Browsing Department of Health Promotion and Development by Subject "Ghana"
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An analysis of socio-demographic patterns in child malnutrition trends using Ghana demographic and health survey data in the period 1993-2008 (BioMed Central Ltd., 2013-10-16)Background A small but growing body of research indicates that progress in reducing child malnutrition is substantially uneven from place to place, even down to the district level within countries. Yet child malnutrition ...Peer reviewedJournal article
Dietary Diversity is a Predictor of Acute Malnutrition in Rural but Not in Urban Settings: Evidence from Ghana (Sciencedomain international, 2014-06-05)Aims: To document the relationships between child dietary diversity and acute malnutrition (wasting) in urban and rural Ghana, controlling for maternal, child and household socio-demographic characteristics. Study Design: ...Journal article
The Impacts of Gender Attitudes and Socio-Economic Determinants on Ideal Fertility: A Study among Young Men in Ghana (The University of Bergen, 2017-06-24)Introduction Fertility is one of most important factors of demographic studies; alarming Total Fertility Rate (TFR) threatens developing indicators in many ways. Gender equality, child and infant mortality, achieving of ...Master thesis
(BioMed Central, 2012-08-15)Background: In Western countries, the relationship between smoking intentions and smoking behaviour is well established. However, youth smoking intentions and associated factors in developing countries are largely unexplored ...Peer reviewedJournal article