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Child nutritional status in poor Ethiopian households

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the role of gender, assets and location
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Ethiopia is one the world’s poorest countries with one of the highest rates of child malnutrition. The poor nutritional status of Ethiopian children is well documented, but the causes and relative importance of various determinants of malnutrition are not well understood. Ethiopia thus lacks an integrated cross-sectoral policy to guide nutrition programmes and interventions. While the literature on child malnutrition suggests gender- and location-related differences in malnutrition rates, thi...

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Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
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Young Lives
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Save the Children, UK - Ethiopia
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Young Lives
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Institution:
Addis Abab University, Ethiopia
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Young Lives
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Save the Children, UK
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Institution:
Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa
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Young Lives
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Alemu Mekonnen
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Bekele Tefera
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Tassew Woldehanna
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Nicola Jones
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John Seager
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Publication date:
2005-01-01
URN:
uuid:b65fd47f-a6ed-42ec-b77f-733f60ae0b03
Local pid:
ora:1593
ISBN:
1-904427-27-8

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