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Table 1 Profile of in-depth interviews, focus group discussions and non-formal interactions

From: Time-constrained mother and expanding market: emerging model of under-nutrition in India

A: Stakeholders at state, district, and block levels Total done in six states
 State Levela 17
 District Level/Block Levelb 34
 Total state, district and block levels 51
B: Stakeholders at community level  
 Anganwadi Worker (AWW) 12
 Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM ‘S) 12
 ASHA/USHA/Link worker 8
 Non Government Organization (NGO)/Community Based Organization (CBO) 10
 Community Leader 10
 Gram Sabha/Zila Parishad 12
 Self Help Group 10
 Total community level 74
C: Mothers of Index Children  
 Mothers of moderately undernourished children c 192
 Mothers of mildly undernourished children c 96
 Mothers of normally nourished children c 96
 Total mothers 384
D: First Round Focus Ggroup Discussion (FGD)  
 Mothers of < 2 years 6
 Mothers of 2–5 years 6
 Grandmothers of < 2 years 6
 Grandmothers of 2–5 years 6
 Father 12
 Anganwadi Workers (AWW) 12
 Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) 6
 Total First Round of FGD 54
E: Second Round FGDs  
 Mother (Rural) of <2 years 6
 Mother-in-law (Urban) 6
 Total Second Round of FGD 12
F: Non-Formal Interactions (NFI)  
 Mothers of <2 and 2–5 years 20
 Grandmothers 8
 Fathers 14
 Grandfathers 8
 ANM/AWW/Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) 18
 Doctors (Public Health Center/Non formal) 4
 Total Non-formal Interaction 72
  1. aDirector of health services(DHS), Director reproductive child health (RCH), Mission director National health mission (NHM), Director women and child development
  2. bDistrict Magistrate, Chief medical officer, Medical superintendent, District program officer, child development program officer, Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) supervisors
  3. cThe weight for age reference of World Health Organization was utilized to define nutrition and its severity: Normal – SD score > −1; Mild Under-nutrition – SD score < − 1 to > − 2; Moderate Under-nutrition – SD score < −2 to > −3; Severe Under-nutrition – SD score < −3