Brief

Mar 09 2022

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Weight gain during pregnancy in low- and middle-income countries

The science of maternal nutrition and its application programmatically continues to evolve as societies change and demographics shift. Yet, across the globe, in many diverse settings, questions remain about maternal weight gain and diet. How much weight should a woman gain during pregnancy?

Brief

Mar 04 2022

Nigeria Country Brief

This brief describes A&T’s new and ongoing efforts to scale up MIYCN interventions in Nigeria.

Journal article, Research

Dec 07 2021

Gaps in the Implementation and Uptake of Maternal Nutrition Interventions in Antenatal Care Services in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and India (Sanghvi T., 2021. Maternal & Child Nutrition)

This paper demonstrates that maternal nutrition intervention (MNI) coverage was consistently lower than antenatal care (ANC) coverage in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, and India, despite ANC being the largest global platform to deliver MNI.

Journal article, Research

Oct 13 2021

Maternal diets in India: gaps, barriers, and opportunities (Nguyen PH., 2021. Nutrients)

This study assesses maternal nutrition, and the enablers, barriers, and current policy and program strategies to improve dietary patterns and intakes.

Journal article, Research

Sep 09 2021

Maternal resources for care are associated with child growth and early childhood development in Bangladesh and Vietnam (Basnet S., Child: Care, Health and Development. 2021)

Resources for care, represented by maternal height, well-nourishment, mental well-being, decision-making, support in chores and perceived social support, were analyzed against Alive & Thrive baseline data from household surveys in Bangladesh and Viet Nam and found to be associated with child

Brief

Aug 04 2021

Nutrition and Food Insecurity during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The impact of the pandemic on MIYCN services in India and Bangladesh

This brief summarizes findings of two separate studies in India and Bangladesh, led by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and Alive & Thrive (A&T).

 
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