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Participatory Nutrition Education is a Catalyst for Dietary Diversity

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    The nutrition education intervention “Improving Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices” was integrated into the nutrition-sensitive agriculture project “Improving Food Security and Market Linkages for Smallholders (MALIS)” in Otdar Meanchey (OMC) and Preah Vihear (PVR), Cambodia from 2013–2015. The overall objective of the MALIS project was to improve the food and nutrition security of vulnerable rural families who depended primarily on agriculture for their livelihoods. The nutrition educatio n intervention was specifically aimed at improving the dietary intake of families and young children through nutrition and health education.
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