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Inclusion of non- foods causes of malnutrition in CMAM programming

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Naapong Kuuberme Edward

Senior Technical officer,Nutrition/Ghana Health Se

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25 Sep 2016, 07:16

Could non-food causes of malnutrition such as cerebral palsy, congenital defects, amongst others, be factored in data and its analysis, as secondary causes which bring individuals to severe acute malnutrition states?

This could help give a distinct role of causes and interventions other than food insecurity in West Africa- Ghana as a whole.

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