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Infant and young child feeding practices in Chepang communities.

@article{Subedi2012InfantAY,
  title={Infant and young child feeding practices in Chepang communities.},
  author={Narayan Subedi and Susan Paudel and Tika Rana and Amod Kumar Poudyal},
  journal={Journal of Nepal Health Research Council},
  year={2012},
  volume={10 21},
  pages={
          141-6
        }
}
BACKGROUND Infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices differ in communities due to difference in knowledge, culture, health service utilization, and other socio-economic factors. The objective of this study was to explore the knowledge and practices of Chepang mothers on ICYF and their correlates. METHODS Cross sectional descriptive study was conducted in Chepang communities of Makawanpur district. Quantitative methodology was used in which 360 mothers of under children under two were… 

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