Female Autonomy, Use of Family Planning and Maternal Health in Nigeria (Poster Presentation)
Published at 2013 International Conference on Family Planning Ethiopia
Published in 2013
Adeyemi, E.O., and Adetoro, G.W.
Samuel Olugbemisola » Samuel Gbemisola W. had her first, second and third degrees in Demography and Social Statistics from Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Her thesis was titled, “Proximate Determinants: The Pathways of Influence of Underlying Factors on Under-five Mortality in Nigeria”. she is an alumna of the Young Scientists Summer Programme, Laxenburg, Austria. She has collaboration with the UN-Habitat,... view full profile
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