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Feasibility and Effectiveness of Distributing Micronutrient Sprinkles to Reduce Prevalence of Anemia

The objective of this study is to test the feasibility and effectiveness of distributing micronutrient sprinkles to 6-20 month old children participating in an integrated maternal and child health and nutrition program in rural Haiti. The micronutrient sprinkles have been formulated to prevent or treat anemia in 6-23 month old children. Effectiveness in reducing the prevalence of anemia will be assessed.

Comparison of Two Nutrition Interventions in Young Children in El Salvador

Adequate nutrition during the first years of life is essential to reach full body and brain development potential. Children under the age of 5 in Central America and El Salvador suffer from micronutrient deficiencies. In El Salvador, ~ 20% of children under the age of 5 suffer from chronic undernutrition which is reflected in low length-for-their age Z-scores and anemia. This trial will examine the impact on health and growth in young children that will receive either a 21 micr...

Changes in Microbiota and Iron Status After Iron Fortification of Complementary Foods

Infants and children under two years are the group with the highest rates of iron deficiency anemia. Provision of sufficient dietary iron to this age group is a challenge, and in-home iron fortification of complementary foods using micronutrient powders can be an effective approach. However, WHO has recently cautioned against untargeted use of in-home micronutrient powders that contain the entire iron RDA for a child in a single dose in areas with high rates of infections from ...

Clinical Effectiveness Trial of PTM1001 to Reduce Stunting and Ameliorate Environmental Enteric Dysfunction in Malawian Infants

The trial will consist of adding a supplement called PTM1001(4.3 egg powder + 5.7 g bovine colostrum) along with a multiple micronutrient powder to the diet of children 10-13 months of age. This should improve linear growth and gut health. Children will be receive either the supplement or control for 12 weeks. At enrollment at at week 12 stool and urine will be collected. Children will be measured at enrollment and at weeks 2, 4, 8, 12, 20, 32 after enrollment.

Nutritional Impact of a Project on Food Security and Nutrition in Children Receiving Micronutrient Powders in Colombia

The effectiveness of micronutrient powders or MNP as a strategy for the prevention of micronutrient deficiencies has been described in the literature. However, few studies have shown the impact of the inclusion of other simultaneous actions on the different dimensions of food and nutritional security (as in the case of the project "Papas más nutritivas") that will contribute to the improvement of nutritional status, obtaining potentially greater benefits. The objective ...

Impact of Low Dose Iron-containing Micronutrient Powders on Iron Status and Morbidity of Young Children in Ethiopia

The purpose of the study is to assess the safety of iron supplementation in MNPs. A quasi-experimental matched-control cluster design will be used in, purposely selected, 18 intervention and 18 matched-control clusters of Oromia and South Nations Nationalities and People (SNNP) regions of Ethiopia. A total of 2340 infants 6-11 months of age, from intervention and non-intervention clusters will be enrolled and followed longitudinally for 12 months. Morbidity data using standardi...

Effect of Iron Versus Multiple Micronutrient Supplementation on Anemia in Preschool Children of Malaria-Endemic Area

Some micronutrients are likely to interact with malaria parasite, leading to either synergistic or antagonist effect on malaria morbidity and therefore on hemoglobin response. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of supplementation with iron or multiple micronutrients on anemia while integrated with malaria management in rural Burkinabe young anemic children with high prevalence of malaria.

Enhanced Homestead Food Production Plus+ Program in the Lake Zone, Tanzania

The purpose of this study is to assess if the Enhanced Homestead Food Production Plus (EHFP+) Program implemented by HKI in Mwanza, Tanzania, helps maintaining reduced anemia levels among children after a blanket provision of Micronutrient Powder (MNP), and has an impact on child growth, infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices, maternal knowledge related to health, nutrition, WASH and malaria prevention, food security and women's empowerment.

Effect of Multiple Micronutrient Supplementation on Growth, Morbidity, and Mortality of HIV Infected Children in Uganda

Micronutrient deficiencies are common in HIV infected children and are aggravated by poor nutrition, especially in poor resource countries such as Uganda. It appears that micronutrient deficiencies contribute to immune dysfunction, increased morbidity and HIV disease progression. Hitherto, there has been no randomised controlled trial to assess the effect of multiple micronutrient supplementation on morbidity and mortality in HIV infected children in Africa. Therefore, the inve...

Effects of EED on Zn Absorption and Retention in Children From a MNP

The overall objective is to determine the impact of EED on total daily zinc absorption of young Bangladeshi children (18-24 months of age) in an austere setting with high rates of diarrhea, stunting, and micro-nutrient deficiencies..

A Study to Investigate the Impact of a Multiple Micronutrient (MMN) Beverage Powder on Immunity Outcomes in School Children

This will be a double blind, two-arm, parallel-group, stratified (for gender and centre), randomised, controlled, multicentre study in participants aged 7-10 years (yrs), inclusive. The aim of the study is to test the hypothesis that MMN fortified beverage may help improve immunity outcomes in 7-10 yrs old participants.

