Category: Nutrition interventions
Since February 2000 the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) has been implementing a project to improve household food security through home gardening and nutrition education in southern Somalia.
Issue 13, August 2001 (page 24)
In humanitarian work, how do we know that we are positively reaching distinct members of a community? When we calculate beneficiary households, can we be sure that everyone in the household is really benefiting? And is it clear to what extent they are benefiting?.
Issue 40, February 2011 (page 32)
Summary of published paper.
Issue 14, November 2001 (page 4)
Food security continues to be a challenging and often elusive possibility for many of the almost 2 million camp-based refugees worldwide.
Issue 40, February 2011 (page 50)
A report by the Joint Evaluation Follow-up Monitoring and Facilitation Network (JEFF).
Issue 4, June 1998 (page 29)
Summary of MSc Thesis.
Issue 18, March 2003 (page 7)
Ethiopia is a diverse country where a significant proportion of the population live on or below the poverty line, where food insecurity is widespread and rates of acute malnutrition are often at or above the international threshold that defines an emergency situation.
Issue 40, February 2011 (page 4)
The International Nutrition Foundation (INF), in collaboration with the United Nations University (UNU) with funding from the Micronutrient Initiative (MI) will establish the Iron Deficiency Project Advisory Service (IDPAS).
Issue 12, April 2001 (page 10)
Food for the Hungry Ethiopia (FHE) began working in Ethiopia in 1984 through aid efforts in response to the famine at that time. In the beginning, FHE operated through partner organisations, delivering emergency food aid to those affected by the famine.
Issue 40, February 2011 (page 57)
During recent field work (notably in Burundi), I came across certain worrying practices in the emergency nutrition sector.
Issue 16, August 2002 (page 28)
Summary of published paper.
Issue 21, March 2004 (page 8)
Most people have heard of the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention - known as CDC.
Issue 12, April 2001 (page 19)
Summary of research.
Issue 41, August 2011 (page 18)
Summary of published research.
Issue 39, September 2010 (page 18)
This article shares some experiences of the company, Nutriset, in applying a social marketing approach to assess the affordability of a micronutrient supplement for 1-5 year olds to low income mothers in Niamey, Niger.
Issue 35, March 2009 (page 28)
Early CTC programmes prioritised the timely provision of an appropriate level of care to a large proportion of the target population and monitored this using the standard SPHERE indicators plus assessments of coverage.
Supplement 2, November 2004 (page 53)
Ethiopia hosts around 112,201 refugees. Approximately 1,564 reside as urban refugees, while the remainder live in eight different refugee camps. The majority of refugees are of Somali (K/Beyah, Shedr, Awbarre and Boqolmayo), Sudanese (Fugnido and Sherkole) and Eritrean (Mayani, Asayta and Shimelba) nationalities.
Issue 40, February 2011 (page 36)
Summary of meeting.
Issue 35, March 2009 (page 24)