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Subject: Maternal and child health > Nutrition

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The Evidence for Maternal and Child Nutrition Interventions: Gap Analysis

The PATH Nutrition Embedding Evaluation Programme (NEEP) is a four-year project funded by the UK Department for International Development. NEEP aims to address knowledge gaps on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of maternal and child nutrition interventions and how they can be delivered at scale. To identify and prioritise evaluation activities that address evidence gaps, PATH conducted this analysis of gaps in research and evaluation investments in early 2014.

Publication date: July 2014

Region: Global

Tackling Micronutrient Malnutrition: Rice Fortification Fights Hidden Hunger in Myanmar

This fact sheet describes PATH's activities to tackle micronutrient malnutrition in Myanmar.

Publication date: July 2014

Region: Asia

Improving Nutrition Programming Worldwide: Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition (MQSUN)

PATH leads the Maximising the Quality of Scaling Up Nutrition project (MQSUN), funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development. MQSUN provides technical expertise on the design and implementation of nutrition programs, drawing on the best available evidence. This fact sheet provides highlights on MQSUN's work around the globe.

Publication date: June 2014

Region: Global

Treatment of Anemia With Iron-Fortified Rice in a School Lunch Program in Burundi

This poster describes the results of a study that evaluated the efficacy of using multiple-micronutrient fortified rice to improve the hemoglobin concentration and anemia prevalence of anemic schoolchildren in rural Burundi.

Author: Parker ME, Mosites E, Reider K, et al

Publication date: June 2014

Region: Global

Ultra Rice® Technology: Acceptable Micronutrient Losses and Limited Microbial Growth Enable Shelf Life Extension

This poster provides an overview of a study to determine whether grains fortified with the Ultra Rice® technology were safe for consumption and effective after being stored for 24 months.

Author: Tripathi R, Parker ME, Chanin Z, et al

Publication date: June 2014

Region: Global

Projecting Health: Engaging Communities Through Visual Communication

In many parts of the world, simple, proven interventions can change behaviors and improve the health of mothers and newborns. PATH’s innovative social behavior change and communication model, Projecting Health, focuses on empowering communities to use digital media to effectively improve local health knowledge and behaviors.

Publication date: March 2014

Region: Global

India Country Program Website

This website about PATH’s India country program provides an overview of the program and its featured projects. See other PATH program websites.

Publication date: 2014

Region: Asia

Part of series: Program websites

Kenya Country Program Website

This website about PATH’s Kenya country program provides an overview of the program and its featured projects. See other PATH program websites.

Publication date: 2014

Region: Africa

Part of series: Program websites

Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition Global Program Website

This website about PATH’s Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition global program provides an overview of the program and its featured projects. See other PATH program websites.

Publication date: 2014

Region: Global

Part of series: Program websites

Technology Solutions Global Program Website

This website about PATH’s Technology Solutions program provides an overview of the program and its featured projects. See other PATH program websites.

Publication date: 2014

Region: Global

Part of series: Program websites

Strengthening Human Milk Banking: A Global Implementation Framework, Version 1

Drawing on the experiences of milk banks around the world, PATH developed this document as a high-level blueprint or toolkit that ministries of health, policymakers, and implementers can use to identify the critical components required for an effective human milk bank program. Our goal is that this framework serve as a powerful resource, facilitating communication with the global human milk banking community, empowering policymakers with the tools and information they need to develop and support locally appropriate human milk banks and, ultimately, ensuring that vulnerable infants around the world have access to this lifesaving intervention.

Publication date: December 2013

Region: Global

PATH in Ethiopia: Driving Transformative Innovation to Address Maternal and Child Health and Infectious Disease

This brochure outlines PATH's work in Ethiopia to improve health. We work side by side with Ministry of Health officials, nongovernmental organizations, multilateral agencies, and other development-sector partners to mobilize partners, resources, and communities to reach the most vulnerable. Our alliances and relationships across every level of Ethiopia's health system allow us to strengthen health care services, build stronger health infrastructure, and reach families and communities with lifesaving interventions.

Publication date: October 2013

Region: Africa

Part of series: Country brochures

Ultra Rice Technology Research Summary Table

The Ultra Rice technology has been intensively studied to ensure it is efficacious, shelf stable, and acceptable to consumers. This table outlines the 30 studies conducted to date that form the growing evidence base for the Ultra Rice fortification technology.

Publication date: October 2013

Region: Global

Ultra Rice® Technology

Part of the Technology Updates series, this fact sheet describes the Ultra Rice project at PATH.

Publication date: August 2013

Region: Global

Part of series: Technology Updates

Directions in Global Health (Volume 10, Issue 1)

This issue of Directions in Global Health features work by OneWorld Health, PATH’s drug development program, to lead development of innovative methods to enhance the supply of artemisinin, a key ingredient in malaria treatments. It includes a commentary by Dr. Ponni Subbiah, who directs PATH’s drug development efforts. Other articles cover work to improve cervical cancer screening, protect infants from respiratory syncytial virus, increase access to family planning, and strengthen and expand use of human milk banking.

Publication date: May 2013

Region: Global

Part of series: Directions in Global Health

FoneAstra Milk Pasteurization Monitor: Building Capacity of Small-Scale Human Milk Banks

This poster was presented in March 2013 at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Grand Challenge Explorations awardee meeting for nutrition and agriculture. The poster describes PATH and our partners' work to ensure the safety of donated human breast milk using FoneAstra, a smart phone−based device that has been adapted to monitor temperatures during flash-heat pasteurization. PATH and our partners are evaluating the system for use in resource-limited human milk banks.

Author: Israel-Ballard K, Chaudhri R, Reimers P, et al

Publication date: March 2013

Region: Global

Directions in Global Health (Volume 9, Issue 3)

This issue of Directions in Global Health highlights PATH’s work to increase access to lifesaving products for women. It features a commentary by Catharine Taylor, who directs PATH’s Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition Program. Other articles cover efforts to improve health and nutrition with orange-fleshed sweetpotatoes in Kenya, increase hepatitis B vaccination for newborns in Vietnam, fight childhood tuberculosis in Tanzania, and assess a range of technologies for their potential impact in reducing maternal deaths.

Publication date: December 2012

Region: Global

Part of series: Directions in Global Health

Fortified Grain Producers

PATH is creating a broad portfolio of rice fortification technologies as well as ancillary technologies to ensure effective integration of fortified grains into rice supply chains. This document provides a list of fortified grain producers around the world.

Publication date: December 2012

Region: Global

mHealth, eHealth, Reproductive Health (Outlook, vol. 29, no. 1)

This issue of Outlook explores the promise and current realities of new information technologies in service to reproductive health programming in low-resource settings (including HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment and maternal and child health interventions). The issue examines new approaches and looks to the future for current needs and potential solutions.

Author: Wittet S

Publication date: December 2012

Region: Global

Part of series: Outlook

PATH’s Rice Fortification Update

Leading with the Ultra Rice technology, PATH has played a catalytic role in developing markets for fortified rice to reduce micronutrient malnutrition in the developing world. This document provides an update on PATH's rice fortification work around the world.

Publication date: December 2012

Region: Global

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