> Maternal Education, Use of Health Services, and Child Survival: An Analysis of Data from the Bolivia DHS Survey (English) 229
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Studies using data from the World Fertility Survey have shown that , on average, each one-year increment in maternal education corresponds to a reduction of 7 to 9 persent in mortality for children under 5 years of age.
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