1 June 2020
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH SET UP TO ANSWER QUESTION N°1 OF THE 2019-2020 FRAMEWORK ANALYSIS PLAN OF THE NPIN
This report presents the platform’s methodological choices to answer question N°1 "How have the determinants that explain the high and persistent prevalence of chronic malnutrition in children under five (5) years old in Niger evolved? »
This report details :
The development of the analytical framework plan
Identification of available data
The selection of indicators and their definition
The choice of analytical methods
Difficulties encountered, weaknesses and opportunities.
1 June 2020
This report focuses on trends in chronic malnutrition in children under five (5) years of age and its determinants at the regional level. Levels of chronic malnutrition in children under five (5) years of age differ from one region to another, as do the combination of factors inherent in malnutrition
The implementation of the recommendations arising from this analysis helps to fuel public debate on social, economic or demographic issues and reminds us that nutrition is multisectoral. Understanding this information is essential in the process of orienting public policies and development.
1 June 2020
This document presents the fruit of the work between INSD and the Technical Secretariat for Food and Nutrition (STAN) to identify & list multisectoral data sources useful for nutrition.
It presents a table of the main information systems, the types of data available, their accessibility and the frequency of collection.
26 May 2020
This concept paper presents the lessons learned by the NIPN in Burkina Faso during the difficult task of mapping nutrition data.
It concisely presents the challenges encountered in identifying different data sources, collaborating with multiple partners, and accessing and disseminating micro-data.
23 August 2019
The GSF has commissioned a series of assessments of information systems of interest for nutrition in several NIPN countries. The assessment included the creation of a questionnaire; the pre-populating of the questionnaire with available country-specific information; interviews with main stakeholders; a thorough investigation of open access/publicly available information and the compilation of a report. The reports are now published for Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Kenya, Lao PDR, Niger, Uganda.