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USAID Advancing Nutrition
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Improving the skills and competencies of the global nutrition workforce (e.g., nutrition program managers and technical staff) to design, plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate nutrition services is one of the key capacity gaps that the nutrition sector needs to address to improve the coverage and effectiveness of nutrition service provision and ultimately health and nutrition outcomes.

This brief provides practical information about how to assess nutrition training programs, utilizing best practices from the capacity strengthening field to create more effective and efficient programs.

See the Capacity Strengthening to Improve Nutrition Brief for additional information on the challenges of measuring capacity strengthening activities.

A Case Example for Measuring the Effectiveness of Training: Food Fortification in Uganda illustrates measurement tools and approaches at work.

Read more about USAID Advancing Nutrition's work on capacity strengthening. 

Effectively Measuring Training