We combine strong emphasis on evidence with a multi-sectoral approach to implement and scale up nutrition and food programmes both sustainably and cost-effectively.
And for good reason - improving nutrition has a significant ‘multiplier effect’ in improving outcomes across the sustainable development goals (SDGs) from improve school completion rates to higher incomes and economic prosperity. Capitalising on this momentum will require productive coordination with ‘nutrition-sensitive’ sectors and the development and careful implementation of appropriate and evidence-based policies and programmes.
We are committed to working with government partners to move forward with their nutrition strategies by offering specialist expertise in:
- experimental and theory-based impact evaluation;
- monitoring and evaluation;
- operations research;
- costing and cost-effectiveness analysis;
- nutrition-sensitive public expenditure reviews; and
- political economy analysis of nutrition.
In addition to these core areas of expertise, our nutrition team actively collaborates with other nutrition-sensitive teams in social protection, health, education, WASH, and private sector development.