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Impact of maternal education and health services on child mortality in Uttar Pradesh, India



Impact of maternal education and health services on child mortality in Uttar Pradesh, India



Asia-Pacific Population Journal 13(2): 27-38



"This article, which examines the effect of maternal education on child mortality [in India], shows that education has direct as well as indirect effects through antenatal care and family formation patterns on neonatal mortality. Maternal education also has a substantial effect on later childhood mortality. While improving maternal education is a means of reducing childhood mortality, an immediate reduction in childhood mortality is feasible even under existing social conditions by enhancing accessibility to maternal and child health services and safe drinking water."

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