This study assessed the analytical capability and readiness of selected laboratories to analyse fortified food. Samples of salt, edible oil, maize meal, and wheat flour were spiked with known levels of iodine, vitamin A and iron as appropriate and sent to participating laboratories on three separate occasions.
This discussion paper is based on a review of relevant literature and interviews with investors and experts at the intersection of business and nutrition. The objectives of this paper are to assess what is needed to unlock greater commercial investment into nutritious food value chains, from nutrition to agribusiness to SME finance and blended finance.
This report aims to give insight into the opportunities for tea supply chain actors to improve nutrition security. It presents the Nutrition Tea Project implemented in Indonesia and shows the lessons learned and successes reached because of this intervention.
This report presents the findings of a focused ethnographic study conducted in Dessie Zuria Woreda, Amhara Region, Northern Ethiopia. The purpose of this study was to generate recommendations to guide the introduction of micronutrient packets to address issues of micronutrient deficiencies in this area.
This report presents the results of an evaluation of the Shakti+ pilot. The main objective of the evaluation was to assess the likelihood that Shakti+ activities contributed to the two primary outcomes that the programme implementers aimed to achieve, specifically, the use of Knorr1 iron-fortified bouillon cubes in cooking and the addition of green leafy vegetables to soups and stews.
The aim of this consumer information study was to provide context-specific information that can guide the development of behaviour change interventions aimed to promote improved eating behaviour of adolescent girls in Bangladesh.
The BADUTA Programme's objective was to reduce childhood stunting in the East Java province in Indonesia. This report presents findings from baseline and endline cross-sectional surveys conducted as part of an impact evaluation of the BADUTA Programme.
This report presents the results of a process evaluation that was conducted to measure the process and achievement of pathways to improve the implementation of Baduta program in improving the nutrition of children and pregnant mothers.
This report presents the results of an evaluation using program impact pathway analysis approach to understand factors affecting program delivery and adherence to recommendations regarding micronutrient powders.
GAIN and its partnerships aimed to improve complementary feeding practices through the delivery of a micronutrient powder and behaviour change communication messages to approximately 71,000 children 6–23 months in Ethiopia’s Amhara region through the public health system.