3 (2014): 355-356.
Journal Article
Little, Roderick A. J, and Thomas W Pullum. "The General Linear Model and Direct Standardization: A Comparison." Sociological Methods & Research 7, no. 4 (1979): 475-501.
Journal Article
Velasco-Roldán, Nidya, Sara Torres-Castro, Mariana López-Ortega, César Alfredo González-González, and Martha Liliana Giraldo-Rodríguez. "Investigación social en envejecimiento y vejez: perspectiva del Instituto Nacional de Geriatría." Hitos Demograficos del Siglo XXI: Envejecimiento (2014).
Journal Article
Stulac, Sara, Mark Munyaneza, B Richard, Jeanne Chai, Jean Bosco Bigirimana, Merab Nyishime, Neo Tapela, Sara Chaffee, Leslie Lehmann, and Lawrence N Shulman. "Initiating Childhood Cancer Treatment in Rural Rwanda: A Partnership-Based Approach." Pediatric Blood & Cancer 63, no. 5 (2016): 813-817.
Conference Paper
Deininger, Klaus, Gero Carletto, and Sara Savastano. "Land market development and agricultural production efficiency in Albania." Joint IAAE - 104th EAAE- Seminar on Agricultural Economics and Transition: "What was expected, what we observed, the lessons learned". Budapest, Hungary, September 6-8, 2007.
Journal Article
Kilic, Talip, Calogero Carletto, Juna Miluka, and Sara Savastano. "Rural nonfarm income and its impact on agriculture: Evidence from Albania." Agricultural Economics 40, no. 2 (2009): 139-160.
Thesis or Dissertation
Krüger Rasmussen, Sara. "Pro-poor Health Care in Northern Ghana." Master Thesis in International Development Studies, Roskilde University, 2009.
Book
Wong, Sara, and Carlos Ludeña. Caracterización de la agricultura familiar en Ecuador. 2006.
Book
Hallman, Kelly, Sara Peracca, Jennifer Catino, and Marta Julia Ruiz. Multiple disadvantages of Mayan females: the effects of gender, ethnicity, poverty, and residence on education in Guatemala. 2006.
Working Paper
Deininger, Klaus, Sara Savastano, and Gero Carletto. "Land markets and agricultural efficiency in Albania." (2008).
Book
Hilber, Adriane M, Xavier Bosch-Capblanch, Christian Schindler, Lise Beck, Florence Sécula, Oran McKenzie, Sara Gari, Christina Stuckli, and Sonja Merten. Gender and immunisation. Basel, Switzerland: Swiss Centre for International Health, 2010.
Report
Flanagan, Sara V, and Yan Zheng. Making economic sense for arsenic mitigation: A case study of Comilla district Bangladesh. Bangladesh: UNICEF, 2011.
Journal Article
Wuehler, Sara E, and Cheikh Mohamed El Hafed Ould Dehah. "Situational analysis of infant and young child nutrition policies and programmatic activities in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania." Maternal & Child Nutrition (2011).
Report
McGinn, Therese, Sara Casey, Susan Purdin, and Mendy Marsh. Reproductive health for conflict-affected people: Policies, research and programmes. London, UK: Humanitarian Policy Group, 2004.
Journal Article
Wuehler, Sara, and Abdoulazize Biga Hassoumi. "Situational analysis of infant and young child nutrition policies and programmatic activities in Niger." Maternal & Child Nutrition (2011).
Journal Article
Wuehler, Sara E, and Albertine W Ouedraogo. "Situational analysis of infant and young child nutrition policies and programmatic activities in Burkina Faso." Maternal & Child Nutrition (2011).
Working Paper
Wang, Wenjuan, Sara Sulzbach, and Susna De. "Utilization of HIV-related services from the private health sector: A multi-country analysis." DHS Working Papers (2010).
Journal Article
Holtz, Sara A, and Cynthia K Stanton. "Assessing the quality of cesarean birth data in the Demographic and Health Surveys." Studies in Family Planning 38, no. 1 (2007): 47-54.
Journal Article
Piwoz, Ellen, Sandra Huffman, Diane Lusk, Elizabeth Zehner, and Chloe O’Gara. "Issues, risks and challenges of early breastfeeding cessation to reduce postnatal transmission of HIV in Africa." SARA Project (2001).
Working Paper
Piwoz, Ellen, Sandra Huffman, Diane Lusk, Elizabeth Zehner, and Chloe O’Gara. "Early breastfeeding cessation as an option for reducing postnatal transmission of HIV-in Africa." Issues, risks and challenges. Washington: SARA Project, The Academy for Educational Development (2001).
Journal Article
Zellner, Sara. "Condom use and the accuracy of AIDS knowledge in Cote d'Ivoire." International family planning perspectives (2003).
Report
Ravenholt, Betty, Angela Stein, Sara Sulzbach, Kathryn Banke, and Karen Finnegan. Assessing the commercial viabilty of long-acting and permanent contraception methods. Bethesda, MA: Bethesda, MD: Private Sector Partnerships-One project, Abt Associates Inc., 2009.
Journal Article
McGinn, Therese, Judy Austin, Katherine Anfinson, Ribka Amsalu, Sara E Casey, Shihab I Fadulalmula, Anne Langston, Louise Lee-Jones, Janet Meyers, Frederick K Mubiru, Jennifer Schlecht , Melissa Sharer , and Mary Yetter. "Family planning in conflict: results of cross-sectional baseline surveys in three African countries." Conflict and Health 5, no. 1 (2011): 11.
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