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Table 1 Summary of included studies evaluating the prevalence rate and associated factors of adolescent undernutrition in Ethiopia, 2017

From: Prevalence and associated factors of adolescent undernutrition in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis

S.No Author name Year Study design Place of study Region Sex Sample size Prevalence of Stunting (%) Prevalence of Underweight (%) Quality score (out of 10)
1 Abdulkadir 2016 cross sectional Rural & Urban East Both 616 17.6 33.9 10
2 Afework M 2009 cross sectional Rural North Female 211 26.5 58.3 9
3 Ahmed Y 2015 cross sectional Rural & Urban South Female 212 NR 13.68 7
4 Assefa H 2013 cross sectional Rural & Urban West Both 2084 16 80.8 10
5 Damie 2014 cross sectional Urban East Both 291 10.4 24.4 10
6 Gebregyorgis 2016 cross sectional Urban North Female 807 12.2 21.4 10
7 Gebreyohanes 2014 cross sectional Urban Central Both 1024 7.2 5.8 10
8 Hadush G 2015 cross sectional Urban North Both 555 NR 14 7
9 Herrador 2014 cross sectional Rural & Urban West Both 886 40.1 21.5 9
10 KtRoba 2016 cross sectional Urban South Female 706 15.6 21.3 10
11 Mekonnen 2013 cross sectional Rural & Urban West Both 790 32.2 31.2 8
12 Melaku 2015 cross sectional Rural & Urban North Both 348 21.2 21.6 10
13 Meseret Y 2010 cross sectional Rural West Both 425 NR 24.6 7
14 TeJI K 2016 cross sectional Rural & Urban Eastern Female 546 15 21.6 9
15 TM Berheto 2015 cross sectional Rural & Urban South Female 613 29.3 24.4 8
16 Wassie M 2015 cross sectional Rural & Urban North Female 1281 31.5 13.6 10
17 Wolde M 2015 cross sectional Rural & Urban South Both 450 NR NR 6
18 Yebyo 2015 cross sectional Rural & Urban Easter Both 411 25.5 55 8
19 MekonenT 2016 cross sectional Urban South Female 598 11.9 20.9 10
20 Dessalegn A. 2017 cross-sectional Urban South Both 634 NR 19.7 8
21 Yayehyirad Y 2017 cross sectional Rural & Urban East Female 642 20.2 14.8 10
22 EDHS 2012 cross sectional Rural & Urban All (National) Female 3724 NR 36 9
  1. NR Not reported