NUTRITION
Without specialised treatment 1 in 5 severely malnourished children are likely to die. The specialized treatment costs N14,000 for one child.
4 questions polled on this topic
6% response rate
83,311 responded out of 1,411,928 polled
Jul 27. 2016
The 14000 naira to treat a severely malnourished child is
Jul 27. 2016
Who should pay
Jul 27. 2016
others
Jul 27. 2016
Limited govt resources should be used for

POLL RESULTS

JUL 27. 2016
The 14000 naira to treat a severely malnourished child is
83,311 responded out of 1,411,928 polled
Female
8%
Low
 
Low
30%
Reasonably okay
 
Reasonably okay
62%
High
 
High

Male
11%
Low
 
Low
30%
Reasonably okay
 
Reasonably okay
60%
High
 
High
0-14
0%
high
 
high
0%
low
 
low
0%
reasonably okay
 
reasonably okay

15-19
63%
high
 
high
9%
low
 
low
28%
reasonably okay
 
reasonably okay

20-24
61%
high
 
high
9%
low
 
low
30%
reasonably okay
 
reasonably okay

25-30
61%
high
 
high
9%
low
 
low
30%
reasonably okay
 
reasonably okay

31-34
62%
high
 
high
9%
low
 
low
30%
reasonably okay
 
reasonably okay

35+
59%
high
 
high
10%
low
 
low
31%
reasonably okay
 
reasonably okay
9%
Low
 
Low
29%
Reasonably okay
 
Reasonably okay
61%
High
 
High
JUL 27. 2016
Who should pay
64,772 responded out of 83,311 polled
Female
7%
Development Partners
 
Development Partners
70%
Government
 
Government
22%
Parents
 
Parents

Male
9%
Development Partners
 
Development Partners
66%
Government
 
Government
24%
Parents
 
Parents
0-14
0%
development partners
 
development partners
0%
parents
 
parents
0%
government
 
government

15-19
6%
development partners
 
development partners
28%
parents
 
parents
66%
government
 
government

20-24
7%
development partners
 
development partners
24%
parents
 
parents
68%
government
 
government

25-30
9%
development partners
 
development partners
22%
parents
 
parents
69%
government
 
government

31-34
10%
development partners
 
development partners
23%
parents
 
parents
68%
government
 
government

35+
9%
development partners
 
development partners
23%
parents
 
parents
68%
government
 
government
8%
Development Partners
 
Development Partners
68%
Government
 
Government
24%
Parents
 
Parents
JUL 27. 2016
others
1,252 responded out of 1,521 polled
government
parents
partners
development
parent
can
pay
govt
help
ngos
ngo
cost
children
child
afford
non
responsibility
also
health
well
governmental
people
organizations
will
malnourished
one
contribute
goverment
organisation
take
individuals
money
assist
effort
food
support
treatment
body
everyone
private
bodies
everybody
individual
organization
involved
like
subsidized
together
agencies
collective
JUL 27. 2016
Limited govt resources should be used for
49,961 responded out of 66,024 polled
Female
25%
Treatment
 
Treatment
75%
Prevention
 
Prevention

Male
25%
Treatment
 
Treatment
75%
Prevention
 
Prevention
0-14
0%
treatment
 
treatment
0%
prevention
 
prevention

15-19
38%
treatment
 
treatment
62%
prevention
 
prevention

20-24
27%
treatment
 
treatment
73%
prevention
 
prevention

25-30
21%
treatment
 
treatment
79%
prevention
 
prevention

31-34
20%
treatment
 
treatment
80%
prevention
 
prevention

35+
20%
treatment
 
treatment
80%
prevention
 
prevention
24%
Treatment
 
Treatment
76%
Prevention
 
Prevention

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