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Mapping child growth failure in Africa between 2000 and 2015

Insufficient growth during childhood is associated with poor health outcomes and an increased risk of death. Between 2000 and 2015, nearly all African countries demonstrated improvements for children under 5 years old for stunting, wasting, and underweight, the core components of child growth failur... Full description

Journal Title: Nature 2018, Vol.555(7694), p.41
Main Author: Aaron Osgood-Zimmerman
Other Authors: Anoushka I. Millear , Rebecca W. Stubbs , Chloe Shields , Brandon V. Pickering , Lucas Earl , Nicholas Graetz , Damaris K. Kinyoki , Sarah E. Ray , Samir Bhatt , Annie J. Browne , Roy Burstein , Ewan Cameron , Daniel C. Casey , Aniruddha Deshpande , Nancy Fullman , Peter W. Gething , Harry S. Gibson , Nathaniel J. Henry , Mario Herrero , L. Kendall Krause , Ian D. Letourneau , Aubrey J. Levine , Patrick Y. Liu , Joshua Longbottom , Benjamin K. Mayala , Jonathan F. Mosser , Abdisalan M. Noor , David M. Pigott , Ellen G. Piwoz , Puja Rao , Rahul Rawat , Robert C. Reiner , David L. Smith , Daniel J. Weiss , Kirsten E. Wiens , Ali H. Mokdad , Stephen S. Lim , Christopher J. L. Murray , Nicholas J. Kassebaum , Simon I. Hay
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title: Mapping child growth failure in Africa between 2000 and 2015
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  • Aaron Osgood-Zimmerman
  • Anoushka I. Millear
  • Rebecca W. Stubbs
  • Chloe Shields
  • Brandon V. Pickering
  • Lucas Earl
  • Nicholas Graetz
  • Damaris K. Kinyoki
  • Sarah E. Ray
  • Samir Bhatt
  • Annie J. Browne
  • Roy Burstein
  • Ewan Cameron
  • Daniel C. Casey
  • Aniruddha Deshpande
  • Nancy Fullman
  • Peter W. Gething
  • Harry S. Gibson
  • Nathaniel J. Henry
  • Mario Herrero
  • L. Kendall Krause
  • Ian D. Letourneau
  • Aubrey J. Levine
  • Patrick Y. Liu
  • Joshua Longbottom
  • Benjamin K. Mayala
  • Jonathan F. Mosser
  • Abdisalan M. Noor
  • David M. Pigott
  • Ellen G. Piwoz
  • Puja Rao
  • Rahul Rawat
  • Robert C. Reiner
  • David L. Smith
  • Daniel J. Weiss
  • Kirsten E. Wiens
  • Ali H. Mokdad
  • Stephen S. Lim
  • Christopher J. L. Murray
  • Nicholas J. Kassebaum
  • Simon I. Hay
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description: Insufficient growth during childhood is associated with poor health outcomes and an increased risk of death. Between 2000 and 2015, nearly all African countries demonstrated improvements for children under 5 years old for stunting, wasting, and underweight, the core components of child growth failure. Here we show that striking subnational heterogeneity in levels and trends of child growth remains. If current rates of progress are sustained, many areas of Africa will meet the World Health Organization Global Targets 2025 to improve maternal, infant and young child nutrition, but high levels of growth failure will persist across the Sahel. At these rates, much, if not all of the continent will fail to meet the Sustainable Development Goal target—to end malnutrition by 2030. Geospatial estimates of child growth failure provide a baseline for measuring progress as well as a precision public health platform to target interventions to those populations with the greatest need, in order to reduce health disparities and accelerate progress. Geospatial estimates of child growth failure in Africa provide a baseline for measuring progress and a precision public health platform to target interventions to those populations with the greatest need.
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