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Re: How is sampling done for child development and child diet? [message #23707 is a reply to message #23703] Thu, 11 November 2021 02:10 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
jejimel is currently offline  jejimel
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Thank you for your quick response. This is very helpful! I'm working with 15 surveys, two of which are Uganda 2016 and Burundi 2016-2017 (as examples). Using the questionnaires in the appendices, I was able to confirm that the ECDI was administered to the youngest child 36-59 months of age. However, I am still struggling to understand the sampling process for child diet for this age group. The questionnaire instructions and skip patterns indicate that data should be collected for the youngest child born between 2014-2016, corresponding to the youngest child <24 months of age. However, there is diet data available for older children 36-59 months of age and it is not clear how they were sampled.
 
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