We would like to thank Khanna (DMO); Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra (NBJK) for implementation of the household surveys; field-workers for each of the substudies; the Child in Need Institute (CINI) for their contributions to training; the Ekjut for their contributions to IDI and FDGs; the State Program Officer and Sagya Singh, state consultant, for their support with mobilization of the study; and the population of Murhu block.
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