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Anemia Prevalence and Correlates Among Young Children and Pregnant Women in Indonesia

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  • Amanda Beatty
  • Nick Ingwersen
  • William Leith
  • Clair Null
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    Mathematica Policy Research uses household survey data from Indonesia to examine the prevalence of anemia among children 6-35 months old and pregnant women and identifies risk factors for anemia in those populations.

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    Paper provided by Mathematica Policy Research in its series Mathematica Policy Research Reports with number 31e1360fda4945a290ff943ad9c30990.

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