This poster proposes an index to measure nutrition governance.
Livestock Ownership, Animal Source Foods and Human Nutrition in Nepal: Findings from the 2014 PoSHAN Community Survey.
This presentation, given at the First International Buffalo Symposium, uses data collected by the Nutrition Innovation Lab.
An Epidemiological Approach to Understand the Relationship between Maternal Exposure to Mycotoxins, Birth Outcomes, and Stunting in Infants: A Birth Cohort Study in Nepal (ongoing).
This presentation was given at the International Conference for Epidemiologic Research, and discusses aflatoxins and human health
Reported food restrictions in pregnancy and lactation are associated with ethnicity, educatio, and wealth among pregnant women in Banke district
This poster draws on data from a longitudinal birth cohort study conducted in Banke, and addresses food restrictions based on household data. Presented at the 5th Annual Scientific Symposium in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Measuring Nutrition Governance in Nepal: A multi-year assessment of institutional and individual collaboration, capability, and commitment at sub-national levels in Nepal
This poster details evidence gathered from a multi-year assessment of institutional/ individual collaboration and commitment to nutrition governance at sub-national levels in Nepal.
This poster examines different factors associated with mid-upper-arm circumference (MUAC) in pregnant women in Banke, Nepal. Data was taken from a longitudinal observation birth cohort study. Presented at Experimental Biology in 2017.
This poster examines different factors associated with anemia in pregnant women in Banke, Nepal. Data comes from a longitudinal birth cohort study. Presented at Experimental Biology in 2017.
Examining the relationships amoung maternal exposure to aflatoxins, birth outcomes, and stunting in Nepalese infants: protocol for the Aflacohort Birth Cohort Study
This poster details the protocol for the Aflacohort birth cohort study, conducted in Banke, Nepal. Presented at the 5th Annual Scientific Symposium in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Anemia in women of reproductive age, household food insecurity, food consumption and household food production practices in southwestern Bangladesh
This poster shows data from a longitudinal observation study taking place in Bangladesh, examining nutritional status. It was presented by Sabi Gurung at the 5th Annual Scientific Symposium in Nepal.
Anemia through pregnancy is highly correlated with poor birth outcomes, especially low birth weight (LBW). The Nepal DHS 2011 reports prevalence of anemia in pregnant women at 48%.