Endline survey for a micronutrient powder intervention among young children in Mozambique


An endline survey was conducted as part of a programme evaluation for a project implemented by the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, in partnership with Save the Children (STC) and Population Services International (PSI). The survey aimed to improve complementary feeding practices through the delivery of micronutrient powder (MNP) and behaviour change communication activities to children 6–23 months old in three districts of Sofala Province, Mozambique.

The results of the endline survey provide characteristics of the survey populations; knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to vouchers, MNP and infant and child feeding, including household coverage and recent intake of fortified foods; household participation in other health, nutrition, and development interventions; and recent child morbidity. The results will be compared to those from a baseline survey in the same population to examine the effectiveness of the programme as part of an impact evaluation.

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