Table of contents for National Nutrition Programme : baseline survey 2004, report / contributors, Tahmeed Ahmed ... [et al.] ; [editors, M. Shamsul Islam Khan, Tahmeed Ahmed, S.K. Roy].


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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1  B ackground............................................................................................................ 25
1.2 Objectives of the NNP Baseline Survey...................................... ............. 26
CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY                                                                            27
2.1  Survey  design.................... ......................................................................27
2.2  Estimation  of sample  size.............................................................................   27
M ap  O f Bangladesh..................................... .................................................... 28
2.3  Sam pling  w eight......................................... .....................................................  31
2.4 Questionnaire development.................................................  32
2.5 Survey methodology......................................................    32
2.6  Procedure of data collection........................................................................   33
2.7  Coordination  and  training.............................................................................  34
2.8 Data management and analysis....................................................................  34
2.9  Response  rate..................... ...............................................................................35
CHAPTER 3: HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS                                                              38
3.2 Characteristics of household heads...................................... ............... 39
3.3 Education and marital status of household members..................................  40
3.4 Background characteristics of households............................... ............. 42
CHAPTER 4: HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF UNDER-2 CHILDREN 48
4.1 Household characteristics of under-2 children.............................. ......... 48
4.2 Access to health and nutrition services................................. .............. 53
4.3 Healthcare-seeking of mothers of under-2 children.............................. .....  57
4.4 Maternal knowledge and practice of nutrition............................... ......... 61
4.5 Nutritional status of under-2 children and their mothers........................................ 71
4.6 Micronutrient status of under-2 children ...................................... 85
4.7 Association of nutritional status of under-2 children with different variables.......87
4.8 Results of multivariate analyses ...................................................94
HAPTER 5: HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF 24-59 MONTHS OLD CHILDREN                               98
5.1 Household characteristics of childrens ...............................      99
5.2  Access to  health  and  nutrition  services.................................... ..........................  104
5.3 Maternal knowledge and practice of nutrition............................................... 109
5.4  Nutritional status of under-5  children...................................................................  114
5.5 Association of nutritional status and results of multivariate analyses................. 128
CHAPTER 6: HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS 138
6.1 Background characteristics of adolescent girls....................... .........  139
6.2 Access to health and nutrition services ............................... 142
6.3 Food intake and food insecurity...............................           147
6.4 Health and nutrition-related knowledge and practice.............................   150
6.5 Social insecurity and reproductive health........................... ....... 153
6.6 Nutritional status of adolescent girls............................  ....... 155
6.7 Micronutrient status and stool parasites ........................................ 160
6.8 Results of multivariate analyses ................................        162
CHAPTER 7: HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PREGNANT WOMEN 166
7.1 Households and background characteristics of pregnant women ......................167
7.2 Access to health and nutritional services ...............................  173
7.3 Health and nutrition-related knowledge and practice.............................   178
7.4 Nutritional status of pregnant women................................     186
7.5 Micronutrient status and stool parasites of pregnant women............................ 189
7.6 Results of multivariate analyses ................................        191
CHAPTER 8: PREGNANCY WEIGHT GAIN AND BIRTH-WEIGHT                                             195
8.1  Introduction  ........................................................................................................  196
8.2  M ethods and  procedures.......................................................................................  196
8.3 Pregnancy weight gain.....................................               198
8.4  B irth-w eight..........................................................................................................  200
CHAPTER 9: QUALITY CONTROL OF DATA COLLECTION                                                 204
9.1 Quality control of household data collection and anthropometry ....................... 204
9.2 Quality control of micronutrient survey................................  205
9.3 Quality control of pregnancy weight gain and weight of newborns................. 206
9.4 Supervisor-level quality-control teams................................  206
CHAPTER 10 :      RECOMMENDATIONS ........................................                     207
APPENDIX A        Anthropometry and Reference Standards ..................................... 211
APPENDIX B        Comparison of CDC/WHO 1978 and CDC 2000
Reference Standards for Anthropometry ...........................            220
APPENDIX C        NNP Baseline Survey 2004 Questionnaires ..................................... ........ 265



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: National Nutrition Programme (Bangladesh)