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Mogo ER, Shanawaz S, Ademola-Popoola O, Iqbal N, Aghedo O, Ademola M, Onyemaobi N, Eniayewun A, Ademusire B, Adaramola T, Ugwu A, Obi A, Lerno A, Nwagbara J, Uwimana A, Gbadamosi E, Adebisi A, Sako B. A strategic analysis of health behaviour change initiatives in Africa. Glob Health Action 2023;16:2202931. [PMID: 37129058 PMCID: PMC10155632 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2023.2202931] [Citation(s) in RCA: 0] [Impact Index Per Article: 0] [Reference Citation Analysis] [What about the content of this article? (0)] [Affiliation(s)] [Abstract] [Key Words] [MESH Headings] [Grants] [Track Full Text] [Journal Information] [Subscribe] [Scholar Register] [Received: 10/12/2022] [Accepted: 04/11/2023] [Indexed: 05/03/2023]  Open
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Balenger A, Umenze F, Dumbili E, Sako B, Obot I, Swahn MH. Developing an alcohol harm prevention research agenda in West Africa: a mixed methods approach. Health Promot Int 2021:6490163. [PMID: 34967893 DOI: 10.1093/heapro/daab208] [Citation(s) in RCA: 2] [Impact Index Per Article: 0.7] [Reference Citation Analysis] [What about the content of this article? (0)] [Affiliation(s)] [Abstract] [Key Words] [Track Full Text] [Journal Information] [Subscribe] [Scholar Register] [Indexed: 11/12/2022]  Open
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Hämäläinen RM, Breda J, da Silva Gomes F, Gongal G, Khan W, Mendes R, Nederveen L, Ramanandraibe N, Sako B, Whiting S. New global physical activity guidelines for a more active and healthier world: the WHO Regional Offices perspective. Br J Sports Med 2020;54:1449-1450. [DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2020-103531] [Citation(s) in RCA: 5] [Impact Index Per Article: 1.3] [Reference Citation Analysis] [What about the content of this article? (0)] [Track Full Text] [Journal Information] [Subscribe] [Scholar Register] [Accepted: 10/06/2020] [Indexed: 11/03/2022]
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Sako B, Leerlooijer JN, Lelisa A, Hailemariam A, Brouwer ID, Tucker Brown A, Osendarp SJM. Exploring barriers and enablers for scaling up a community-based grain bank intervention for improved infant and young child feeding in Ethiopia: A qualitative process evaluation. Matern Child Nutr 2017;14:e12551. [PMID: 29063698 PMCID: PMC5901006 DOI: 10.1111/mcn.12551] [Citation(s) in RCA: 8] [Impact Index Per Article: 1.1] [Reference Citation Analysis] [What about the content of this article? (0)] [Affiliation(s)] [Abstract] [Key Words] [Track Full Text] [Download PDF] [Figures] [Subscribe] [Scholar Register] [Received: 04/17/2017] [Revised: 09/21/2017] [Accepted: 09/27/2017] [Indexed: 11/28/2022]
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Roche ML, Sako B, Osendarp SJM, Adish AA, Tolossa AL. Community-based grain banks using local foods for improved infant and young child feeding in Ethiopia. Matern Child Nutr 2015;13. [PMID: 26663813 DOI: 10.1111/mcn.12219] [Citation(s) in RCA: 11] [Impact Index Per Article: 1.2] [Reference Citation Analysis] [What about the content of this article? (0)] [Affiliation(s)] [Abstract] [Key Words] [Track Full Text] [Subscribe] [Scholar Register] [Received: 02/18/2015] [Revised: 08/11/2015] [Accepted: 08/18/2015] [Indexed: 01/22/2023]
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Roche M, Sako B, Osendarp S, Adish A, Tolossa A. Improving Infant and Young Child Feeding in Ethiopia through Community Based Grain Banks Using Local Foods. FASEB J 2015. [DOI: 10.1096/fasebj.29.1_supplement.120.7] [Citation(s) in RCA: 0] [Impact Index Per Article: 0] [Reference Citation Analysis] [What about the content of this article? (0)] [Affiliation(s)] [Track Full Text] [Journal Information] [Subscribe] [Scholar Register] [Indexed: 11/11/2022]
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