Keyword: Programme impact

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Beyond the indicators - Assessing project impact on children’s lives

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)

Effect of short-term RUTF distribution on children in Niger

Summary of published research.

Issue 36, July 2009 (page 10)

Effects of agricultural and nutrition education projects on child health in Malawi

Summary of published research.

Issue 42, January 2012 (page 21)

Fresh food vouchers for refugees in Kenya

This article outlines an intervention by ACF in Dadaab to improve the nutritional intake and dietary diversity of the refugee population of Dadaab, Kenya, through a complementary food voucher scheme targeted at malnourished children.

Issue 36, July 2009 (page 20)

HIV/AIDS and Food Security in Malawi

Malawi, a land-locked country in southern Africa that is prone to food shortages, is bearing the full brunt of the African HIV/AIDS pandemic, while also struggling to strengthen its democratic institutions after 30 years under an extremely repressive dictatorial regime.

Issue 25, May 2005 (page 37)

Impact of restocking on animal genetic resources after disaster

Summary of published research.

Issue 36, July 2009 (page 8)

Targeted Food Distribution to Women and Children in Northern Afghanistan

This article describes the impact of a food distribution programme targeting households of malnourished women and children in northern Afghanistan.

Issue 20, November 2003 (page 22)

UNHCR feeding programme performance in Kenya and Tanzania

Routine monitoring data are available from the many nutrition programmes operating in camps supported by UNHCR, typically growth monitoring programmes, under the Expanded Programme on Immunisation, MUAC based household surveillance, Supplementary Feeding Programmes (SFPs) and community based therapeutic feeding programmes (TFPs).

Issue 44, December 2012 (page 28)