Brief

Aug 03 2022

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Strengthening Maternal Nutrition within Antenatal Care in Burkina Faso: Key findings from implementation research

In Burkina Faso, maternal and neonatal mortality remain high, and undernutrition is highly prevalent among women and children. Anemia, a contributor to maternal mortality, affects more than half of women of reproductive age in the country.

Announcement

Aug 01 2022

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WEBINAR: Accelerating the 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding in West and Central Africa. Leveraging Experiences from Southeast Asia

The Stronger with Breastmilk Only regional initiative, a collaboration of UNICEF, WHO and Alive & Thrive, is pleased to invite stakeholders to a 90-minute webinar on August 22 at 12:00 GMT to discuss how to accelera

Brief

Feb 09 2021

Nutrition Interventions in Antenatal Care and Immediate Postnatal Care in Burkina Faso / Interventions Nutritionnelles dans le cadre des soins prénatals et postnatals immédiats

This brief presents baseline study findings on maternal nutrition in Burkina Faso. 
Cette note présente les résultats d'une enquête de base sur la nutrition maternelle au Burkina Faso.

Handout

Apr 21 2020

Profils nutritionnels de six régions du Burkina Faso

Ces profils nutritionnels présentent des données MIYCN pour six régions du Burkina Faso, y compris des données sur les indicateurs de santé et de nutrition, les causes de la sous nutrition, les plateformes de promotion de la nutrition et les soins de santé prénatals et infantiles, et les objectifs n

Brief

Apr 09 2019

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Alive & Thrive Burkina Faso 2017-2022

A&T’s work in Burkina Faso began as a partnership with the Ministry of Health (MoH) to implement the National Scale Up Plan for Infant and Young Child Feeding (2013-2025).

Brief

Nov 30 2018

Strengthening the integration of maternal, infant, and young child nutrition into reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health platforms in Burkina Faso: an urgent need

Despite recent improvements in maternal and child health, death rates for children under 5 remain high. Efforts must be made to attain the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals for health and hunger.

 
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