Nutritional Failure in Ecuador : Causes, Consequences, and Solutions
AbstractThis study supports the development of a more coherent and effective nutrition strategy in Ecuador through an analysis of the main nutrition issues, based on in-depth statistical analysis of a large new household survey dataset (ENDEMAIN 2004) and other data sources, together with a review of qualitative evidence regarding behavioral and program-access obstacles to improved nutritional outcomes. It also reviews the existing programs and policies which aim to improve nutritional outcomes, considered the available evidence on the efficiency, effectiveness, targeting and inter-programmatic coherence of the programs and projects reviewed and suggests an agenda for policy discussions to improve these outcomes.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by The World Bank in its series World Bank Publications with number 6651 and published in 2007.
Health Monitoring and Evaluation Health; Nutrition and Population - Nutrition Health; Nutrition and Population - Population Policies Poverty Reduction - Rural Poverty Reduction Early Child and Children's Health Health; Nutrition and Population;
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