Acceptability and Feasibility of Micronutrient Powders Versus Iron Syrup for Anemia Prevention in Young Children

This study seeks to assess the acceptability, compliance, and preference for iron supplementation; micronutrient powders (MNP) versus iron syrup. Additionally, this study seeks to assess front line health worker perceptions and experiences regarding ease of implementation of each strategy and delivery strategy preference.

A Study to Investigate the Impact of a Multiple Micronutrient (MMN) Beverage Powder on Vaccine Response in School Children

This will be a double blind, two-arm, parallel-group, stratified for gender, randomised, controlled study in participants aged 7-10 years (yrs). The aim of the study is to test the hypothesis that MMN fortified beverage may help improve immunity outcomes as assessed through vaccine response in 7-10 yrs old school participants.

Evaluation of Zinc and / or Micronutrient Supplementation on Intestinal Flora, Diarrheal Disease Burden, Intestinal Mucosal Integrity and Growth Among Children of Pakistan

Information on the mechanisms of zinc is still in developing phase. Ecological and biological implications of long term zinc supplementation at population level requires assessment. The trial aims to assess the impact of routine supplementation of zinc among young growing children and evaluate its impact on intestinal microbial flora and relationship with gut mucosa integrity and co-morbidities.

Effect of a Complementary Food Supplement on Growth and Morbidity of Ghanaian Infants

Prevention of malnutrition in infants and children requires access and intake of nutritious food starting at birth with exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life, breastfeeding in combination with complementary foods from 6-24 months of age, access to clean drinking water and sanitation, access to preventive and curative health care (including prenatal). In Ghana, the Demographic and Health Survey of 2014 reports rates of stunting, wasting and underweight in...


Impact of Zinc Supplementation on Mortality and Hospitalizations in Children Aged 1 Months to 23 Months

Children, aged 1 months to 23 months, in the intervention households received zinc, iron and folic acid and those in the control households were administered iron and folic acid (IFA) alone for a period of one year. The primary outcomes were hospitalizations and deaths during this period.

Effectiveness of Selling Micronutrient Sprinkles in Rural Kenya

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of household-based distribution of evidence-based health products and to measure the health impact of these combined interventions on a population basis.

Child of Urban Poverty Iron Project

The first 1,000 days of life are critical periods for brain development. Proper nutrition lays the foundation for optimal growth, health, and neurodevelopment across the lifespan. Poor nutrition in this vulnerable period has irreversible consequences, including stunting, susceptibility to sickness, reduced school performance and productivity, and impaired intellectual and social development. UNICEF reported in 2018 that among the low cost flat residents in urban areas of the Kl...

Optimized Complementary Feeding With or Without Home Fortification Prevents Decrease of Micronutrient and Growth

Malnourished among under-five children characterized by growth faltering is a public health concern in Indonesia. It requires serious action from the governments because of the prevalence of underweight, stunting, and wasting are increasing. These impacts are irreversible resulting in the low quality of future human resources. Several studies showed that growth faltering among under-five children starts at age six months when the amount of breastmilk reduced, complementary feed...

Investigation of Iron Uptake From Micronutrient Fortified Powder Versus From Tailored Control in Milk

The present study supplements iron as part of multiple micro-nutrient supplementation to demonstrate that intake of a micronutrient fortified powder in milk helps increase the uptake of key micronutrients like iron due to unique nature of the given matrix, as compared to intake of iron alone in milk.

Extended Pilot Project Community Based Production of Complementary Food in Ethiopia

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the impact of a package of interventions including production and distribution of locally produced complementary foods (via so-called "Grain-banks") and Micronutrient Powders (MNPs) supplementation, and optimized food based Complementary Feeding Recommendation, on growth and micronutrient status of infants and young children. The impact of the intervention package will be evaluated in a quasi-experimental matched-control cluster design in...

Randomized Trial of Quadruple Fortified Salt

Neural tube closure defects (NTDs) are a common adverse pregnancy outcome and among the most severe birth defects in the United States and globally. Women of reproductive age are a high-risk population for anemia and micronutrient deficiencies, and there is increasing evidence of the role of periconceptional nutritional status in the risk of birth defects and other common pregnancy complications. However, there is little representative population-level data from Southern India,...

Monitoring and Evaluation of Micronutrients (Sprinkles) Project

The purpose of this study is 1) to evaluate the effectiveness in reducing anemia among children 6-24 months of age by providing daily micronutrient Sprinkles through the Government of Pakistan's Lady Health Worker program; 2) to assist in the monitoring the National Sprinkles Pilot Project.

Safety Study of Levocetirizine Dihydrochloride Oral Liquid Formulation in Children Aged 6 Months to 11 Months

To determine the safety of levocetirizine in children ages 6-11 months with symptoms of allergic rhinitis or chronic idiopathic urticaria.

Micronutrient Sprinkles in a Daycare Center

Diarrheal diseases are a major cause of morbidity and mortality globally in children less than 5 years of age. Prolonged diarrhea, recurrent infections and growth failure in developing countries are usually a consequence of micronutrient deficiencies including zinc. The primary aims of the proposed study are to evaluate the effect of the use of multiple micronutrient sprinkles including zinc on compliance of supplement use and the incidence of recurrent diarrheal and respirator...

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