Factors associated with infant and young child feeding practices in Amhara region and nationally in Ethiopia
Describes the methodology and findings of a study designed to better understand the factors contributing to suboptimal IYCF practices and stunting in Ethiopia’s Amhara Region.
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.
Rapid assessment of infant and young child feeding in communities in Tigray and SNNP regions of Ethiopia
Complements earlier formative research through an assessment of communication channels, available resources, and training needs of health extension workers and volunteers.
Presents findings from the baseline survey conducted in Tigray and SNNP regions in 2010 as part of the impact evaluation of A&T interventions.
The goal of the Alive & Thrive (A&T) Grants Program (2009 to 2014) was to identify new solutions for scaling up effective and sustainable interventions to improve infant and young child feeding by linking research to program delivery.
Presents findings from the formative research conducted by Alive & Thrive in 2010 that informed program design in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia.