The purpose of the research was to demonstrate ways in which nutrition interventions can be integrated into health programs in order to reduce maternal and newborn mortality and improve overall health of both mother and child.
The objective of this study was to identify factors associated with the uptake of antenatal care (ANC) and iron supplementation among women in Afar, Ethiopia; Sedhiou and Kolda, Senegal; and Kakamega, Kenya, in order to improve maternal care programs in these hard-to-reach areas.
This paper aimed to describe the rationale and methods considered by Nutrition International when implementing demonstration Community-Based Maternal and Neonatal Health and Nutrition (CBMNH-N) projects in four countries in Africa.
Assessing progress towards the Movement’s objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals for a world without hunger and malnutrition requires the alignment of globally agreed monitoring frameworks and initiatives. The SUN MEAL system will be the means for measuring the extent to which the SUN Movement is achieving results and impact.