Most Vulnerable Households 2017 Baseline and 2018 Follow Up Survey Results
Report summarizing and comparing the results of the annual Growth through Nutrition Most Vulnerable Household Surveys from 2017 and 2018, which are conducted to assess the changes brought about by the project interventions targeting MVHHs, to provide information to inform project implementation and to allow tracking of changes in households over time.
An Assessment of the Barriers and Facilitators of Healthy Food Production, Purchase, and Consumption in the Amhara and SNNP Regions of Ethiopia: Summary Report
Summary Report on findings from operational research on the barriers and facilitators to the production, consumption, sale and purchase of healthy foods by Model Farmers and Most Vulnerable Households in Amhara and SNNPR.
The Stark Difference Between Siblings – Good Nutrition
Tilahun and Shitaye are the proud parents of four beautiful, young girls who live in the towering, rainy hills of Bule District in southern Ethiopia. Genet, their youngest daughter, has grown up to be a strong, healthy two-year old and a hallmark for good nutrition in the neighborhood!
Learning Document - “Bridging the Gap between Research and Policy & Programs”
The learning document is based on the comments of a panel discussion through the Project Research and Learning Working Group platform to discuss potential strategies and solutions to bridging the gap between research and practice/policy.
Seqota Declaration Progress Update, Challenges, and Lesson Learned
The presentation describes a three-phase action plan to be rolled out in fifteen years in terms of the active agents, infrastructure and technologies involved in the Seqota declaration, a government commitment to ending stunting in Ethiopia for children under 2yrs by 2030.
As with any solution, getting the conversation started on improved nutrition is a big step. This success story describes the effect of enhanced community conversations, first conducted by Growth Through Nutrition (a USAID Feed the Future Initiative), have affected the way young couple Alemu and Alemtsehay think about their family's diet.
Among the Growth Through Nutrition livelihood package, vulnerable farmers are provided s vegetable and pulse seeds, fruit seedlings, farming tools, and poultry or small ruminants. The document is a success story from the Amhara region where one particular crop, the mung been (or "masho" as it is known locally) is becoming increasingly popular.