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The effect of early age stunting on cognitive achievement among children in Vietnam

Le Thuc Duc

The effect of early age stunting on cognitive achievement among children in Vietnam

by Le Thuc Duc

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Published by Young Lives, Dept. of International Development, University of Oxford in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Vietnam -- Growth,
  • Stature -- Economic aspects -- Vietnam,
  • Cognitive learning -- Vietnam

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 18-19).

    StatementLe Thuc Duc.
    SeriesWorking paper -- no. 45
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ792.V5 D83 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 20 p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23690646M
    ISBN 109781904427506
    LC Control Number2009396175
    OCLC/WorldCa430346672

    Poster Presentation Schedule. For a proper view, please use a Desktop Based internet browser (Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Explorer etc). Effect of protein energy malnutrition on the diarrheal electrolyte imbalance in children of Chittagong region, Bangladesh. Indian J of Nutrition Link; Nutritional status among the children of age group years in selected arsenic exposed and non-exposed areas of .

    Malnutrition increases the risk of infection and infectious disease, and moderate malnutrition weakens every part of the immune system. For example, it is a major risk factor in the onset of active tuberculosis. Protein and energy malnutrition and deficiencies of specific micronutrients (including iron, zinc, and vitamins) increase susceptibility to : Eating a diet in which nutrients are either . One key the status of children’s early health and nutrition at age 1indicator of long-term malnutrition is stunting, a failure has a positive and statistically significant effect on cogni-to reach biological potential for growth, resulting in low tive achievement at age height-for-age.

    Project 3: In rural western Kenya, 84 percent of children below age five live in homes without a single children’s book. The children’s books that exist are predominantly printed in an official national language, with few produced in the local languages. Linear growth failure leading to stunting mostly occurs before age 2 years, withstunting in older children reflecting growth failure in early life. Many studies showthat stunting is associated with poor mental and motor development in infants andwith low scores in cognitive tests, increased frequency of behavioral problems andpoor school.


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Undernutrition in early life is highly prevalent in low- and middle-income countries and has devastating implications for child development as well as long-lasting consequences for adult human capital and national economic growth.

Stunting and its implications for child development are in general considered irreversible beyond the ‘first days’ since conception. First, 36% of children stunted at age 8 y managed to catch up with their peers by age 15 y, and those who caught up had smaller deficits in cognitive scores than did children who remained stunted.

Stunting (length‐for‐age z score age has shown associations with poor child developmental indicators, but information at the population level is scarce in South Asia, the region with the highest burden of stunting. We examined associations between z scores (i.e., height for age [HAZ], weight for age [WAZ], and weight for height [WHZ]) and undernutrition (i.e Cited by: 2.

The Impact of Child Malnutrition and Health on Cognitive Skills in Ethiopia: Using a Standard Panel Data Analysis The effect of early age stunting on cognitive achievement among children in Vietnam.

Working Pa Oxford: Young Lives. Google : Kahsay Berhane Lemma. Although poverty and stunting are critical predictors of children's short-and long-run well-being [9, 10], they explain to only a limited degree the variance in children's early cognitive and.

Data fromthe most recent data available, showed that the prevalence of stunting (HAZ Vietnam was 36%. Thanh Hoa province is located in the north central region, where the prevalence of stunting among children Cited by: Le Thuc, Duc () The Effect of Early Age Stunting on Cognitive Achievement Among Children in Vietnam, Working Pa Oxford: Young Lives.

Google Scholar Nguyen, Ngoc P. () An Assessment of the Young Lives Sampling Approach in Vietnam, Technical Note 4, Oxford: Young by: Downloadable (with restrictions). A longitudinal dataset that follows 1, Vietnamese children born in –02 is used to investigate the impact of child malnutrition on cognitive development.

We demonstrate that the impact of early childhood stunting on cognition can be estimated with significant bias for a majority of children if researchers omit the data on gestational age.

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Oxford: Young Lives (). Google ScholarCited by: 4. Book / chapter (42) Apply Book / chapter filter ; Summative Output The Effect of Early Age Stunting on Cognitive Achievement Among Children in Vietnam.

