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Health at the borders: Bayesian multilevel analysis of women’s malnutrition determinants in Ethiopia

Bibliographic reference Delbiso, Tefera Darge ; Rodriguez-Llanes, José ; Altare, Chiara ; Masquelier, Bruno ; Guha-Sapir, Debarati. Health at the borders: Bayesian multilevel analysis of women’s malnutrition determinants in Ethiopia. In: Global Health Action, Vol. 9, no.30204, p. 1-8 (4 July 2016)
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