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Feb 08 2016

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.

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Oct 05 2015

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.

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Jun 18 2015

Nutrition stakeholder analysis: Bihar, India

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.

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Nov 14 2014

Research report: Formative research on infant and young child feeding in Viet Nam, phase 1 and phase 2

Summarizes methods and findings of a qualitative study in 2009 to identify current feeding practices and barriers to and facilitators of optimal practices, as well as summarizes findings from trials of improved practices conducted in 2010 to test the acceptability and feasibility of recommended f

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Nov 07 2014

Identifying micronutrient gaps in the diets of breastfed 6-11-month-old infants

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.

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Nov 06 2014

Using behavioral theory to evaluate the impact of mass media on breastfeeding practices in Viet Nam: Evaluation plan and baseline findings

Presents findings of a 2011 survey that serve as the baseline for the evaluation of the Viet Nam mass media campaign.

 
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