The ENDES is a survey representative of the Peruvian population. In a secondary analysis of the ENDES 2019, the sample was characterized by being bi-stage, probabilistic of a balanced, stratified and independent type, at the departmental level and by urban and rural areas. The sample size of ENDES 2019 was 36,760 homes, 9320 of which were in urban areas and 12,660 were from rural areas.

The study had a retrospective, quasi-experimental design and included 4452 children between 24 and 36 months of age. The children were analyzed in the ECD section of the ENDES 2019, which evaluates different aspects of child development including EVC. To estimate the impact of stunting on EVC the sample was divided into exposed (children with stunting) and unexposed children (without stunting).

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