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2021-08-02A multilevel analysis of individual and contextual factors associated with the practice of safe disposal of children’s faeces in sub-Saharan AfricaSeidu, A-A; Ahinkorah, BO; Kissah-Korsah, K; Agbaglo, E; Dadzie, LK; Ameyaw, EK; Budu, E; Hagan, JE
2021-02-08Barriers to healthcare access and healthcare seeking for childhood illnesses among childbearing women in sub-Saharan Africa: A multilevel modelling of Demographic and Health SurveysAhinkorah, BO; Budu, E; Seidu, A-A; Agbaglo, E; Adu, C; Ameyaw, EK; Ampomah, IG; Archer, AG; Kissah-Korsah, K; Yaya, S
2020-12-01Loneliness and its Associated Risk Factors Among in-School Adolescents in Tanzania: Cross-Sectional Analyses of the Global School-Based Health Survey DataAmu, H; Seidu, AA; Agbemavi, W; Ahinkorah, BO; Ameyaw, EK; Amoah, A; Dadzie, LK; Kissah-Korsah, K
2021-10-06Maternal and child factors associated with early initiation of breastfeeding in Chad: evidence from nationally representative cross-sectional data.Ahinkorah, BO; Seidu, A-A; Budu, E; Mohammed, A; Adu, C; Ameyaw, EK; Kissah-Korsah, K; Adoboi, F; Yaya, S
2021-03-19Mixed effects analysis of factors associated with health insurance coverage among women in sub-Saharan AfricaAmu, H; Seidu, A-A; Agbaglo, E; Dowou, RK; Ameyaw, EK; Ahinkorah, BO; Kissah-Korsah, K
2020-01Psychosocial distress among in-school adolescents in Mozambique: a cross-sectional study using the Global School-Based Health Survey data.Amu, H; Seidu, A-A; Agbemavi, W; Afriyie, BO; Ahinkorah, BO; Ameyaw, EK; Kissah-Korsah, K
2020-01Suicidal behaviours among in-school adolescents in Mozambique: Cross-sectional evidence of the prevalence and predictors using the Global School-Based Health Survey data.Seidu, A-A; Amu, H; Dadzie, LK; Amoah, A; Ahinkorah, BO; Ameyaw, EK; Acheampong, HY; Kissah-Korsah, K
2016Women's Health Decision-Making Autonomy and Skilled Birth Attendance in Ghana.Ameyaw, EK; Tanle, A; Kissah-Korsah, K; Amo-Adjei, J