Child Nutrition

SANAD – Women Participation in Community Health Development

This 37 page report highlights the results of the SANAD project funded by the European Union Read More...

Shouhardo ii impact evaluation report-final

Ths 67 page report examines the impacts of CARE's SHOUHARDO II program Read More...

Improving Delivery and Uptake of Essential Nutrition Interventions Through the Health and Food System and in the Community (IAHBI) Project

This 50 page report to UNICEF highlights the end-of project acheivements of Bangladesh's Improving d... Read More...

Improving health and nutrition for vulnerable women and children (Muskoka ARNI)

This 89 page evaluation shows the impacts and progress of the ARNI project funded through the Muskok... Read More...

Usaid nutrition hygiene baseline

This 63 page report highlighs baseline findings of the CARE Nutrition and Hygiene program in Mopti r... Read More...

Evaluation final maman lumiere 1

This 71 page evaluation highlights impacts for Maman Lumiere 1, funded by AFD in Niger for community... Read More...

N@c baseline report zamiba

The baseline evaluation collected quantitative information on the status of nutrition-related topics... Read More...

N@c baseline report benin

The baseline evaluation collected quantitative information on the status of nutrition-related topics... Read More...

Barrier analysis report ensure

This 63 page report highlihgts barriers to key nutrition behaviors for families in the USAID-funded ... Read More...

Baseline Assessment Report of Nutri on at the Center Project (N@C Ethiopia)

Nutri on at the Center (N@C) is mul -sectoral project of CARE Ethiopia designed to improve the nutri onal status of women (15-49) and children less than 2 years of age in Ebinat and Simada Woredas of Amhara Regional State in Federal Democra c Republic of Ethiopia. The project plans to impact nutri on related behaviors, increase u liza on of maternal and child health and nutri on services, increase household adapta on of appropriate hygienic and sanita on prac ces and increase availability and equitability of access to nutrient-dense food. This report is compiled based on the baseline study conducted in the three districts from 26 January to 19 February 2014, just a er crop harves ng season in the sample districts. The baseline survey covered the two interven on and one control (Tach Gaint) districts. Read More...

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