|Type||Journal Article - BMC Nutrition|
|Title||Exploring mechanisms of food insecurity in indigenous agricultural communities in Guatemala: a mixed methods study|
The country of Guatemala has one of the highest rates of chronic child malnutrition in the world, which primarily affects the rural, indigenous Maya population. In this study we explore the apparent paradox of endemic food insecurity and child malnutrition coexisting in Maya communities alongside a predominance of agricultural land holdings and food production.
|»||Guatemala - Encuesta Nacional de Salud Materno Infantil 2014-2015|