• Psychology
  • Published 2008

development study Africa: evidence from the Gilgel Gibe growth and symptoms of anxiety and depression in east Food insecurity, stressful life events and

@inproceedings{Hadley2008developmentSA,
  title={development study Africa: evidence from the Gilgel Gibe growth and symptoms of anxiety and depression in east Food insecurity, stressful life events and},
  author={Craig Hadley and Ayalew Tegegn and Fasil Tessema and John A. Cowan and Makonnen Asefa and Sandro Galea},
  year={2008}
}
ABSTRACTObjectives: Common mental disorders are a majorcontributor to the burden of disease in developingcountries. An assessment was carried out of whetherfood insecurity and exposure to stressful life events, twocommon features of life in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), areassociated with symptoms of mental disorders amongadults.Methods: The Gilgel Gibe Growth and DevelopmentStudy (GGGDS) is an ongoing cohort study in ruralEthiopia. Participants of the GGGDS were randomlyselected from households… CONTINUE READING

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