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Evaluation Framework

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Evaluation Framework

  1. 1. , Estimating the impact of GEHIP (T) on the survival of children is given by the multi-level discrete time hazard model… Where: 𝛂(t) = a three knot linear spline function of age in months, t, that captures the underlying hazard of death by months of age between 1 and 60 months., such that 𝛂(t) = {𝐭−𝐜𝐚 }, where {} means, take the positive value and zero otherwise, c defines knots for three segments of age (a) of child for 𝐜𝟏=1 (neonates), zero otherwise, 𝐜𝟐= 2, children over one months of age, and 𝐜𝟑= 13 for the months of post infancy, permitting the estimation of interactions of independent variables with t , thereby estimating the conditional effects of treatment or health strengthening with mortality risks among newborns, infants, or post-infant children.
  2. 2. , The odds of childhood death relative to the underlying risk of death over months of age t
  3. 3. , Adjustment for the confounding effects of J household and parental characteristics (H) for individual I in village v
  4. 4. , Adjustment for the confounding effects of K community characteristics in village v
  5. 5. , An adjustment for the confounding effects of treatment village v characteristics
  6. 6. ,
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  8. 8. , The main effects of the index of health systems strength on childhood survival in village v
  9. 9. , The end of project conditional effect of health systems strength in treatment villages v
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