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Projection of population of stunted children under five years and anaemic women of reproductive age in thirteen low, upper and high income 100 million+ countries around the world up to 2050

Publication Details

Authors: Manoj Kumar Raut, Ananta Baudev Sahu
Publication date: July 2018
Source: International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health, Volume 5, No 7: 2878-2887


This study estimated the percentage of reduction necessary in stunted children under five years and anaemic women to reach the World Health Assembly Resolution targets in thirteen countries with a population of 100 million plus.

Demographic techniques were applied to project the numbers using the average annual rates of reduction recommended in the world health assembly.

In order to achieve these rates of reduction, programs aimed at reducing stunting and anaemia must be accelerated in India and Nigeria, which are high burden countries.




Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Infant and Young Child Nutrition, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Research Documents, United States of America, Women and Girls' Nutrition