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- Abebe, Zeweter; Haki, Gulelat Desse; Baye, Kaleab
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; child nutrition; children; counseling; cross-sectional studies; extension programs; growth retardation; interviews; mothers; nutrition education; nutritional status; rural areas; socioeconomic status; underweight; Ethiopia; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Little is known about how the knowledge and the knowledge-sharing effectiveness (KSE) of health extension workers (HEWs) affect maternal knowledge of optimal infant and young child feeding (IYCF) and their child’s nutritional status. The objective of this study was to evaluate mothers’ and HEWs’ knowledge of key IYCF practices and to investigate whether mothers’ knowledge and HEWs’ KSE are associa ...
- Christian, Aaron K.; Marquis, Grace S.; Colecraft, Esi K.; Lartey, Anna; Sakyi-Dawson, Owuraku; Ahunu, Ben K.; Butler, Lorna M.
- The British journal of nutrition 2016 v.115 no.2 pp. 351-360
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; adults; agroecological zones; animal-based foods; attitudes and opinions; caregivers; child nutrition; children; data collection; education; food intake; households; rural communities; Ghana; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Caregivers’ nutrition knowledge and attitudes may influence the variety of foods available in the household and the quality of children’s diets. To test the link, this study collected data on caregivers’ (n 608) nutrition knowledge and feeding attitudes as well as the diets of their household and of their 2–5-year-old children in twelve rural communities nested in the three main agro-ecological zo ...
- Stallings, Tiffany L.; Gazmararian, Julie A.; Goodman, Michael; Kleinbaum, David
- Journal of hunger & environmental nutrition 2016 v.11 no.1 pp. 86-101
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; prospective studies; raw fruit; African Americans; women; nutrition education; farmers; logit analysis; WIC Program; children; vegetable consumption; vegetables; markets; child nutrition; infants; Georgia; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Objective: Evaluate the impact of Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) among Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) participants. Methods: Prospective study enrolling non-FMNP and FMNP (received $30 of FMNP coupons for fresh fruits and vegetables [F&V]) WIC recipients. Three surveys collected F&V intake for mother and child and nutrition knowledge/compete ...