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Predictors of Multiple Micronutrient Powder Intake Adherence among Children Aged 6-23 Months in Rasuwa District, Nepal: A Cross-sectional Study
Journal of Institute of Medicine
Introduction Breastfeeding would not be sufficient to meet the micronutrient requirement of children after six months and more prone to iron deficiency anemia. Micronutrient powder (MNP) can be mixed with semi-solid food to feed the children aged 6-23 months, contains 12 different micronutrients, one of the appropriate strategies. The study's objective was to assess adherence to MNP and its predictors among children aged 6-23 months in Rasuwa district of Nepal. MethodsA cross-sectional studydoi:10.3126/jiom.v42i2.37542 fatcat:ayiccmssybbuzpttgz2ubrtqiq