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Searching with a thematic focus on Political economy of undernutrition, Nutrition

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    Tracking Investments in Nutrition in Africa

    Oxford Policy Management, 2015
    There is considerable interest in greater transparency and accountability for aid expenditures. One result of this is that countries receiving external assistance have been encouraged to put effort into tracking spending.
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    Priority Nutrition Indicators for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals

    United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition, 2014
    Explicit attention to nutrition is needed as the world seeks to accelerate and sustain recent gains in development, and to expand these to include places and people who have been left behind. Without good nutrition, people’s mind and body cannot function well. When that happens, the foundations of economic, social and cultural life of society are undermined.
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    Helpdesk Report: Nutrition data and accountability

    Department for International Development, UK, 2012
    This report includes the following sections: Use of community scorecards (CSCs) to improve nutrition services:
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    Baluchistan Province report: nutrition political economy, Pakistan

    Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition, 2014
    In the Baluchistan Province of Pakistan, under-nutrition remains a recognized health problem and plays a substantial role in the region’s elevated maternal and child morbidity and mortality rates. Fifty-two per cent of children have stunted growth, 73.5% of children and 60.7% of pregnant women have vitamin A deficiency.
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    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province report: nutrition political economy, Pakistan

    Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition, 2014
    In the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Province of Pakistan, under-nutrition remains a recognized health problem and plays a substantial role in the region’s elevated maternal and child morbidity and mortality rates. Forty-eight per cent of children have stunted growth 68.5% of children and 76.2% of pregnant women have vitamin A deficiency.
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    Punjab Province report: nutrition political economy, Pakistan

    Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition, 2014
    In the Punjab Province of Pakistan, under-nutrition remains a recognized health problem and plays a substantial role in the region’s elevated maternal and child morbidity and mortality rates. Although Punjab as a whole has marginally less under-nutrition than other provinces, there are large disparities within the province.
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    Sindh Province report: nutrition political economy Pakistan

    Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition, 2014
    In the Sindh Province of Pakistan, under-nutrition remains a recognised health problem and plays a substantial role in the region’s elevated maternal and child morbidity and mortality rates. Forty per cent of children are underweight and 73% of children and 62% of pregnant women are anaemic.
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    Report on phase 1 of the spatial mapping of nutrition programming project

    Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition, 2014
    This report provides output for Phase 1 of DFID’s spatial mapping of nutrition programming project. The overall project comprises two discrete phases and aims to better understand if and how spatial analysis can help to coordinate and co-locate nutrition relevant programmes.
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    Assessing long-term impacts of conditional cash transfers on children and young adults in rural Nicaragua

    International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2014
    Conditional cash transfer (CCT) programmes, which offer families cash grants conditional on attendance at school or preventive health visits, have expanded rapidly over the past decade.
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    Effectiveness of communication strategies embedded in social marketing programmes on health behaviours and related health and welfare outcomes in LMICs

    The Campbell Collaboration, 2015
    Health related communication strategies have changed significantly in the last 15 years from top down public service announcements to a wider approach which draws on behaviour models and methods used in marketing and adapted for the purposes of "social marketing".

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