CE-DAT

Factors associated with stunting among pre-school children in southern highlands of Tanzania

Child wasting in emergency pockets: A meta-analysis of small-scale surveys from Ethiopia

Monitoring Mortality in Forced Migrants—Can Bayesian Methods Help Us to Do Better with the (Little) Data We Have?

Tefera Darge Delbiso

Tefera Darge Delbiso is a Research Associate and PhD student at CRED. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Statistics and a master’s degree in Population Studies from Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; and an Advanced Master’s degree in Public Health Methodology from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium. He was a Lecturer at Hawassa University, Ethiopia, and Research Advisor at Marie Stopes International Ethiopia.

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The Complex Emergency Database: a global repository of small-scale surveys on nutrition, health and mortality

The burden of armed conflict: a public health approach

CRED Technical Brief: Outbreaks in Fragile States. Yellow Fever in Darfur September – December 2012

Famines in Africa: is early warning early enough?

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