DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20220863
Published: 2022-03-25

Contexual correlates of development of anganwadi children 3-6 years of rural Uttar Pradesh, India- a complex interplay

Hossain Mehedi Rehman, Monika Agarwal, Pooja Mahour, Vijay Kumar Singh, Sheetal Prasad Patel, Kriti Yadhav

Abstract


Background: The cross-sectional study was conducted in rural area of Lucknow, UP to assess the developmental status and its determinants among children aged 3 to 6 years registered in AWCs.

Methods: A visit was made to the households of all the registered children (3-6 years) and parents were interviewed to obtain the sample size of 314.

Results: Type of family, presence of congenital anomaly, educational status of the care giver, duration of EBF, presence of books and space to play were found to be independent predictors of the development status.

Conclusions: To conclude, there is a dire need for acknowledgement and prompt redressal of this loss of developmental potential in children at an early age.


Keywords


Anganwadi, Contexual, Correlates, Development, Interplay, Rural

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