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Poverty Mapping. Malnutrition in Nigeria • Top-10 of countries with children <5yrs either - underweight, - stunted - wasted children • <5yrs mortality rate - 191 per 1000 births (SOFI 2001, 1995 figures). Malnutrition in Nigeria. 1. Decision Making Problems

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Poverty mapping

Poverty Mapping


Poverty mapping

  • Malnutrition in Nigeria

  • •Top-10 of countries with children <5yrs either

  • - underweight,

  • - stunted

  • - wasted children

  • • <5yrs mortality rate

  • - 191 per 1000 births

  • (SOFI 2001, 1995 figures)

Malnutrition in Nigeria

  • 1. Decision Making Problems

  • 2. Gather Data and Build a GIS

  • 3. Conduct Spatial Analysis

  • 4. Generate Maps, Products

  • 5. Disseminate to Users

  • 1. what is the end-objective?

  •  Increased Nutrition

  • 2. what is the best intervention level?

  • 3. How to achieve this intervention?

  • 4. How to reach target group?

    • Undernourishment in Nigeria

    • 1980 44%

    • 1991 16%

    • 1997 8%

    • (SOFI, 2000)


    Poverty mapping

    Malnutrition in Nigeria

    Intervention Pathways

    • 1. what is the end-objective?

  •  Increased Nutrition

  • 2. what is the best intervention level?

  • 3. How to achieve this intervention?

  • 4. How to reach target group?


  • Poverty mapping

    • 1. What is the end-objective?

  • 2. What is the best intervention level?

  • - Food Survey Sampling: 3 states per AEZ; 10 LGA per State, 10 Villages per LGA, 2-4 HH per village - Nutrition Study: Within-state Grid-based sampling

  • - Intervention possibilities: Intervention Level

  • 3. How to achieve this intervention?

  • 4. How to reach target group?

  • Malnutrition in Nigeria

    “Use of geospatial predictive drivers”

    Regional

    Organisations and

    Institutions

    Scaling

    UP

    National Government,

    Organisations and

    Institutions

    Catalysts

    IITA

    NARES

    NGOs

    Innovative

    Farmers

    Local

    Government,

    Org. andInstitutions

    Household

    Village

    Community


    Poverty mapping

    Malnutrition in Nigeria

    Scale-Dependent Framework

    Intervention,

    Catalysts

    CGIAR

    NARES

    NGOs

    Innovative

    Farmers

    • 2. What is the best intervention level?

    • 3. How to achieve this intervention?

    • 4. How to reach target group?

    Note: CBO is community-based organisation.

    Source: Douthwaite/Van Der Meer after Ellis-Jones (2001) adapted from IIRR (2000)


    Poverty mapping

    Malnutrition in Nigeria

    “Use of geospatial predictive drivers”

    G I S

    Intervention

    IITA

    NARS

    NGO

    Innovative Farmers

    Information

    Analysis

    Present

    G I S

    • 1. What is the end-objective?

  • 2. What is the best intervention level?

  • 3. How to achieve this intervention?

  • - Use of GIS in defining problem (Information),

  • (Spatial) Awareness/ Analysis, Communication to Policy Makers

  • 4. How to reach target group?


  • Poverty mapping

    Malnutrition in Nigeria

    “What Researchers Will Do”

    • 1. Decision Making Problems

    • 2. Gather Data and Build a GIS

    • 3. Conduct Spatial Analysis

    • 4. Generate Maps, Products

    • 5. Disseminate to Users


    Poverty mapping

    Malnutrition in Nigeria

    Proposal

    • 1. Decision Making Problems

    • 2. Gather Data and Build a GIS

    • 3. Conduct Spatial Analysis

    • 4. Generate Maps, Products

    • 5. Disseminate to Users

    • - Surveys

    • … - General

    •  RUSEP


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