Factors Influencing Undernutrition Among Children Under 5 Years from Cocoa-Growing Communities in Bougainville

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BMJ Global Health

In Papua New Guinea, half of the children under the age of five are undernourished. This is more than double the global average. By using data from a comprehensive 2017 cross-sectional livelihoods survey in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, this study examines factors associated with stunting, wasting and underweight in cocoa growers’ children under the age of five.

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