Brief, Handout

Oct 28 2020

An overview of Alive & Thrive's implementation research

Alive & Thrive's implementation research spans its program areas, seeking to answer "how" to implement effective interventions and policies. Active studies are detailed in the attached documents.

Guide

Oct 01 2017

Alive & Thrive Ethiopia multimedia and training catalogue

Building on experiences and lessons learned from its first five years in Ethiopia, Alive & Thrive Phase II (2014-2017) provided support to roll out elements of the government’s multi-sectoral National Nutrition Program (NNP) aimed at improving breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices

Guide

Dec 28 2015

Drivers of behavior (radio): Ethiopia program strategy

This tool consists of a simple table that traces the pathway from formative research findings in Ethiopia— especially regarding the benefits and barriers to priority behaviors—to approaches/messages for the radio component of our intervention.

Guide

Oct 08 2015

Small doable actions in Ethiopia

Provides a list of small doable actions (i.e., priority behaviors or feeding practices) for mothers and concrete actions that other groups (e.g., fathers, grandmothers, health extension workers, religious leaders) can take to support a mother’s actions.

Guide

Oct 08 2015

Supportive follow-up check lists for infant & young child feeding (IYCF) in Ethiopia

Provides checklists and guidelines for conducting, reporting on, and developing action plans as follow up to supportive visits by supervisors to observe nutrition services and counseling at multiple levels (zonal, health center, health post, and community).

Field note

Oct 01 2015

Alive & Thrive engages church leaders to improve nutrition in Ethiopia’s Amhara region

In large parts of Amhara region of Ethiopia, food availability and production are among the highest in the country. Yet, so are rates of chronic malnutrition (DHS, 2011). Alive & Thrive, in collaboration with the Government of Ethiopia, set out to address these discrepancies.

 
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