Skip to main content

Table 6 Derivation of Probability of Dying, Mortality Levels and Reference Period, Northern Nigeria, NDHS 2008

From: Survival probability and predictors for woman experience childhood death in Nigeria: “analysis of north–south differentials”

Age x FP(i) CEB(i) CA(i) CD(i) P(i) D(i) K(i) qx(i) l x(i) ML Ref. P
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
15-19 1 3193 1209 1056 153 0.3786 0.1266 0.8864 0.1122 0.8879 13.26 2007.5
20-24 2 3169 5257 4350 907 1.6589 0.1725 0.9395 0.1621 0.8379 12.10 2006.1
25-29 3 3200 10199 8429 1770 3.1872 0.1736 0.9296 0.1614 0.8386 13.29 2004.3
30-34 5 2361 11377 8988 2389 4.8187 0.2100 0.9795 0.2057 0.7943 12.42 2002.2
35-39 10 1947 12043 9246 2797 6.1854 0.2323 1.0483 0.2435 0.7565 12.21 1999.9
40-44 15 1620 10731 8465 2266 6.6241 0.2112 1.0364 0.2189 0.7811 13.76 1997.4
45-49 20 1541 11771 8365 3406 7.6386 0.2894 1.0161 0.2941 0.7059 11.68 1994.6
  1. FP(i): Female population; CEB(i): Children ever born; CA(i): Children alive; CD(i): Children dead; P(i): Average parity; D(i): Proportion of children dead; K(i): Multiplier; qx(i): Probability of dying; lx(i): Probability of surviving; ML: Mortality level; Ref. P: Reference period.