Stunting Among Children in Yemen: Prevalence and Associated Factors

by Dan Campbell on August 13, 2015

Stunting Among Children in Yemen: Prevalence and Associated Factors, June 2015.

Author: Laetícia Rodrigues de Souza, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG).

Thus these models allow us to conclude that our main findings would remain similar after controlling for adequate child feeding: mother’s nutrition and education, access to land, living in a household where there is at least one long-term SWF beneficiary (marginally significant), living in a non-poor household (marginally significant), eating protein more often, having good hygiene practices—such as washing hands with water and soap, owning a refrigerator and not having a disease—remain strongly associated with a lower likelihood of child stunting in Yemen.


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