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Prof. Ikamari Lawrence D.e. Publications
12014Family Functioning And Child Behavioural Problems In HIV/AIDs Affected Households In Kenya
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22013Regional Variation In Neonatal And Post-neonatal Motality In Kenya.
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32013Sixth Global Colloquium Of University Presidents, Global Effects Of The Youth Population Surge, Columbia University, New York, April 2-3, 2012
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42013Prevalence And Determinants Of Unintended Pregnancy Among Women In Nairobi, Kenya
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52012’Knowledge, Attitudes And Practices On Jigger Infestation Among Household Members Aged 18-60 Years: As Case Study Of A Rural Location Of Kenya’
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62012‘In Search For An Explanation To The Upsurge In Infant Mortality In Kenya During The 1988-2003 Period’
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72012Analysis Of Census Data Taking Into Consideration Gender Dimensions’.
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82012‘African Ontology And Its Implications For Public Health Research’
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92012Consortium For Advanced Research Training In Africa (CARTA) Joint Advanced Seminar 1 Curriculum Planning Meeting, Johannesburg, South Africa 29-31 January 2012
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102011Utilization Of Maternal Health Services Among Young Women In Kenya: Insights From The Kenya Demographic And Health Survey, 2003
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112011‘Contraceptive Use Among Women In Nairobi, Kenya’
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122011‘State Of Maternal Health In Rural Kenya’
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132011IUCD Re-introduction In Kenya: A Case Of Best Practice
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142011‘An Innovative And Integrated Initiative To Reposition Intrauterine Devices In The National Family Planning Programme-Kenya’
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152011CARTA Partners Forum (PAF) 17-18 August, 2011, University Of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
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162010What Accounts For The Upturn In Infant Mortality In Kenya During The 1989-2003 Period?
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172010‘A Status Report On The Integration Of The PPD Generic Models In The PSRI Training Programmes’
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182010‘Climate Change, Resource Competition And Conflict Among Pastoral Communities In Kenya’
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192010‘A Status Report On The Implementation Of The KeFA Project’
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202010Analysis Of Unintended Pregnancy And Pregnancy Termination Among Women In Selected Urban Settlements In Nairobi
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212010Socio-economic Determinants Of Unwanted Pregnancy Among Women In Slum And Non-slum Settlements Of Nairobi, Kenya
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222010Socioeconomic And Demographic Determinants Of Modern Contraceptive Use Among Women In Selected Settlements In Nairobi, Kenya
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232010Decision Processes On Perinatal Care At The Family And Community Levels That Influence Maternal Health Among Nomadic Communities: A Case Study Of The Maasai Of Magadi, Kajiado North District
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242009Community Education And Sensitization As An OVC Care And Support Strategy: An Evaluation Of The Integrated AIDS Program In Thika District, Kenya
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252009The Difference Interventions For Guardians Can Make: Evaluation Of The Kilifi Orphans And Vulnerable Children Project
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262008Regional Variation In The Timing Of Childbearing In Kenya
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272008‘Our (PSRI) Experiences On Integrating The PPD Generic Models In The Training Programmes’
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282008Promoting HIV Prevention And Testing:Evaluation Of The Integrated AIDS Program In Thika, Kenya
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292007‘Obstacles To Utilization Of Institutionalised Delivery Care In Kenya:A Case Study Of Teso District’
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302007‘Sexual Initiation And Contraceptive Use Among Female Adolescents In Kenya’
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312007Re-positioning Of The Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (IUCDs) Initiative In Kenya, 2001-2007
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322007‘Patterns, Levels And Trends In Unmet Need For Contraception In Kenya’
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332007Evaluating Four Approahes To Community Based Programmes For Orphans And Vulnerable Children'
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342006Trends And Changes In Non-Use Of Contraceptives In Kenya. In A Closer Look At KDHS 2003’: Further Analysis Of Contraceptive Prevalence And Fertility Stalls
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352005The Effect Of Education On Timing Of Marriage In Kenya
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362005Constraints To Data Use In Kenya
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372004‘An Upsurge In Early Childhood Mortality In Kenya: A Search Of Explanations’
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382004Maternal Health Care Utilization In Teso
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392004Covariates Of Age At First Marriage And Birth In Kenya: A Hazard Model Analysis. A Paper Submitted To The Editor, Journal Of Health And Population In Developing Countries. CB# 7411, 1107 McGavran-Greenberg, University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Cha
