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How to find at least one malnourished in a household [message #19385] Tue, 09 June 2020 08:30
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Dear Sir/ Ma'am,
I am working with NFHS-4 (India) household data file (IAHR71FL) with SPSS.
I need to find out the number of households with at least one (child or adult) malnourished for all-India.
For child malnutrition, I need Weight-for-Age (Underweight) for children below 5 years of age (below - 2 SD or above 2 SD).
For adult malnutrition, men age 15-54 and women age 15-49 who are not pregnant and who have not had a birth in the two months before the survey (BMI is not normal: less than 18.5 or more than 24.9).

Please help me to create SPSS syntax for the above-mentioned problem.

Thanks and regards,

Nilanjan Patra
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