Nutrition

 

 

Action Contre la Faim
Nutrition and mortality survey utilized in Sudan.
  

Médecins Sans Frontières
Part II : Rapid Nutrition Surveys--Sampling Methods
  

UNICEF-Afghanistan and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This package contains most of the some computer files you may useful when conducting a survey evaluating 1) the nutritional status of children less than 5 years of age, 2) the nutritional status of women of reproductive age (15 – 49 years), 3) the recent rate and causes of mortality, 4) the reproductive health of women of reproductive age, 5) child and infant breastfeeding practices, 6) micronutrient status of children less than 5 years of age, and 7) mictronutrient status of women of reproductive age. These materials were used in carrying out a survey in Badghis Province in March 2002.
  

Food Aid Management
The workshop was designed for PVO field and headquarters staff involved in Title II program management. The goal of the workshop was to provide PVO Title II managers with basic knowledge of the sampling process in order to be able to provide adequate direction and supervision to the technical staff (or external consultants) who design and conduct surveys.
  

Catholic Relief Services
This manual articulates the purposes and methods of PRA and RRA to address food security. It elaborates the entire process and provides detailed examples of the use of different qualitative research tools and methods. Food security is the research problem described.
  

FEWS
This manual describes de FEWS security risk assessment method in its entirety-data collection through reporting. The methodology is a qualitative method tool.
  

FANTA Project
This guide provides information on the anthropometric impact indicators and the annual monitoring indicators for Maternal and Child Health/Child Survival (MCH/CS) and income related activities. The focus is on the collection and reporting of indicators to improve program management and document progress towards the achievement of results.
  

Action Against Hunger
The objective of this manual is to introduce the reader to the information indispensable for implementing a nutritional program and treating cases of malnutrition. It is based on the most recent scientific publications, as well as Action Against Hunger's own field experience.
  

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