Water, sanitation, and hygiene practices mediate the association between women's empowerment and child length-for-age z-scores in Nepal.

Cunningham, K; Ferguson, E; Ruel, M; Uauy, R; Kadiyala, S; Menon, P; Ploubidis, G; (2018) Water, sanitation, and hygiene practices mediate the association between women's empowerment and child length-for-age z-scores in Nepal. Maternal & child nutrition. e12638. ISSN 1740-8695 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12638

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