SNNPR

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SNNPRSouthern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region (ethnic division; Ethiopia)
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This article summarizes the prevalence of maternal undernutrition and health indicators among five woredas in SNNPR, Ethiopia.
Then it was transferred to Shewa Province, then to Debub (South) Shewa Administrative Region, and finally to Sidama zone within the present SNNPR.
25) SNNPR Mixed Community- based (all age-groups) 1986 Aseffa A et al.
Abbreviations: AFLP, amplified fragment length polymorphism; AMOVA, analysis of molecular variance; PCR, polymerase chain reaction; SNNPR, Southern Nation, Nationalities, and Peoples' Regional Government; UPGMA, unweighted pair-group method using an arithmetic average.
Since the beginning of the latest outbreak in September 2001, 1,614 meningitis cases have been recorded in the SNNPR (Southern Nations and Nationalities People's Region) of Ethiopia and 83 deaths have been reported.
Perception of high school students towards voluntary HIV counselling and testing, using Health Belief Model in Butajira, SNNPR.
Regional police in the SNNPR arrested six suspected trafficking offenders in the vicinity of Arba Minch in 2011 and local judicial officials prosecuted and convicted all six under the criminal law, imposing sentences of one year's imprisonment for each trafficker.
The link supports hospitals and health centres across the SNNPR with essential equipment and has donated a motorbike ambulance to four health centres to help address the problem of safe transport of critically ill patients.
Agroecological comparisons of levels and correlates of maternal malnutrition in Hadiya zone, SNNPR.
For determining the history of sunlight exposure and socio demographic and economic data, a pretested structured questionnaire was adopted from previous studies of young children in SNNPR [12, 13] and from the Ethiopian demographic and health survey [9].
A representative survey of the 10 + population residing in Oromia, SNNPR and Tigray Regions and Dire Dawa City Administrative Area: 1) Contextualizing and understanding the media, NGO and brand landscape; 2) Understand the media-consumption patterns of those aged 10 years and older; 3) Identify barriers to media access in this population; 4) Understanding the brand awareness and consumption of Yegna and its media products; 5) Determine levels of awareness of the Yegna brand and promotional activates; 6) Understand the audiences' perception of the Yegna brand.