Title. Date. Implementing Baselines for Feed the Future. Photo Credit: AFP. Session Objectives. By the end of this session, You will able to: U nderstand the what, why, when, and how of baseline collection
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Implementing Baselines for Feed the Future
Photo Credit: AFP
By the end of this session, You will able to:
3—1 Prevalence of underweight children under five years of age
4—1 Prevalence of poverty: Percent of people living on less than 1.25/day
4.5-1 Per capita expenditures of USG targeted beneficiaries
4.5-X Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI)
3—5 Prevalence of households with moderate or severe hunger
3—2 Prevalence of stunted children under five years of age
3—3 Prevalence of wasted children under five years of age
3—4 Prevalence of underweight women
3.1.9-2 Prevalence of children 6-23 months receiving a minimum acceptable
3.1.9-12 Women’s Dietary Diversity: Mean number of food groups consumed
by women of reproductive age
3.1.9-4 Prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding of children under six months of
3.1.9-6 Prevalence of anemia among women of reproductive age
3.1.9-9 Prevalence of anemia among children 6-59 months
WEAI –Modules F, G, H, K
WEAI made up of five domains:
being tested in Bangladesh, Uganda, Guatemala
What leads to undernutrition?
Sanitation health services
Access to food
Maternal and child-care practices
Underlying causes at household/
Basic causes at societal level
POLITICAL & IDEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK
ENVIRONMENT, TECHNOLOGY, PEOPLE
Revised Source: Ruel, SCN News 2008
Sustainably reduce poverty and hunger
Improved Nutritional status especially of women and children
Maternal and Child Care Practices
Improved nutrition related behaviors
Improved access to diverse and quality foods
Increased resilience of vulnerable communities and households
Improved use of maternal and child nutrition services
Access to Food
Water/ San Health Services
Women’s dietary Diversity & Minimum Acceptable Diet
Anemia in Women and Children
Exclusive Breast feeding
Household Hunger Scale
Anemia and Anthropometry collected together for women and children.
Population based surveys=population groups
FANTA-2 Bookmark showing Anthropometry in Children
Anthropometry in Women
More information available at:
(enter DHS url)
Dietary Modules L, M, N
Preconception through pregnancy: WDD
6-24 months: Comple-mentaryfeeding
0-6 months: Exclusive breast-feeding
See WHO For full calculation instructions
Non-breastfed children 6–23 months of age who received at least 2 milk feedings and had at least the minimum dietary diversity not including dairy and the minimum meal frequency during the previous day
Breastfed children 6–23 months of age who had at least the minimum dietary diversity and the minimum meal frequency during the previous day
All children 6–23 months of age
Purpose: become familiar with the MAD module, with how the questions are asked, and how the indicator is computed.
Work at your tables with the exercise handout. Take 10 minutes to review the modules, and answer the questions on the exercise sheet
Which MAD module question(s)
Form a set with previous questions?
Establish if this indicator is relevant and if questions should continue?
Need to be adapted to Local context?
Feed into Dietary Diversity?
Feed into Minimum Feedings?
Have any other purpose?
Discuss how the questions that feed into minimum feedings and dietary diversity would be used to create the MAD indicator.
We’ll then reconvene in plenary and spend 5 minutes addressing any questions.