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Determining food insecurity: An application of the Rasch Model with household survey data in Uganda
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014)
The inexplicable nature of food insecurity in parts of Uganda and worldwide necessitated an investigation into the nature, extent, and differentials of household food security. The main objective of this study was to examine ...
Health and human rights: A statistical measurement framework using household survey data in Uganda
(BioMed Central, 2015)
Background: Health is intertwined with human rights as is clearly reflected in the right to life. Promotion of health practices in the context of human rights can be accomplished if there is a better understanding of the ...
Determining factors that influence household food insecurity in Uganda: A case study of Tororo and Busia Districts
(Global Society of Scientific Research and Researchers, 2014)
Addressing the national food insecurity problem requires an understanding and measurement of food insecurity at micro-level using a wide range of explanatory variables. Measurement of food insecurity is a challenge because ...
On statistical definition of free and fair election: Bivariate normal distribution model
(Pak Publishing Group, 2014)
The coining of the expression free and fair was a good way towards evaluating elections, but fell short of qualifying its real quantification to guide an informed judgment; this paper provides guidance for such a definition. ...