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USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Générer une demande pour une alimentation saine : Guide du marketing social dans le domaine de la nutrition

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Food Systems Food Systems
Ce guide soutient les planificateurs de programmes de nutrition en définissant, décrivant et expliquant le processus de développement de programmes de haute qualité pour commercialiser des régimes alimentaires sains.
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Programme d'alimentation complémentaire de couverture en République Démocratique du Congo Résultats d'une activité d'apprentissage

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Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts Emergency NutritionMicronutrient Interventions
Compte tenu des niveaux élevés d'insécurité alimentaire et d'émaciation chez les enfants en République démocratique du Congo (RDC), le Bureau d'assistance humanitaire de l'USAID et la Mission de l'USAID en RDC ont réalisé des investissements importants par l'intermédiaire du Programme alimentaire mondial dans des programmes d'alimentation complémentaire de couverture (BSFP) en RDC.
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RENFORCER LA DURABILITÉ DES BÉNÉVOLES DES GROUPES DE SOINS : Guide pour les activités de résilience et de sécurité alimentaire

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Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts Resilience
L'USAID en action pour la nutrition a élaboré ce guide par étapes pour les partenaires de mise en oeuvre de la RFSA comme référence pendant la conception et la mise en oeuvre du projet (par exemple, proposition, affiner et mettre en oeuvre, évaluation à mi-parcours).
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Paramètres de changement social et comportemental pour les activités de résilience et de sécurité alimentaire pendant l'affinement et la mise en oeuvre

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Nutrition in Humanitarian ContextsSocial and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for NutritionFood SecurityResilience
L'objectif de ce document est de décrire les attentes du Bureau de l'assistance humanitaire (BHA) de l'USAID sur la façon dont les partenaires de mise en oeuvre des activités de résilience et de sécurité alimentaire (RFSA) doivent aborder le changement social et comportemental (CSC) après l'attribution dans le cadre de l'approche d’affinement et de mise en oeuvre ou de tout autre processus de c
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Note technique : Recherche formative pour la conception de programmes de changement social et comportemental

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Nutrition in Humanitarian ContextsSocial and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for NutritionFood SecurityResilience
Ce document partage des considérations pour la planification de la recherche formative dans le cadre des activités de résilience et de sécurité alimentaire (RFSA) financées par le Bureau de l'assistance humanitaire (BHA) de l'USAID au cours de la période d'affinement.
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La chaîne d'approvisionnement en aliments thérapeutiques prêts à l'emploi en République démocratique du Congo: Résumé analytique

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Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts Emergency NutritionMicronutrient Interventions
En République démocratique du Congo (RDC), le grand nombre d'enfants souffrant d'émaciation sévère a entraîné une augmentation de la demande d'aliments thérapeutiques prêts à l'emploi (ATPE), le produit utilisé pour traiter les enfants en soins ambulatoires.
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How to Strengthen Nutrition Interventions for Optimal Early Childhood Development Putting the Global Child Thrive Act into Action

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Early Childhood Development Infant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
This brief offers seven recommendations grounded in evidence for the feasibility and/or effectiveness of integrating responsive care and early learning into health and nutrition programs.
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Responsive Care and Early Learning Video Series: Information Brief

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Capacity StrengtheningEarly Childhood Development Early Childhood Development
This brief provides an overview of the videos included in the Responsive Care and Early Learning (RCEL) Video Series and shares information on why they were developed and how they can be used. Strengthening the capacity of health workers and other early childhood service providers to counsel caregivers in RCEL is critical to improving early childhood development outcomes of young children.
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Guide pour l'élaboration des recommandations alimentaires visant à améliorer la consommation d'aliments riches en fer et de la vitamine A au Niger

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Nutrition in Humanitarian Contexts DietsMicronutrient Interventions
Ce guide a été conçu pour l'évaluation de nouveaux contextes et l'élaboration des recommandations adaptées à ces contextes visant à améliorer la consommation d'aliments riches en fer et en vitamine A en utilisant les ressources disponibles localement (les résultats comportementaux de cet exercice).
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LeNNS: A Multi-Country Nutrition Surveillance Learning Network

