Social and Behavioral Determinants of Child Undernutrition in Camasca, Honduras

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Pearson, Jay

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Clements III, Dennis

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Story, Mary

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Iskandarani, Maya

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2020-04-18T12:36:14Z

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2020-04-18T12:36:14Z

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2020-04-17

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Global Health Institute

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Child undernutrition remains a significant health challenge around the world despite its high-priority status on the global health agenda. While the global burden of child undernutrition has reached historically low levels, it remains a pressing issue in rural communities of Central America. Through a partnership with a grassroots intervention targeting child undernutrition, this study sought to explore predictors of child nutrition knowledge and child growth outcomes in the community of Camasca in Honduras.

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/20427

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en_US

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Nutrition

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Honduras

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Child nutrition

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Social determinants

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Central America

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Social and Behavioral Determinants of Child Undernutrition in Camasca, Honduras

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Honors thesis

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