Noel  Kanini Joseph
Noel Kanini Joseph
PhD student at Université de Namur
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A vulnerability index for COVID-19: spatial analysis at the subnational level in Kenya
PM Macharia, NK Joseph, EA Okiro
BMJ global health 5 (8), e003014, 2020
Spatial access inequities and childhood immunisation uptake in Kenya
NK Joseph, PM Macharia, PO Ouma, J Mumo, R Jalang’o, PW Wagacha, ...
BMC public health 20, 1-12, 2020
Sub national variation and inequalities in under-five mortality in Kenya since 1965
PM Macharia, E Giorgi, PN Thuranira, NK Joseph, B Sartorius, RW Snow, ...
BMC public health 19, 1-12, 2019
Determinants of subnational disparities in antenatal care utilisation: a spatial analysis of demographic and health survey data in Kenya
KG Wairoto, NK Joseph, PM Macharia, EA Okiro
BMC health services research 20 (1), 665, 2020
Subnational estimates of factors associated with under-five mortality in Kenya: a spatio-temporal analysis, 1993–2014
PM Macharia, NK Joseph, B Sartorius, RW Snow, EA Okiro
BMJ global health 6 (4), e004544, 2021
Spatial variation and inequities in antenatal care coverage in Kenya, Uganda and mainland Tanzania using model-based geostatistics: a socioeconomic and geographical …
PM Macharia, NK Joseph, GK Nalwadda, B Mwilike, A Banke-Thomas, ...
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 22 (1), 908, 2022
The impact of child health interventions and risk factors on child survival in Kenya, 1993–2014: a Bayesian spatio-temporal analysis with counterfactual scenarios
PM Macharia, NK Joseph, RW Snow, B Sartorius, EA Okiro
BMC medicine 19 (1), 102, 2021
Anaemia among Kenyan children: a call for improved monitoring and intervention in school-aged children
EA Okiro, NK Joseph, CW Gitonga, RW Snow
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 114 (8 …, 2020
Progress towards achieving child survival goals in Kenya after devolution: Geospatial analysis with scenario-based projections, 2015–2025
NK Joseph, PM Macharia, EA Okiro
PLOS Global Public Health 2 (10), e0000686, 2022
A vulnerability index for COVID-19: spatial analysis to inform equitable response in Kenya [Preprint]. medRxiv
PM Macharia, NK Joseph, EA Okiro
Small Area Estimation With An Application To Bivariate Spatial Modelling Of Hypertension And Diabetes Prevalence In Kenya
NJ Kanini
University of Nairobi, 2020
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