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TitleRecruitment StatusDate of Registration
Evaluating the effectiveness of a legume-enriched nutritional intervention, in treatment of severe undernutrition in childrenRecruiting23/05/2018
Equivalency trial of a locally produced alternative ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) in GhanaNot Recruiting01/12/2017
A study on effect of Integrated Nutrition, WASH, Care and Support Interventions during the Pre-pregnancy, Pregnancy and Early Childhood on linear growth of childrenRecruiting23-06-2017
A study to compare antibiotics used to treat children with severe acute malnutritionRecruiting09/05/2017
Feeding Malnourished Children Different Types of Fatty Acids to Promote Neurocognitive DevelopmentRecruiting23/03/2017
Biomarkers of enteropathy in infants and children with severe acute malnutrition in NigeriaNot Recruiting29/04/2016
Re-feeding of children with severe acute malnutritionNot Recruiting02/09/2015
To establish effective nutrition protocol for community based management of children with Severe Acute Malnutrition and to demonstrate operational feasibility through the existing Government system in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra in IndiaRecruiting02-09-2014
Integrated Program for Children With Severe Acute Malnutrition in Madhya Pradesh, IndiaNot recruiting03/08/2013
Effectiveness of ready to eat food in treating severely malnourished children in community settings, a study from PuducherryNot Recruiting21-02-2013
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