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2020 Explaining changes in wealth inequalities in child health: the case of stunting and wasting in Nigeria
Malnutrition is a major cause of child death, and many children suffer from acute and chronic malnutrition. Nigeria has the second-highest b...Download this report
Malnutrition is a widespread problem, affecting the global population at some life stage. This public health epidemic targets everyone, but ...Download this report
2020 Predictors of suboptimal adherence to isoniazid preventive therapy among adolescents and children living with HIV
This study identified factors associated with adherence to a 6-month isoniazid preventive therapy (IPT) course among adolescents and childre...
2019 Interactions between the family and the state in children's health, education and social development
This chapter considers how families and the state interact in facilitating human development across childhood, with a particular focus on he...