Analysis of Data for Measuring Food Availability, Access and Nutritional Status (Topic 14)

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[Maternal Education to Promote Food Security: Two-way ANOVA]

There is ample international evidence to show that children of educated mothers are generally well fed and better nourished. Empirical studies in Sri Lanka and Kerala, for example, corroborate the role of maternal education in promoting household food security, and that of children in particular. This has to do with the general gender orientation to take care of the family by providing for good nutrition, shelter and education. A preliminary step would be to verify the profile and confirm the evidence. One option would be a simple test: Two-way ANOVA.

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Jan 2012
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