The validity of an area-based method to estimate the size of hard-to-reach populations using satellite images: the example of fishing populations of Lake Victoria.

Nash, S; Tittle, V; Abaasa, A; Sanya, RE; Asiki, G; Hansen, CH; Grosskurth, H; Kapiga, S; Grundy, C; Lake Victoria Consortium for Health Research; +23 more... , COLLABORATORS; Kaleebu, P; Abaasa, A; Seeley, J; Kibengo, F; Gershim, A; Kuteesa, M; Sanya, RE; Elliott, A; Kiwanuka, N; Ssetaala, A; Bukusi, E; Kwena, Z; Kapiga, S; Hansen, C; Hashim, R; Kisanga, E; Sichalwe, S; Grosskurth, H; Nielsen, L; de de Bont, J; Kamali, A; Fast, P; (2018) The validity of an area-based method to estimate the size of hard-to-reach populations using satellite images: the example of fishing populations of Lake Victoria. Emerging themes in epidemiology, 15. p. 11. ISSN 1742-7622 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12982-018-0079-5

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