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Social Protection Mixed Methods Study: Baseline Evaluation
This pre-intervention, baseline survey is part of an implementation science activity on the effectiveness and other factors of multisectoral nutrition interventions for children in Bangladesh, focusing on conditional cash transfers.
Agricultural/Livelihood Mixed Methods Study: Baseline Evaluation
This pre-intervention, baseline survey is part of an implementation science activity on the effectiveness and other factors of multisectoral nutrition interventions for children in Bangladesh, focusing on homestead food production.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Endorses Food Plate as a Counseling Tool for Pregnant and Lactating Women
This fact sheet talks about how a new version of the food plate, designed as an innovative counseling tool for pregnant women in rural Bangladesh and endorsed by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, was developed and received by the...
Mobile Media Campaign Reaches Remote Villages to Promote Nutrition
This fact sheet outlines the mobile media campaign by the SHIHKA project in rural Bangladesh.
One-Year Survey Shows Improvements in Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices
A household survey after one year of implementation has shown that — even in a short amount of time — the by the SHIKHA project’s infant and young child feeding interventions have had a positive effect.
Designing a Food Plate for Dietary Counseling of Pregnant Women
The SHIKHA project is implementing interventions to improve diet and nutrition among pregnant women and children ages 0 to 2 in rural Bangladesh.
One-Year Survey Shows Improvements in Dietary Diversity for Pregnant Women
A SHIKHA project household survey evaluating one year of implementation of a unique maternal nutrition component —one of five core interventions — has shown that the component has had a positive effect within a short time.
Innovation: mHealth for Better Child Feeding
December 2014 — This brief describes ways that mobile devices and mHealth can improve nutrition programs by collecting and sending information while building trust with your audience.
Mass Communication: Infant and Young Child Feeding at Scale
July 2014 — This brief describes Alive & Thrive’s use of mass communication channels to reach large groups of people with persuasive, consistent messages.
Interpersonal Communication and Community Mobilization: Infant and Young Child Feeding at Scale
July 2014 — This brief describes the use of counseling and community mobilization to personalize messages, demonstrate skills and motivate an audience.