Estimation of child malnutrition indicators at micro levels, Bolivian Case
This document. "Estimation of child malnutrition indicators at micro levels, Bolivian Case". shows that one of the main limitations to deal with child malnutrition is the lack of information necessary to guide resources adequately, you must present the only source of information to know this information in Bolivia, is through the National Survey of Demography and Health (ENDSA) that achieves the most, achieves representative at a departmental, urban rural level. This article uses the small area modification technique of Elbers, Lanjouw, and Lanjouw, 2002, 2003, which combines survey information with census data at the individual level, with the proposition of obtaining lower levels of agreement the survey allows. ENDSA is used in its version 4, in conjunction with information from the 2001 National Population and Housing Census, with the vision of providing useful information at the municipal level.