Biram Ndiaye

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There are few studies of community growth promotion as a means of addressing malnutrition that are based on longitudinal analysis of large-scale programmes with adequate controls to construct a counterfactual. The current study uses a difference in difference comparison of cohorts to assess the impact on the proportion of underweight children who lived in(More)
Background: Infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices are a critical factor in improving child nutrition. Methods: This study was conducted to document the promotion of optimal child feeding practices in the North and Central Plateau regions in Burkina Faso. Data were collected through a review of available program data, field visits and interviews(More)
The number of malnourished children in Africa continues to increase. It has been proven that such tendency could be stopped or even reversed if the lessons learnt from successful community nutrition programs were applied. The authors do not deny the role that poor socio-economic conditions play on malnutrition, and that those conditions need to be improved(More)
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