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Figure 2: Restraining and driving forces identified from force-field analysis; Length of the arrow indicates the ranking of the stated reason for the inappropriate dietary diversity (i.e., Lack of awareness was considered as most important reason compared to number of children in the family); Dotted pattern and transparency of the line indicate the extent to which participants felt it as an addressable factor (i.e., lack of awareness, perceived intolerance to child, lack of guidance by elderly family members, sharing by family members were considered as addressable factors. The lack of awareness (less transparent factor) was considered as most easily addressable among the four factors highlighted in dotted line.

Figure 2: Restraining and driving forces identified from force-field analysis; Length of the arrow indicates the ranking of the stated reason for the inappropriate dietary diversity (i.e., Lack of awareness was considered as most important reason compared to number of children in the family); Dotted pattern and transparency of the line indicate the extent to which participants felt it as an addressable factor (i.e., lack of awareness, perceived intolerance to child, lack of guidance by elderly family members, sharing by family members were considered as addressable factors. The lack of awareness (less transparent factor) was considered as most easily addressable among the four factors highlighted in dotted line.