Young Lives Working Paper 5 Feb Working paper. The Impact of Parental Death on Schooling and Subjective Well-being. Le T.D. () ‘ The Effect of Early-age Stunting on Cognitive Achievement among Children in Vietnam ’ Working Paper 45 Oxford: Young Lives.

Le T.D. (), ‘ The Effect of Early-age Stunting on Cognitive Achievement among Children in Vietnam ’, Working Pa Oxford: Cited by: Stunted growth is a reduced growth rate in human is a primary manifestation of malnutrition (or more precisely undernutrition) and recurrent infections, such as diarrhea and helminthiasis, in early childhood and even before birth, due to malnutrition during fetal development brought on by a malnourished mother.

The definition of stunting according to the World Health Specialty: Pediatrics. Introduction. Malnutrition is a global public health problem that exists in many forms, including under- and over-nutrition [].Undernutrition, which includes stunting, wasting, underweight and micronutrient deficiencies, accounted for about 45% of deaths among children below 5 years of age in [].Stunting is the most prevalent form of undernutrition among children, particularly in Author: Abdul Razak Nurliyana, Zalilah Mohd Shariff, Mohd Nasir Mohd Taib, Wan Ying Gan, Kit-Aun Tan.

SEP Gradients in Child Development Outcomes. Descriptive statistics for children from each country are presented in Table al education and wealth both contributed significantly and independently to the variance in EASQ (Table 2) and LAZ (Table 3) scores in all four countries while controlling for child age, sex, mother’s marital status and age, household size, and by: Child development refers to the ordered emergence of interdependent skills of sensori-motor, cognitive-language, and social-emotional functioning ().Early child development programmes 3 are designed to improve the survival, growth, and development of young children, prevent the occurrence of risks, and ameliorate the negative effects of risks.

Most are directed toward disadvantaged by: Childhood is a critical period for proper development of the body and brain [].However, more than million children in developing countries experience developmental deficits [].Inadequate child development is a critical problem, as these children will be likely to subsequently have poorer levels of educational achievement, poorer health in subsequent life stages, a lower probability of Author: Jongho Heo, Aditi Krishna, Jessica M.

Perkins, Hwa Young Lee, Jong Koo Lee, S. Subramanian, Juhwa. Socioeconomic inequality in child malnutrition is well-evident in Bangladesh.

However, little is known about whether this inequality differs by regional contexts. We used pooled data from the and Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey to examine regional differences in socioeconomic inequalities in stunting and underweight among children under : Mohammad Monirul Hasan, Jalal Uddin, Mohammad Habibullah Pulok, Nabila Zaman, Mohammad Hajizadeh.

This paper is the third in the Child Development Series. The first paper showed that more than million children under 5 years of age in developing countries do not reach their developmental potential. The second paper identified four well-documented risks: stunting, iodine deficiency, iron deficiency anaemia, and inadequate cognitive stimulation, plus four potential risks based on Cited by: Introduction: Protein energy malnutrition is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in children under the age of five in developing countries.

Ethiopia being one of these countries malnutrition is an important public health problem and among the highest in the world[7].

Objectives: The main objective of this study is to assess the prevalence and associated factors of protein Author: kaleab tesfaye tegegne, Iyasu Estiphanos Berisha. Linear growth retardation or stunting is estimated to affect 34% of children younger than 5 years in low-income and middle-income countries.

Consistent with previous evidence, new longitudinal studies from Brazil, India, Peru, and Vietnam show associations between early height-for-age and cognitive or language ability at 5 by:. Background. Globally, about % of children under five are suffering from anemia.

In Ethiopia, % of children under two years are suffering from anemia. Anemia during infancy and young childhood period is associated with poor health and impaired cognitive development, leading to reduced academic achievement and earnings potential in their adulthood by: It has three components: (1) a measure of whether children survive from birth to school age (age 5); (2) a measure of expected years of quality-adjusted school, which combines information on the quantity and quality of education (figurepanel a); and (3) two broad measures of health—stunting rates (figurepanel b) and adult survival.Stunting describes the condition of chronic malnutrition in children under the age of five, especially in the first days of life, so that it has an impact on increasing morbidity and mortality.

The objective of this study was to analyze the relationship between passive smoking and stunting in .