Journal article

Dec 08 2020

Childhood stunting and wasting in Myanmar: Key drivers and implications for policies and programmes (Blankenship, J., 2020. Maternal & Child Nutrition)

Findings indicate that the key drivers of child undernutrition in Myanmar, where prevalence of child stunting is 28% and wasting is 7%, are multifaceted and start in utero.

Journal article

Nov 15 2019

Contribution of the Alive & Thrive-UNICEF advocacy efforts to improve infant and young child feeding policies in Southeast Asia (Michaud-Letourneau, I., 2018. Maternal & Child Nutrition)

Advocacy efforts are needed to help countries align with international frameworks when improving infant and young child feeding (IYCF) policies.

Journal article

Jul 16 2017

Changes in the policy environment for infant and young child feeding in Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Ethiopia, and the role of targeted advocacy (Harris, J., 2011. BMC Public Health)

To fill a knowledge gap of how potential contribution of targeted advocacy can improve policy environments in low and middle-income countries, this study tracked changes in the policy environment over a four-year period in three countries and examined the role of targeted nutrition and IYCF advoc

Report

Apr 30 2016

Advocacy for infant and young child feeding: Strategy updates in selected countries in the ASEAN region and beyond

Strategic and well-coordinated advocacy is essential to improve nutrition at scale. Recent efforts in countries throughout Southeast Asia have generated regional momentum and resulted in stronger nutrition policies and programs.

Journal article

Sep 04 2013

Developing evidence-based advocacy and policy change strategies to protect, promote, and support infant and young child feeding (Hajeebhoy N., 2013. Food and Nutrition Bulletin)

This article was part of a special supplement in the Food and Nutrition Bulletin on the Alive & Thrive (A&T) project. Despite the existence of a strong evidence base for investing in infant and young child feeding (IYCF), sufficiently supported IYCF policies and programs are rare.

 
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