Determinants of Severe Acute Malnutrition among under Five Children in Shashogo Woreda, Southern Ethiopia- A Community Based Matched Case Control Study

Nebiyu Dereje

Abstract


Severe acute malnutrition is one of the major killers of under five children in developing countries including Ethiopia. However, little information is known about the determinant factors of severe acute malnutrition, which is obtained from hospital based studies is available. Hence this study was aimed to identify the determinants of severe acute malnutrition in Shashogo woreda, Southern Ethiopia.

Keywords


Severe acute malnutrition, under five children, matched case control study

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