Improving Child Nutrition through Quality Certification of Infant Foods: Policy Implications of a Scoping Study in Ghana (IGC Policy Brief)

Abstract

This scoping study provides a diagnosis and prescription for large-scale improvements in child nutrition, to be achieved through testing and certification of nutrient densities in locally produced fortified infant foods.

Citation

Masters, W.A.; Kuwornu, J.; Sarpong, D. Improving Child Nutrition through Quality Certification of Infant Foods: Policy Implications of a Scoping Study in Ghana (IGC Policy Brief). International Growth Centre (IGC), London, UK (2011) 3 pp.

Improving Child Nutrition through Quality Certification of Infant Foods: Policy Implications of a Scoping Study in Ghana (IGC Policy Brief)

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