2019: A Year in Research

The 2010’s are over – but data-driven innovations from the last decade will continue to drive improvements in MIYCN for healthier families, communities, and nations. In 2019, A&T continued support research in a variety of areas.

“The rigorous research that A&T supports fills data gaps and documents improvements in maternal, child, and infant nutrition (MIYCN) at scale, in both policies and programs,” explains Joy Del Rosso, Director of Knowledge, Leadership and Learning for Alive & Thrive. “The A&T initiative continues to expand global knowledge on maternal nutrition, breastfeeding, and complementary feeding in its effort to improve nutrition outcomes around the world.”

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