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Sao Tome and Principe is 'on course' to meet three of the global nutrition targets for which there was sufficient data to assess progress. No progress has been made towards achieving the target of reducing anaemia among women of reproductive age, with Meanwhile, there has also been some progress towards achieving the low birth weight target with 6. Sao Tome and Principe is 'on course' for the exclusive breastfeeding target, with Similarly, Sao Tome and Principe is 'on course' to meet the target for stunting, with Sao Tome and Principe is also 'on course' for the target for wasting, with 4.
The prevalence of overweight children under 5 years of age is 4. Sao Tome and Principe has shown limited progress towards achieving the diet-related non-communicable disease NCD targets. Sao Tome and Principe's obesity prevalence is lower than the regional average of At the same time, diabetes is estimated to affect 8. Source: WHO.
Accessed 16 November Low birthweight estimates; published online Global databases: Infant and young child feeding; published online July Accessed 16 November ; Tufts University. Global Dietary Database; published online MIYCN targets include anaemia among women of reproductive age 15—49 years , infants with low birthweight, exclusive breastfeeding among infants under 6 months of age, and childhood stunting, wasting and overweight.
NCD targets include adult obesity and diabetes, raised blood pressure and sodium intake. Obesity and diabetes are based on age-standardised modelled estimates for adults aged 18 years and older, using the WHO standard population; they are reported by sex due to limitations in data availability.