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.
GAIN and its partnerships implemented a project aimed at improving the nutrient adequacy of infant and young child diets in three districts of Sofala Province, Mozambique. The results presented in this report are based on focused ethnographic study interviews with caregivers who participated in the program.
GAIN aimed at improving the nutrient adequacy of infant and young child diets in three districts of Sofala Province, Mozambique, through the delivery of micronutrient powder, called “VitaMais”, to children 6–23 months old and behaviour change interventions.
GAIN and its partnerships supported MISAU in the implementation of a home fortification project, which aimed to improve complementary feeding practices through the delivery of micronutrient powder and behaviour change communication activities to children in three districts of Sofala Province, Mozambique.
Bangladeshi adolescents are in the midst of several modes of expansion outside their context such as from closely enmeshed family networks to broader collectives. This report covers an assessment on understanding human motivations among Bangladeshi adolescents.
This project is part of a wider initiative at GAIN on Innovative Finance and aims at assessing and sizing the financial needs of enterprises working along food value chains that could produce nutritious foods in Kenya and Tanzania with a particular focus on SMEs (small and medium sized enterprises) and food systems after the farm gate.
The Uganda Food Consumption Survey was undertaken to provide the critical body of evidence that policy makers and program designers need to make informed decisions about effective investments to reduce deficiencies of vitamins and minerals in Uganda.
This report reviews laws and policies covering the fortification of wheat flour in the Central Asian Republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan as well as Afghanistan and Pakistan, and also the fortification of edible oil in the latter two countries.
AP Foods’ approach to supplementary food production is a strong example of how GAIN’s nutrition partners learn from and use business-centered practices to achieve improved quality and efficiency within public sector or non-profit organisational contexts.
Dietary assessment data are essential for designing, implementing and evaluating food fortification and other food‐based nutrition programs. This paper strives to fill this gap in the literature while providing practical guidance to inform programming decisions.