- The data is supposed to be available here, but as of April 2017, it's out of service.
The NDVI data for 2001-2006, based on MODIS satellite sensors (better data quality than AVHRR but only for more recent periods), is available here.
Datasets for Development Economists. Post a comment if you know any information relevant to each dataset.
UNICEF, WHO, The World Bank and UN Population Division, "Levels and Trends of Child Mortality in 2006: Estimates developed by the Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation", New York, 2007.Section 2 of this document is also useful to learn how to estimate infant and child mortality rates from each type of data (vital registration, household surveys, etc.). The resulting estimates are available online at childinfo.org for selected years and at CME Info Child Mortality Estimates for all years since 1950.
The GPS survey manual for Demographic and Health Surveys.
This manual is more technical than the above.
"After a listing survey in late 2001, a population-representative sample of households living in Purworejo kabupaten were interviewed every four months beginning in 2002 and continuing through 2005. A longer-term follow-up was conducted five years after the start of the survey in 2007." (Lafave and Thomas (2016), p. 1926)See section 4 of Lafave and Thomas (2016) for more detail, including data quality issues.