Child malnutrition is a growing public health issue in Nepal, particularly in urban areas. Not eating enough, or not eating enough of healthy foods, can have life-long implications on development and cognitive ability. Because of its relevance to development within the country, many donor organizations and non-governmental organizations are working to promote child nutrition education programs. The purpose of this research is to investigate the implementation and structure of urban child nutrition educational programs involving treatment and prevention in Kathmandu, Nepal. Through qualitative interviews and field observations with three primary organizations, this research analyzes the patterns and disconnects between various efforts being made to design and implement educational curriculums.
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Education | Food Security | Public Health | Urban Studies and Planning
Pritz, Molly, "Nutrition and Education in an Urbanizing Nation" (2015). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 2200.