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Table 5 Health and nutrition of children aged 0–23 months, by location

From: Nutritional situation among Syrian refugees hosted in Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon: cross sectional surveys

  Jordan 2014 Lebanon 2013 Iraq 2013
Za’atri (Refugee Camp) National (Outside Camp) North South Beirut Bekaa Domiz (Refugee Camp)
Two week prevalence of diarrhea − % (95 % CI)
 Total (0–59 mo) 27.0 (21.1–33.9)a 14.5 (11–18.8)a 33.3 (26.4–41.1) 23.6 (18.3–29.9) 17.2 (12.3–23.5) 26.7 (21.0–33.3) 32.8 (25.6–40.9)
 0–23 mo 39.1 (29.6–49.6)a 21.1 (14.9–28.9)a 38.0 (28.7–48.4) 36.7 (29.8–44.2) 25.0 (17.5–34.3) 39.4 (32.3–46.9) 37.5 (29.4–46.4)
 24–59 mo 20.4 (14.2–28.3) 11.0 (7.9–15.3) 30.1 (23.0–38.3) 15.0 (9.5–22.7) 12.7 (8.0–19.7) 18.7 (12.4–27.3) 29.4 (22.1–37.9)
Current breastfeeding practice − % (95 % CI)
 Total (0–23 mo) 66.7 (57.6–74.7) 68.1 (59.8–75.3) 57.8 (47.7–67.3) 62.0 (49.8–72.8) 65.6 (56.2–74.0) 60.0 (47.2–71.6) 44.5 (40.2–48.9)
 0–5 mo 100 94.4 (77.8–98.8) 88.0 (71.8–95.5) 93.8 (57.3–99.4) 93.1 (73.3–98.5) 84.6 (46.5–97.2) 78.6 (68.7–86.1)
 6–11 mo 97.4 (82.0–99.7) 86.4 (73.1–93.7) 61.3 (40.7–78.5) 70.8 (51.9–84.6) 80.0 (61.7–90.9) 71.4 (48.0–87.1) 58.2 (48.6–67.2)
 12–23 mo 24.5 (14.2–39.0) 44.1 (32.1–56.9) 43.3 (29.9–57.8) 48.1 (30.8–65.8) 45.3 (35.1–56.0) 46.3 (30.9–62.5) 25.1 (20.2–30.7)
  1. aPrevalence of diarrhea in Jordan was not assessed among children 0–5 months of age