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There are 3 comments on Childhood Malnutrition and Sex Ed in Nicaragua

  1. The work done by these students underscores the importance of teamwork and cooperation in creating vital change. How exciting that the team doing the investigation and training was comprised of young people from both SPH and UNAN, thus uniting not only folks from two countries with differing perspectives and resources for this project, but also for providing a model for cross-disciplinary work. I hope we will be apprised of their results and that the follow-through and results will be as exemplary as their effort and input. Bravo!

  2. Committed and impressive collaborative work. Would be interesting to hear feedback on how students responded in the classroom setting to the sex education curriculum as a first point of feedback.

  3. An excellent summary of two very useful projects, certainly for the Public Health students and hopefully for the community and families. These initial findings on the malnutrition issue will warrant follow-up studies and community-specific interventions.

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