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Behavior Change Communication Activities Improve Infant and Young Child Nutrition Knowledge and Practice of Neighboring Non-Participants in a Cluster-Randomized Trial in Rural Bangladesh

Behavior Change Communication Activities Improve Infant and Young Child Nutrition Knowledge and Practice of Neighboring Non-Participants in a Cluster-Randomized Trial in Rural Bangladesh

Author: 
John Hoddinott
Ishita Ahmed
Akhter Ahmed
Shalini Roy
Publication Date
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Affiliation: 

Cornell University (Hoddinott); University of Maryland (I. Ahmed); International Food Policy Research Institute, or IFPRI (A. Ahmed, Roy)

"Studies of nutrition BCC that do not account for information spillovers to non-participants may underestimate its benefits in terms of IYCN knowledge and practice."

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PLoS ONE 12(6): e0179866. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0179866. Image credit: Mohammad Aminul Islam Khandaker

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