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Country data profile – Burkina Faso

This data profile from Transform Nutrition West Africa on Burkina Faso aims to: Summarize all available primary data sources and secondary data aggregation platforms for key nutrition indicators representative at the national level. Assess the identified data sources for each indicator across four dimensions (i) validity and comparability, (ii) timeliness, (iii) accessibility, and (iv) representativeness….

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Implementation in Nutrition: A Tools Map

The Knowledge for Implementation and Impact Initiative (KI3) set out to strengthen the availability, access and utilization of implementation knowledge to accelerate progress in scaling up implementation and impact on nutrition. One of its activities focused on the development of a Tools Map, which is an interactive, user friendly, and visually engaging map on implementation…

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Nutrition policy in West Africa – Evidence Note

This brief summarizes nutrition-relevant policies, strategies, and action plans in West Africa. With a focus on the six nutrition challenges that make up the World Health Assembly global targets, we examine: i) nutrition context, policy objectives, indicators, budget, and activities, ii) key beneficiaries, actors and coordination, iii) monitoring, evaluation, and accountability, and iv) the extent…

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Nutrition policy in Burkina Faso – Evidence Note

This brief summarizes nutrition-relevant policies in Burkina Faso. We examine: i) nutrition context, policy objectives, indicators, budget, and activities, ii) key beneficiaries, actors and coordination, iii) monitoring, evaluation, and accountability, and iv) whether current policies are aligned with the World Health Assembly (WHA) global targets.

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Nutrition Policy in Nigeria – Evidence Note

This brief summarizes nutrition-relevant policies in Nigeria. We examine: i) nutrition context, policy objectives, indicators, budget, and activities, ii) key beneficiaries, actors and coordination, iii) monitoring, evaluation, and accountability, and iv) whether current policies are aligned with the World Health Assembly (WHA) global targets.   HTML LINK