Child feeding knowledge and practices among women participating in growth monitoring and promotion in Accra, Ghana

@inproceedings{Gyampoh2014ChildFK,
  title={Child feeding knowledge and practices among women participating in growth monitoring and promotion in Accra, Ghana},
  author={Sandra Gyampoh and Gloria Ethel Otoo and Richmond N O Aryeetey},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Child undernutrition and poor feeding practices remain a concern in Ghana. The Growth Monitoring and Promotion (GMP) programme seeks to empower mothers to provide appropriate child care. Although the program has been implemented in Ghana for over four decades, little is known about its impact on child feeding outcomes. The current study assessed the association between GMP exposure and mothers' child feeding knowledge and practices in the Accra Metropolitan Area (AMA), Ghana… CONTINUE READING

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