Klemm, Rolf 

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Fostering CHANGE: Using Monitoring to Iteratively Improve Project Implementation

Objectives To describe the design of a four-country monitoring system to track a community-based multi-sector agriculture-for-nutrition-and-health (A4HN) project in Africa, focussing on how it was used to improve project implementation. Methods To develop a framework to monitor the implementation quality of a complex A4HN project, we drew on HKI experiences, existing tools, and a multidisciplinary

Impact of provitamin A biofortified maize consumption on carotenoid status of Zambian children

Objectives Provitamin A carotenoid biofortified “orange” maize has been developed as a vitamin A deficiency control strategy using selective breeding for the ß-carotene hydroxylase 1 gene, which increases ß-carotene, ß-cryptoxanthin, and zeaxanthin in the endosperm. We conducted a cluster-randomized trial to test the impact of orange maize consumption (a predominantly ß-carotene-rich variety) on serum retinol

Operationalizing micronutrient powder programs: lessons learned from the USAID/SPRING MNP consultation

Objectives Despite well-established evidence on the efficacy of micronutrient powders (MNP) for reducing anemia in young children, effective implementation experiences are not widely documented. USAID/SPRING has held an ongoing consultation to: (1) identify and summarize field experiences and lessons learned in MNP programming, (2) define essential logistic components needed to ensure national ownership, context specificity,

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