Formative research to support improved infant feeding in Burkina Faso: Findings and recommendations for action
This brief discusses the findings and recommendations from a study conducted to identify existing practices, barriers, and facilitating factors related to optimal infant and young child feeding in Burkina Faso.
This report describes the methodology, results, and recommendations from a stakeholder landscape study that intended to capture a snapshot of nutrition stakeholders in Bihar, India, and to develop an understanding of how they interact with each other to achieve nutrition outcomes.
This report describes the methodology, key findings, and recommended actions behind our research that intended to identify opportunities to increase support for stronger infant and young child feeding policies and improved policy and program implementation in the state of Bihar, India.
Presents the methodology and results of using linear programming to determine whether micronutrient needs could be met using only unfortified local foods in three countries, explores options for meeting these needs that includes fortified products, and compares the costs of the various scenarios.
The goal of this project was to examine the effect on breastfeeding (BF) rates of providing mothers with cell phone-based breastfeeding (BF) counseling in addition to maternity hospital retraining in the Baby-friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI).
Cell phone-based breastfeeding counseling, coupled with retraining of hospital staff in the Baby-friendly Hospital Initiative, increased rates of early initiation and exclusive breastfeeding in India.