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Multisectoral Tools to Guide National and District Anemia Programming

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Anemia is a major global health concern, with negative consequences ranging from poor cognitive  development to infant and maternal mortality. Traditionally, iron deficiency has been focused upon as the cause of anemia; however, emerging research suggests that a host of causes exist. USAID’s global nutrition project, SPRING, has developed two complementary tools to help countries assess and address their national and local-level anemia situations. These tools have been developed with input from both experts and users to ensure they are accessible, usable, and adaptable for the purposes required. The success of these tools is highly dependent upon their adoption by relevant national bodies and is likely to be most effective when introduced at opportune times.

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Year 2017
Authors Teemar Fisseha, Phil Harvey
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/CYYX9522
DOI Number 10.52439/CYYX9522
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