Socio-economic factors Influencing Infant and Child Mortality among the Zou of Manipur

Gin Khan Khual, D K Limbu


The present study was conducted to find out the influence of
socio-economic factors on infant and child mortality among the Zou,
a tribal population of Manipur. A cross-sectional study was executed
among 533 mothers of age 17- 49 years following house to house
visits from December 2016 to February 2017. The finding shows
there is a significant correlation of the educational level of the
mother, household income, child immunization to that of infant and
child mortality in the study population.

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