Social franchising and a nationwide mass media campaign increased the prevalence of adequate complementary feeding in Viet Nam: a cluster-randomized program evaluation (Rawat R., 2017. Journal of Nutrition)
Alive & Thrive (A&T) applied principles of social franchising within the government health system in Viet Nam to improve the quality of interpersonal counseling (IPC) for complementary feeding (CF).
Incorporating elements of social franchising in government health services improves the quality of infant and young child feeding counselling services at commune health centres in Viet Nam (Nguyen, P.H., 2014. Health Policy and Planning)
This study assessed the effects of incorporating social franchising on infant and young child feeding (IYCF) counseling facilities and services.
Program impact pathway analysis of a social franchise model shows potential to improve infant and young child feeding practices in Viet Nam (Nguyen PH., 2014. Journal of Nutrition)
By mapping the mechanisms through which interventions are expected to achieve impact, program impact pathway (PIP) analysis lays out the theoretical causal links between program activities, outcomes, and impacts.