Central Ohio Technical College Module 5 Malnutrition and Gender Age Worksheet

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In previous modules, we’ve explored how social determinants shape the health of individuals and populations.  In this Module 5, we explore how these factors shape gender and health, and nutrition.  Women’s and children’s health are often used as a marker of the overall health of a nation.  Health of women and children is influenced by many factors but a primary driver is economic and social equality.  In this assignment, we ask you to examine rates of malnutrition, maternal health and the social progress index. Here we are going to look at child nutrition and maternal health as markers of overall public health.

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MODULE 5 HW - Malnutrition, Gender Age MODULE 5 HW - Malnutrition, Gender Age Student Name:_____________________ In previous modules, we’ve explored how social determinants shape the health of individuals and populations. In this assignment, we explore how these factors shape gender and health, and nutrition. Women’s and children’s health are often used as a marker of the overall health of a nation. Health of women and children is influenced by many factors, but a primary driver is economic and social equality. In this assignment, we ask you to examine rates of malnutrition, maternal health and the social progress index. We will also look at child nutrition and maternal health as markers of overall public health. 1. Select two countries from the list at the end of the assignment and provide data on maternal health and nutrition for each using the World Bank data. (If you do not select countries from the list below, it will be an automatic 0 on this homework.) Please make sure you are providing the year of the data in parentheses along with the units (if these are not included, you will receive zero points for that cell). (https://data.worldbank.org/indicator) (8 points) Country Maternal mortality ratio Pregnant women receiving prenatal care Prevalence of undernourishm ent Prevalence of stunting Country 1: Country 2: 2. Review the World Bank, “Nutrition at a glance” reports for the two countries above and please describe in a few words or a phrase the chart below for each described area. (10 points) http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/docsearch/collectiontitle/Nutrition%20at%20a%20glance Country 1: Vitamin A (%) Iron (%) Country 2: MODULE 5 HW - Malnutrition, Gender Age Iodine (%) Breast Milk (%) Food Insecure Households (%) Here please write 100 to 150 words comparing and contrasting the nutritional state for the two countries. Please use a proper thesis statement, provide 2 examples of how the countries compare or contrast, a proper conclusion, and in-text citations and references in APA proper formatting. (5 points) 3. Go to Social Progress Index (https://www.socialprogress.org/) and get the report card for the two countries you’ve identified above. Select two indicators that might influence child nutrition or women’s health and complete the chart. Please select two of the following indicators: equality of power by gender, child stunting, access to quality healthcare, property rights for women, death from infectious diseases, and deaths attributable to unsafe water, sanitation, and hygiene. (8 points) Report Card Country 1: Country 2: Score (/100) Rank (/163) Two Indicators from the Social Progress Index Indicator 1: Country 1: Country 2 Score (/100): Score (/100): Rank (/163): Rank (/163): MODULE 5 HW - Malnutrition, Gender Age Indicator 2: Score (/100): Score (/100): Rank (/163): Rank (/163): Here please write 200 to 250 words comparing and contrasting the Social Progress Indicators you selected for the two countries. Please make sure to discuss how each indicator connects to women’s health or child nutrition and what the scores mean. You will want to use a thesis statement, provide 2 examples of how the countries compare and contrast, and in-text citations and references in proper APA formatting. (6 points) Countries for HW 5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Indonesia Zimbabwe Maldives Guatemala El-Salvador Honduras Ecuador Albania
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MODULE 5 HW - Malnutrition, Gender Age

MODULE 5 HW - Malnutrition, Gender Age
Student Name: _____________________
In previous modules, we’ve explored how social determinants shape the health of
individuals and populations. In this assignment, we explore how these factors shape gender and
health, and nutrition. Women’s and children’s health are often used as a marker of the overall
health of a nation. Health of women and children is influenced by many factors, but a primary
driver is economic and social equality. In this assignment, we ask you to examine rates of
malnutrition, maternal health and the social progress index. We will also look at child nutrition
and maternal health as markers of overall public health.
1. Select two countries from the list at the end of the assignment and provide data on
maternal health and nutrition for each using the World Bank data. (If you do not select
countries from the list below, it will be an automatic 0 on this homework.) Please make
sure you are providing the year of the data in parentheses along with the units (if
these are not included, you will receive zero points for that cell).
(https://data.worldbank.org/indicator) (8 points)
2.
Country

Maternal
mortality ratio

Pregnant
women
receiving
prenatal care

Prevalence of
undernourishm
ent

Prevalence of
stunting

Country 1:
Indonesia

(2017) 177

(2017) 98

(2018) 9

(2018) 30.8

Country 2:
Zimbabwe

(2017) 458

(2019) 93

No Data

(2019) 23.5

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