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prevalence of anemia and associated factors in children (MIS Uganda 2018-2019) [message #19873] Mon, 24 August 2020 10:40 Go to next message
kyk0161@naver.com is currently offline  kyk0161@naver.com
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I'm trying to figure out prevalence of anemia and associated factors at regional level based on Uganda 2018-2019 MIS data
I opened the data files and wanted to look for the main anemia variables which are hc57, ha57, and hb57 in the PR file and Child sex variables.
But I cannot find them...
Is there anyone who are using anemia variables and child's sex in Uganda 2018-2019 MIS data set.
I am waiting for your helpful advice.

Thank you
Seyoung Kim
Re: prevalence of anemia and associated factors in children (MIS Uganda 2018-2019) [message #19916 is a reply to message #19873] Mon, 31 August 2020 14:46 Go to previous message
Bridgette-DHS is currently offline  Bridgette-DHS
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You should check the questionnaires in the appendix of the final report, to see if the information you are looking for was collected.

A good resource is the IPUMS-DHS site, which allows users to do a web-based search on a string or variable. If you click on the variable name, you can learn more about the variable, including its codes and frequencies, meaning, universe (who was asked the question), and question wording. Easily log in with your DHS user name email and password.

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