An analysis of socio-demographic patterns in child malnutrition trends using Ghana demographic and health survey data in the period 1993–2008

@inproceedings{Amugsi2013AnAO,
  title={An analysis of socio-demographic patterns in child malnutrition trends using Ghana demographic and health survey data in the period 1993–2008},
  author={Dickson Abanimi Amugsi and Maurice B. Mittelmark and Anna Lartey},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND A small but growing body of research indicates that progress in reducing child malnutrition is substantially uneven from place to place, even down to the district level within countries. Yet child malnutrition prevalence and trend estimates available for public health planning are mostly available only at the level of global regions and/or at country level. To support carefully targeted intervention to reduce child malnutrition, public health planners and policy-makers require access… CONTINUE READING

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