|INDEPTH is a pioneer in health and population research, providing robust answers to some of the most important questions in development. Through its global network of health and demographic surveillance system (HDSS) field sites in Africa, Asia and Oceania, it is capable of producing reliable longitudinal data not only about the lives of people in low- and middle-income countries, but about the impact on those lives of development policies and programmes.
PRESS RELEASE Largest ever dataset on individual deaths in Africa & SE Asia reveals changing health of developing world
An unprecedented insight into the changing health of people across Africa and Asia - including the fluctuating burdens of HIV, malaria and childhood mortality - is revealed today by the publication of the largest ever dataset of individual deaths recorded on-the-ground. Read more...
Three new centres join INDEPTH Network
The INDEPTH family is growing. Three new centres have been approved by the board to join the Network.
They are the Chokwe HDSS in Mozambique; Cross River HDSS in Nigeria and Kyamulibwa HDSS in Uganda.
INDEPTH ED showcases Navrongo HDSS at UNICEF symposium
The Executive Director of the INDEPTH Network, Prof Osman Sankoh, has participated in a three-day symposium on cohorts and longitudinal studies in low- and middle-income countries organised by UNICEF in Florence, Italy. Read more...
INDEPTH Executive Director presents H3Africa/AWI-Gen project to IJE Editors
The INDEPTH Executive Director, Prof Osman Sankoh attended on October 10 in London the annual meeting of editors of the International Journal of Epidemiology. . Read more...
Maternal, child and new born meeting in Navrongo
While under-five deaths continue to decline due to increased survival of post-neonatal infants and children, deaths among newborns less than 28 days old have not substantially . . Read more...
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