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Maternal and Child Nutrition
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Journal Article

The authors of this study sought to fill a gap in the documentation of lessons learned in micronutrient powder (MNP) implementation programs. To do so, they used a mixed method evaluation to compare community- and facility-based delivery of MNP and document users’ experiences. Their findings rely on qualitative and quantitative evidence to show that community-based delivery resulted in significantly higher adherence to MNP programs. They also analyze barriers to MNP use and provide predictors of adherence to MNP programs.

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