The following are the annual reports of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Nutrition for the fiscal year 2017 starting October 2016 through September 2017 (Y7).
Ugandan women with higher dietary diversity scores are more likely to belong to higher than lower BMI quantiles: findings from rural north and southwest Uganda
This poster examines dietary diversity scores and BMI quantiles in northern and southwestern Ugandan districts. Presented at the 5th Annual Scientific Symposium.
This poster draws links between water quality sanitation, among other factors and EED with data from a cross-sectional, observational birth cohort study in southwestern Uganda. Presented at Friedman Fellows in 2017.
Reported food restrictions in pregnancy and lactation are associated with ethnicity, educatio, and wealth among pregnant women in Banke district
This poster draws on data from a longitudinal birth cohort study conducted in Banke, and addresses food restrictions based on household data. Presented at the 5th Annual Scientific Symposium in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Relationship of stunting and overweight in Egyptian children under five years of age: trends and associated risk factors
This poster discusses the double burden of stunting and overweight in Egyptian children using Egyptian DHS data. Presented at Experimental Biology, 2017.
This poster examines different factors associated with mid-upper-arm circumference (MUAC) in pregnant women in Banke, Nepal. Data was taken from a longitudinal observation birth cohort study. Presented at Experimental Biology in 2017.
This poster examines different factors associated with anemia in pregnant women in Banke, Nepal. Data comes from a longitudinal birth cohort study. Presented at Experimental Biology in 2017.
This poster details aflatoxin rates, control practices, and prevention practices in Banke, Nepal. Presented at Experimental Biology in 2017.
This poster examines links between cattle ownership and malaria/anemia in Ugandan children. Presented at ICN 2017.
This poster draws connections between sanitation and malnutrition in Uganda using data from over 3,000 household surveys. Presented at ICN 2017.