On the 1st of December, 2020, Growth through Nutrition activity conducted a webinar on Transforming Food Systems: Lessons Learned from Global and Local Experience. The webinar was organized by Tufts University in collaboration with Save the Children International and was attended by more than sixty nutrition, health, and other development professionals.
Growth through Nutrition Baseline Survey
It order to properly monitor and evaluate project implementation, it was requried to set base values for its identified indicators measuring results in areas of maternal and child nutrition; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and behaviors related to utilization of quality nutrition services and utilization of WASH products and services. The Activity therefore conducted a baseline survey to set base values for these selected indicators and also that will  provide management with benchmark to periodically assess the advancement towards set targets, as well as comparing improvements in livelihood and improved nutrition during the implementation;  provide current quantitative data and inform possible strategy and target revision/verification; and  assess the current state of women and children’s health, nutrition and access to services.
A representative population based quantitative household survey was conducted to collect data for the required impact and outcome indicators. The baseline survey collected population-based data for the identified indicators measuring results in areas of maternal and child nutrition; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and behaviors related to utilization of quality nutrition services and utilization of WASH products and services. In addition to the quantitative household survey, a stakeholder analysis (employing qualitative study technique) was conducted.
Survey Report on Growth through Nutrition Baseline Survey - Nov 2017