Baseline survey of an integrated home fortification project in the Amhara and Tigray regions of Ethiopia


Prior to implementation of an integrated home fortification project in Amhara and Tigray regions of Ethiopia, which aimed to improve complementary feeding practices through the delivery of a micronutrient powder (MNP) and behaviour change communication messages to approximately 71,000 children 6–23 months in six woredas in Ethiopia’s Amhara region through the public health system, a baseline survey was conducted.

The objective of the baseline survey was to measure outcome indicators and to describe potential factors that might influence those outcomes other than the project activities. Results included socio-economic characteristics of the respondent households, exposure to aspects of the Federal Ministry of Health health service delivery platform, and infant and child practices. The baseline survey results will be compared to those from an endline survey in the same population to examine the effectiveness of the programme as part of an impact evaluation.

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