Webinar Slidedeck: Integrating Maternal Nutrition into ANC Platforms - Results from implementation research in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, and India
This slidedeck was presented at Alive & Thrive's webinar, "Integrating maternal nutrition into antenatal care platforms: Results from Alive & Thrive's implementation research in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, and India," July 14, 2022.
Strengthening Maternal Nutrition within Antenatal Care in Ethiopia: Key findings from implementation research
There is wide recognition of the importance of integrating maternal nutrition interventions in antenatal care (ANC) to improve maternal and child health.
Process of developing models of maternal nutrition interventions integrated into antenatal care services in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and India (Sanghvi, T. Maternal Child Nutrition. 2022)
This paper explores how data was used strategically to integrate a package of nutrition interventions into ANC programs in four countries and engage community members.
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.
What is the impact of removing performance-based financial incentives on community health worker motivation? A qualitative study from an infant and young child feeding program in Bangladesh (Glenn J., 2021. BMC Health Services Research)
This study reveals that removing performance-based financial incentives from community health worker programs can negatively affect CHW motivation, suggesting that program decision makers shou
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