20. About the last live birth:
_ (No. of) daughters died
Question 20: The last time the subject gave birth
Only ask this question of women whose total number of children is other than "00", recorded in 19.d.
The last childbirth (also referred to as "the most recent childbirth") of the subject is the birth closest to the time of the investigation, and is one live birth (or more than one, if twins or triplets), regardless of whether that child is alive at the time of the investigation.
If a woman who gave birth for the first time, it is also "the most recent childbirth".
20.c) Are the children currently alive?
In the appropriate box, the investigator writes down the most recent childbirth that died before the investigation. For example, a woman reports that she gave birth to boy and girl twins in the most recent childbirth, but the boy died at three months, and only the girl is currently alive, the record should show: [An example has been omitted.]