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Figure 3: Vaccination Camps and Gender Difference in Vaccination

7

0.7

6.5

0.6

Girls Boys Diff Diff, Adjusted

Average Total Vaccinations

6

5.5

5

4.5

4

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0

Average Total Vaccinations for Boys Minus Average Total Vaccinations for Girls

3.5

  • -

    0.1

3

  • 0

    1

n=1681

21 n=200

2 3

43 n=108

4 5

n=224

n=73

Number of Vaccination Camps in the Previous Year

56 n=28

6+

7 n=90

  • -

    0.2

Notes: This figure reports differences in total number of vaccinations by gender and the average number of vaccinations graphed against the reported number of vaccination camps in the previous year. The data is from the National Family and Health Survey 1998-1999, for children aged 6 months to 2 years. Labels represent number of villages in each category.

Figure 4: Distance to Nearest Vaccination Source and Gender Difference in Vaccination

6.5

0.4

2,755

0.35

Average Total Vaccinations

6

5.5

5

4.5

2,608

2,470

2,548

0.3

0.25

0.2

0.15

0.1

Average Total Vaccinations for Boys Minus Average Total Vaccinations for Girls

Girls Boys Diff

4

0.05

3,497

3.5

1-3 km 1

4-5 km

6-8 km

9-12 km

2

3

4

Distance to Nearest Vaccination Source

13+ km 5

0

Notes: This figure reports differences in total number of vaccinations by gender and the average number of vaccinations graphed against the distance to the nearest vaccination source (a primary health center, community health center or government hospital). The data is from the National Family and Health Survey 1998-1999. Labels represent number of children in each category. Data is limited to rural villages with no vaccination source in the village.

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