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Capacity Strengthening Micronutrient Interventions
USAID Advancing Nutrition East Africa team outlines the Learning Network on Nutrition Surveillance (LeNNS) and gives an overview of its work to date. 
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Establishing a Nutrition Learning Network that Lasts: Experiences from the Regional Learning Network on Nutrition Surveillance

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Capacity Strengthening Micronutrient Interventions
This learning brief written by the USAID Advancing Nutrition East Africa team gives an overview of the Learning Network on Nutrition Surveillance (LeNNS), discusses the co-creation process, examines the lessons learned, and suggests a way forward for the network. 
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USAID Advancing Nutrition Final Report: October 1, 2018–February 2024 (Executive Summary)

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Knowledge Management
USAID Advancing Nutrition was a five-year contract funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in August 2018 and extended through February 25, 2024. USAID created USAID Advancing Nutrition to support the implementation of USAID’s Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy 2014–2025, by—
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Measuring the Intangible Resources Caregivers Need to Provide Nurturing Care during the Complementary Feeding Period: A Scoping Review in Low- and Lower-Middle-Income Countries

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for NutritionComplementary Feeding
Caregivers require tangible (e.g., food, financial) and intangible resources to provide care to ensure child health, nutrition, and development. Intangible resources include beliefs and knowledge, education, self-efficacy, perceived physical health, mental health, healthy stress levels, social support, empowerment, equitable gender attitudes, safety and security, and time sufficiency.
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Estimating Minimum Dietary Diversity for Children: A Comparison of Agreement and Cost of Two Recall Methods in Cambodia and Zambia

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Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Infant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
The Minimum Dietary Diversity (MDD) indicator for children is a simple population-level assessment method for tracking diet quality among children 6–23 month of age.
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Assessing the Performance of National Sentinel Food Lists at Subnational Levels in Six Countries

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Food Systems Diets
The study analyzed data from seven surveys with 24-hour open dietary recalls to evaluate: (1) the percentage of reported foods that were included in each sentinel food list; (2) whether these lists captured consumption of some food groups better than others and (3) differences between estimates of dietary diversity calculated from all food items mentioned in the open 24-hour recall vs.
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Barriers to Child Feeding during and After Illness in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Results from a Qualitative Study through the Lens of Behavioral Science

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for NutritionInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
For young children experiencing an illness, adequate nutrition is critical for recovery and to prevent malnutrition, yet many children do not receive the recommended quantities of food during illness and recuperation. Our research applied a behavioral science lens to identify drivers of feeding behaviors, including barriers inhibiting caregivers from following the feeding guidelines.
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Connecting the Pieces: Structuring a Nutrition Learning Network that Lasts

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This learning brief written by the USAID Advancing Nutrition East Africa team outlines Learning Network on Nutrition Surveillance (LeNNS), membership requirements, leadership and network structures, and lessons learned. 
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Generating Demand in Public Sector Nutrition Programmes: A Way Forward

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Food Systems Behavior Change for Nutrition
Researchers conducted an online survey and in-depth interviews complemented by a document review to test the appropriateness of the Brand and Marketing Best Practices Framework in the public sector nutrition context. Findings show that the application of private sector techniques requires strengthened capacity and donor support.
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Capacity Strengthening for Better Nutrition Outcomes: What Works with Local Partners?

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Capacity Strengthening Behavior Change for Nutrition
Local organizations in low- and middle-income countries play a critical role in strengthening health systems, responding to humanitarian crises and food insecurity, and addressing the underlying causes of poor health and undernutrition.
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Measuring Organizational Growth: Integrating Ownership and Validity for Better Measurement and Stronger Partnerships

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Capacity Strengthening Behavior Change for Nutrition
Over the last five years, USAID Advancing Nutrition has supported locally-led development through our New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) program, and country-funded activities in Kenya, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Mozambique, and the Kyrgyz Republic.