USAID Advancing Nutrition develops, curates, packages, and shares multi-sectoral nutrition knowledge to help you stay on top of developments and evidence in global nutrition programming.

Collections

USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

A collection of publications, tools, and technical resources from USAID and its projects, including USAID Advancing Nutrition. Go to the Hub ›

Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

A bi-monthly round-up of research, tools, news, and events from across the global nutrition community. Go to the Resource Review ›

Search across all resource collections

We found 1561 resource(s)

Share This
Share this page on Twitter
Share this page on Facebook
Share this page on LinkedIn
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Capturing Cost Data: A First-mile Problem

Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning
In this blog post, economist Alaka Holla walks through the preliminary considerations and challenges of collecting cost data.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Linking Climate Change, Gender and Nutrition: Approaches, Highlights and the Way Forward

Food Systems
In this webinar, speakers from the Gender, Climate Change and Nutrition Integration Initiative and the USAID Bureau for Food Security discussed how to integrate resilience, gender, and nutrition into program interventions to maximize development impact.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Supporting Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture through Neglected and Underutilized Species—Operational Framework

Food Systems
In this report, Investing in Rural People and Biodiversity International provides an operational framework to help Investing in Rural People project development teams integrate neglected and underutilized species into their activities.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Trade, Nutrition, and Sustainable Food Systems

Food Systems
This paper identifies three key starting points to make progress toward this goal: 1) the public health sector should acknowledge that because trade has the potential to enhance as well as hinder health outcomes, it deserves further attention; 2) public health actors need to be better prepared with the right language to push for better policy; and 3) public health actors need to frame nutrition…
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

The Relative Caloric Prices of Healthy and Unhealthy Foods Differ Systematically across Income Levels and Continents

Food Systems
This paper aims to quantify the link between price and dietary indicators and nutrition outcomes. Pulling from existing databases, it determines the relative caloric prices for foods across different categories, such as animal source foods and starchy staples, in 176 countries.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

The Effect of Food Price Changes on Consumer Purchases: A Randomised Experiment

Food Systems
This study used a virtual supermarket to emulate different food price and subsidy scenarios and determine the effect of price changes on the consumer's total food basket.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Field Exchange Special Issue on the Continuum of Care for Acute Malnutrition

Nutrition in Humanitarian ContextsNutrition and Health Systems
This special edition takes stock of current acute malnutrition programming efforts, including successes and ongoing challenges, through a curated summary of 8 field articles, 19 research studies, and 1 evaluation.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Spatial Typology for Targeted Food and Nutrition Security Intervention

Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts
This study describes a typology to help programmers identify food security priority areas and target interventions using limited data.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Leveraging Human Nutrition through Livestock Interventions: Perceptions, Knowledge, Barriers and Opportunities in the Sahel

Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts
This paper asserts that limited animal source food interventions are incorporated into development programming, using USAID Feed the Future initiatives as an example.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Effects of Microbiota-directed Foods in Gnotobiotic Animals and Undernourished Children

Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts
This paper examines the links among therapeutic diets, microbiota development, and the growth recovery of children in Bangladesh.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

The Science Behind the First 1,000 Days: Linking Nutrition, Brain Development, and Nurturing Care

Early Childhood Development
In this webinar, Dr. Sarah Cusick, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota, provided an overview of how nutrient deficiency in the first 1,000 days can lead to long-term dysfunction and how application of the general principles of nutrient and brain interaction can help inform programming.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Nurturing Care Framework for Early Childhood Development: Dissemination and Uptake Since May 2018

Early Childhood Development
One year after WHO, UNICEF, the World Bank, and partners launched the Nurturing Care Framework, they published this report on efforts by countries around the world to adopt it.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Nutrition, Hygiene and Stimulation Education for Impoverished Mothers in Rural Uganda: Effect on Maternal Depression Symptoms and Their Associations to Child Development Outcomes

Early Childhood Development
Maternal depression is linked to poor developmental outcomes in young children.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Improving Parenting Practices and Development for Young Children in Rwanda: Results from a Randomized Control Trial

Early Childhood Development
The first years of life have long-term impacts on children’s development across language, cognitive, social-emotional, and motor domains, yet evidence on critical parent-young child interactions in low-income settings is scarce.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Early Childhood Development and Stunting: Findings from the MAL-ED Birth Cohort Study in Bangladesh

Early Childhood Development
A recent study in Bangladesh, where 36 percent of under‐5 children are stunted, explored the differences in child development between non-stunted and stunted.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

The Continental Nutrition Accountability Scorecard: A Call for Better Advocacy and Accountability for Nutrition Investments in Africa

Publication Date:
Knowledge Management GenderMicronutrient Interventions
Recommendations to tackle malnutrition in all its forms include increasing budgetary allocations for multi-sectoral nutrition plans, enforcing compliance with mandatory food fortification legislation, increasing women’s and girls’ empowerment, and ensuring timely collection of high-quality data.
Event

The Science Behind the First 1,000 Days: Linking Nutrition, Brain Development, and Nurturing Care Webinar

-
Early Childhood Development
The first 1,000 days spanning roughly between conception and a child’s second birthday is a period of unique development, representing both risk and opportunity.
Event

Building Healthy Communities at Home and Abroad: Catalyzing the Impact of the U.S. Government’s Efforts to Support Breastfeeding Families

-
In honor of World Breastfeeding Week and National Breastfeeding Month, the U.S. Government Global Nutrition Coordination Plan hosted an event in Washington D.C on August 2019 to bring together U.S. Government departments and agencies, implementing partners, external stakeholders, civil society, and other breastfeeding advocates to discuss U.S. Government investments in supporting families to…
Event

Improving Nutrition Services in the Care of the Ill and Vulnerable Newborn and Child Webinar

-
Join USAID Advancing Nutrition and USAID's MCSP to learn about important outcomes from this workshop and to discuss progress made at the country level to institutionalize and operationalize country action plans.
Event

Nourishing Lives & Building the Future: The History of Nutrition at USAID

-
On June 25, 2019, USAID launched a new resource showcasing the Agency's support for various nutrition focus areas, related research, vulnerable populations, and programming approaches over the past 50 years.