Attitudes, beliefs and social norms regarding infant and young child feeding among Nigerian mothers, fathers and grandmothers across time (Schnefke C, Flax V, et al. Maternal Child Nutrition. 2023)
Focus group discussions with mothers, fathers and grandmothers of young children across three time points in areas where an IYCF social and behaviour change intervention was implemented in Nigeria explored differences by participant type and shifts over time in attitudes, beliefs and social norms
The volume and monetary value of human milk produced by the world's breastfeeding mothers: Results from a new tool (Smith J, Iellamo A, Mathisen R, Ngyuen T, 2023)
The Mothers' Milk Tool was developed to make more visible the economic value contributed to society by women's unpaid care work through breastfeeding infants and young children.
This short video, intended for advocates and policy makers, introduces the Mothers' Milk Tool, which makes it possible to calculate the economic impact of breastfeeding on society. Women's production of mothers' milk is a crucial contributor to the global economy, yet it has never been syste
How India's private hospitals are catalysing change for maternal, infant and young child nutrition: Quality improvement case studies from private hospitals in Bihar
In India, more than 60% of the healthcare infrastructure is private. Half of all births in urban areas and a quarter of all births in rural areas take place in private facilities.
Improving Dietary Practices of Adolescent Girls in Ethiopia: Key findings from implementation research
From 2019 to 2021, Alive & Thrive supported the Government of Ethiopia to develop and implement an adolescent nutrition program to improve dietary practices among adolescent girls. This brief summarizes some of the notable highlights from the implementation research endline findings.
This catalogue presents school-based adolescent nutrition program leaders and implementers with a descriptive list of effective tools for delivering SBC-based adolescent nutrition interventions at scale.