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Exclusive Breast Feeding Practice and Associated Factors in Kemba Woreda, Southern Ethiopia, a Community Based Cross-Sectional Study
International Journal of Science Technology and Society
Exclusive breastfeeding is defined as feeding infants only breast milk with no addition of any liquid or solids. Evidence shows that sixty percent of under-five mortality caused by malnutrition and more than two-thirds of those are associated with inappropriate breast feeding practices during infancy. The objective of this paper was to assess exclusive breast feeding practice and associated factors among 6-24 months young child in Kemba Woreda. Community based cross sectional study wasdoi:10.11648/j.ijsts.20170504.11 fatcat:cgsp366tkvfhbnsmxjsjvjoffm