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Using prospective longitudinal data, this article describes recent changes in the levels of adult mortality among married men aged 20-59 in selected rural areas of Malawi and Kenya, and in the age pattern of their mortality. Sampled areas have, respectively, moderate and high HIV prevalence. The observed annual probability of dying for males interviewed in an initial wave of each study and then reported as deceased in follow-up interviews is 0.031 in Nyanza and 0.016 in Malawi. Compared to lifedoi:10.11564/20-2-399 fatcat:3g7umhcdezc55jjna62avrc26i