Poverty and health monitoring report
- Suzuki, Emi
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Health data at the national level do not reveal the inequalities associated with poverty within a country; therefore national progress toward health goals can be made without much improvement in the health status of the poor. Poverty quintile analysis is useful here: it disaggregates data on health indicators by the socioeconomic status of households. In this report it is used to study the levels and trends in health inequalities in developing countries.
Washington, DC : World Bank, 2012.
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"Paper prepared for the Health, Nutrition and Population Unit, Human Development Network, The World Bank, 2012"--P. iii.