Nutrition Intervention Monitoring System
In collaboration with University of Toronto and Campbell Collaboration/University of Ottawa, we develop gender- and equality-related nutrition indicators to ensure the quality of our programs.
A dedicated team of global experts working on effective and sustainable solutions to malnutrition.
The innovative efforts and deep knowledge of our technical teams drive stronger and more meaningful impact throughout all of our work facing the world's greatest public health challenge—malnutrition.
Our work is guided by a dedicated and talented team of experts working globally and at regional levels to end malnutrition worldwide.
Our Global Technical Services (GTS) Unit drives continuous improvements in the quality of Nutrition International’s programs and enables the efforts of global partners through technical leadership, evidence and data, and innovative products and services.
We help translate evidence into strong policies that provide high-quality nutrition programs to serve the people who need them most.
GTS continues to move forward with proven methods while exploring new approaches, forging meaningful technical partnerships, and sharing knowledge through relevant products and services.
Surveillance plays an essential role in sparking new policy and determining whether existing policies and programs are meeting their targets in reducing malnutrition.
Our nutrition information systems team supports all program surveillance activities, providing guidance on program monitoring and quality assurance of coverage surveys to quantify Nutrition International’s contribution through our nutrition programs.
This team supports our regional and country officers in ensuring the quality of Nutrition International’s programs, as well as providing technical support and capacity-building to government agencies interested in large-scale micronutrient and food consumption surveys.
In assessing our existing programs and testing innovative approaches to program delivery, we generate compelling evidence for nutrition interventions and scale-up.
Nutrition International has over 20 active research projects, including randomised trials, demonstration projects, cost effectiveness studies, evaluations, and sustainability of nutrition interventions. Every year, our global staff publish more than 25 peer reviewed publications.
Our evaluation and strategic research team: