: At endline, intervention and control
groups did not
significantly differ in any developmental score, with the exception that a smaller percentage of children
in fine motor development in the intervention group (10.6%) compared with the control
group (16.5%; prevalence ratio: 0.59, 95% CI: 0.38-0.91). Among 10 prespecified effect
modifiers for the 8 primary developmental outcomes, we found 7 significant interactions demonstrating a consistent pattern that children
who were less vulnerable, for example, those with higher household wealth and maternal education
, showed positive effects
of the intervention. Given multiple hypothesis testing, some findings may have been due to chance.
: The provision of 1 egg per day had no overall effect
development in this population of children
, however, some benefits may be seen among children
in less vulnerable circumstances. This trial was registered at clinicaltrials.gov as http://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT03385252"
title="See in ClinicalTrials.gov" >NCT03385252.»