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Melaku Begashaw

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TopicForum areaDate posted
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance10 October 2011
Ambulatory Therapautic Feeding CentrePrevention and treatment of severe acute malnutrition30 April 2012
What is the reason the index of dispersion and its test vary in the ENA 'Results Antropometry' page and in the plausibility testAssessment and Surveillance15 May 2012
IYCF inteventions impact on StuntingInfant and young child feeding interventions26 June 2012
Despite having worse wasting level and similar stunting level, why South Asia have less under five mortality than Sub Saharan Africa? Cross-cutting issues29 January 2019

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TopicForum areaDate posted
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance10 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance10 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance10 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance13 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance13 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance15 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance19 October 2011
Is it valid to use similar cut-off points for prevalence of wasting using z scores for different countries and contexts?Assessment and Surveillance26 October 2011
SMART flags vs WHO flags in SMART surveysAssessment and Surveillance26 April 2012
SMART flags vs WHO flags in SMART surveysAssessment and Surveillance26 April 2012
Ambulatory Therapautic Feeding CentrePrevention and treatment of severe acute malnutrition1 May 2012
Z-scoresPrevention and treatment of severe acute malnutrition4 May 2012
What is the reason the index of dispersion and its test vary in the ENA 'Results Antropometry' page and in the plausibility testAssessment and Surveillance15 May 2012
What is the reason the index of dispersion and its test vary in the ENA 'Results Antropometry' page and in the plausibility testAssessment and Surveillance15 May 2012
Comparison of MUAC and W/H Prevalence?Assessment and Surveillance21 June 2012
IYCF inteventions impact on StuntingInfant and young child feeding interventions26 June 2012
IYCF inteventions impact on StuntingInfant and young child feeding interventions3 July 2012
IYCF inteventions impact on StuntingInfant and young child feeding interventions8 July 2012
IYCF inteventions impact on StuntingInfant and young child feeding interventions8 July 2012
SE Asian Growth StandardsAssessment and Surveillance17 June 2015
Age Ratio Check in SMARTAssessment and Surveillance9 December 2016
Despite having worse wasting level and similar stunting level, why South Asia have less under five mortality than Sub Saharan Africa? Cross-cutting issues30 January 2019
Despite having worse wasting level and similar stunting level, why South Asia have less under five mortality than Sub Saharan Africa? Cross-cutting issues30 January 2019