Mahamadou, Tanimoune

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Effect of complementary feeding programme using micronutrient fortified blended food on anaemia among refugees in Rwanda

Objectives To assess the impact of the Infant and Young Child nutrition programme, providing complementary feeding using micronutrient fortified blended food, on anaemia reduction.Specifically :measure the prevalence of anemia in children aged 6-59 investigate IYCN practices among children aged 0-23 months. Methods Two cross sectional surveys were conducted with three years interval. A simple random

Promoting women nutrition in Nyamagabe and Rutsiro Districts in Rwanda

Objectives To assess the effect of supplementary feeding using micronutrient fortified blended food in achieving Women Diet Diversity in food insecure and vulnerable household. Methods A simple random sampling strategy was applied to provide statistically representative information at district level. Inclusion criteria for the survey was any household from UBUDEHE 1 or 2 (poor and

Provision of micronutrient fortified foods alongside nutrition education enhances achievement of dietary diversity in children under 2 years

Objectives To assess the degree to which provision of micronutrient fortified foods alongside nutrition education enhances achievement of dietary diversitySpecifically:Assess the proportion of children achieving MAD Methods A simple random sampling strategy was applied to provide statistically representative information at district level. Inclusion criteria for the survey was any household with children aged 6-23 months

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