Bibliography

This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within different theme areas of work relating to equity in health in east and southern Africa.

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Added sugar intake in South Africa: Findings from the adult prospective urban and rural epidemiology cohort study
Vorster HH; Kruger A; Wentzel-Viljoen E; Kruger HS; Margetts BM (2014 March)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Geographical inequalities in use of improved drinking water supply and sanitation across Sub-Saharan Africa: Mapping and spatial analysis of cross-sectional survey data
Pullan RL; Freeman MC; Gething PW; Brooker SJ (2014 April)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Health and fitness attitudes and lifestyle habits of urban children in South Africa
Morar D; Coopoo Y; Shaw I; Shaw B (2014 September)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Pediatric asthma and ambient pollutant levels in industrializing nations
Jassal MS (2014 September)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Secular trends in habitual physical activities of Mozambican children and adolescents from Maputo city
dos Santos FK; Maia JA; Gomes TN; Daca T; Madeira A; Damasceno A; Katzmarzyk P; Prista A (2014 October)
Themes:
Poverty and health
A longitudinal study of long-term change in contamination hazards and shallow well quality in two neighbourhoods of Kisumu, Kenya
Okotto-Okotto J; Okotto L; Price H; Pedley S; Wright J (2015 April)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Seasonal variations in under-five mortality, stratified by neonatal, post-neonatal and child mortality, in Korogocho and Viwandani urban slums in Nairobi, Kenya: A time-series analysis on secondary data from the Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Survei
Moberg M (2015)
Themes:
Poverty and health
The nutrition and health transition in the north west province of South Africa: A review of the THUSA (transition and health during urbanisation of South Africans)
Vorster HH; Venter CS; Wissing MP; Margetts BM (2005 August)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Determinants of under nutrition among school age children in a Nairobi peri-urban slum
Chesire EJ; Orago AS; Oteba LP; Echoka E (2008 October)
Themes:
Poverty and health
Overweight and obesity in urban Africa: A problem of the rich or the poor?
Ziraba AK; Fotso JC; Ochako R (2009 December)
Themes:
Poverty and health

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