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Title: High Infant and Child Mortality Rates in Orissa: An Assessment of Major Reasons
Authors: Pradhan, J
Arokiasamy, A
Keywords: infant
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley
Citation: Population Space Place, 12, 787-200, 2006
Abstract: Infant and child mortality rates in Orissa are the highest among the Indian states. This is surprising, given other demographic indicators, such as the relatively rapid fertility decline and the quite high levels of antenatal care coverage in this state compared with other comparatively poor states.
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