Disparities within developing countries contribute as much to global child health inequalities as do disparities between the developing and developed worlds. These disparities within countries are being exacerbated by inequalities in basic health care, and they will not necessarily be reduced by faster progress toward the Millennium Development Goals. These are some of the many findings that emerge from 56 country reports are produced through a joint effort of the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) project and the World Bank. They are based on data drawn from 95 household DHS surveys conducted between 1990 and 2005.
InfoShop and HNP invite you to a book launch of
Socio-Economic Differences in Health, Nutrition, and Population Within Developing Countries
Vice President and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
PRESENTED BY AUTHORS
Davidson R. Gwatkin
Consultant, Health, Nutrition, and Population, World Bank
Technical Director, Demographic and Health Surveys Project
Lead Health Economist, Development Research Group, World Bank
Monday, February 25, 2008
12:00 - 2:00pm
A reception will follow the presentation
World Bank J Building, Auditorium J1-050
(Enter through the Entrance to the World Bank's "J" Building on the East side of 18th Street, between Pennsylvania Avenue and G Street, or through the Bank's InfoShop, on the Southeast Corner of 18th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.)
A World Bank Building Pass is Not Required.
RSVP to Marie-Helene Kabran