Going beyond the surface: Gendered intra-household bargaining as a social determinant of child health and nutrition in low and middle income countries
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KeywordsGender; Child health; Child nutrition; Social determinants; Intra-household bargaining; Decision-making power; Low income countries; Intersectional;
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