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Published on Feb 11, 2019
Despite Peru's efforts to improve birth and death registrations with online systems, registration rates are still not improving. José Llanos Solórzano, Data Analyst, National Institute of Statistics and Informatics and Fellow at the University of Melbourne explains why his work to estimate the coverage and omission of the births and deaths register at the national and subnational levels are important to monitor and control health outcomes.
For more information on the Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health Initiative, visit: www.crvsgateway.info