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402004‘Maternal Care Utilisation In Teso District’
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412004Health Systems Research: A Training Manual
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422003Maternal Care Utilisation In Teso District African Journal Of Health Sciences, 11(1&2):21-32
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432003An Upsurge In Early Childhood Mortality In Kenya: A Search Of Explanations African Journal Of Health Sciences: 11(1&2): 9-20
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442003‘Institutional Delivery Care: A Tough Choice Among Women In Teso District’
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452003Barriers To Utilisation Of Maternal Health Care In Teso District’, Population And Sustainable Development Challenges In Kenya’
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462002‘Situation Analysis Of MCH Facilities In Teso District, Kenya, Kenya’
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472002‘Persistence Of FGM In Nyambene District, Kenya’
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482002‘Correlates Of Unmet Need For Contraception In Zambia’
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492002’Sibling Mortality Correlation In Kenya’
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502002‘The Use Of Decomposition Techniques In Accounting For Mortality Change: An Illustrative Analysis Using The Case Of Infant Mortality In Kenya’
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512002‘The Magnitude And Correlates Of Unintended Childbearing In Kenya: Implications For The Family Planning Programme’
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522001The Use Of Quantitative And Qualitative Research Methods In Differential Mortality Analysis
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532001Ikamari, L.D.E 2001,
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542001Population And Sustainable Development
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552001Barriers To Utilisation Of Maternal Health Care In Teso District’
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562001A Report On The Follow-up Survey On The Utilisation Of Maternal Health Care Services In Teso District
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572001The Implications Of The Demographic And Epidemiologic Transitions For Planning With Special Emphasis On Adolescent Reproductive Health
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582001A Situation Analysis Of The Health Facilities In Teso District’
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592001Early Marriage In Kilifi District,A Mid Term Evaluation Report On The Options Project For Improving The Status Of Women’
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602001Female Circumcision In Nyambene District. A Mid Term Evaluation Report On The Options Project For Improving The Status Of Women’
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612001Population, Health And Development In Africa: Anthropological Perspectives
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622000Ikamari, L.D.E., 2000.
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632000Ikamari, L.D.E. 2000. Regional Variation In Infant Mortality In Kenya: A Search For Explanations. Pp: 119-139.
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642000‘An Upsurge In Early Childhood Mortality In Kenya: A Search For Plausible Explanations’
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652000Accounting For Areal And Temporal Differences Using Decomposition Procedures: An Illustration
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662000Maternal Mortality Situation In Kenya, Population, Health And Development
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671998Birth Intervals And Child Survival In Kenya
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681998Regional Variation In Infant And Child Mortality In Kenya
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691998’Regional Variation In Infant And Child Mortality In Kenya’
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701997’The Effect Of Birth Intervals On Infant And Child Mortality In Kenya
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711997‘Development, Implementation And Funding Of Population Policy And Programmes In Kenya’
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721997’Poverty Eradication In Kenya’
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731997’The Effect Of Birth Intervals On Child Survival In Kenya’, Paper Presented At International Seminar On Improving Child Survival: Policy Implications Of Research, 21-22 March, 1996, University House, Australian National University, Canberra.
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741996‘Population Policies And Programmes In Kenya’
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751996’Insights Into Regional Variations In Infant And Child Mortality In Kenya: The Case Of Western And Central Provinces’
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761996'Factors Affecting Child Survival In Kenya’
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771996’Assessment Of The 1988/89 Kenya Demographic And Health Survey Maternity History Data’
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781995’Explaining Regional Variation In Infant And Child Mortality In Kenya’, Working Paper No. 57
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791995’Provincial View Of Fertility And Mortality Change In Kenya, Zambia, And Zimbabwe’
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801993’Formal Training Programs At PSRI’
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811993Population Growth And Socio-economic Development
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821992'Socio-economic Impact Of AIDS At Malaba Border Township, Kenya’
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831985'Determinants Of Contraceptive Use In Kenya'
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