Infant mortality is a worldwide problem with the highest rates beings recorded in developing countries. Low infant birth weight and stunting are among the major contributing factors towards the problem. Over 20 million infants worldwide are born with low birth weight with more than 95.6% of these infants being born in developing countries. An infant's birth weight and length are dependant on a number of factors including maternal related factors. This book highlights the Relationship between Maternal Anthropometry (height, delivery weight and MUAC), Socio-demographic Factors and Infant Anthropometry (weight and length) at birth. The findings are useful in providing a new insight of other interventions that may be incorporated in the Antenatal Clinics in addition to the existing ones to curb the high rates of infant mortality in developing countries.