Education and micronutrient deficiencies: an ecological study exploring interactions between women's schooling and children's micronutrient status.Harding, Kassandra L.
Aguayo, Victor M.
Masters, William A.
Background: Formal education can be a nutrition-sensitive intervention that supports the scale-up and impact of nutrition-specific actions. Maternal education has long been linked to child survival, growth, and development while adult earnings and nutrition are tied to years in school as a child. However, less is known about the relationship between maternal education and the micronutrient status ... read more
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