Subject: Maternal and child health > Nutrition
- Technology Solutions Global Program Website
This website about PATH’s Technology Solutions global program provides an overview of the program and its featured projects. See other PATH program websites.
Publication date: 2013
Part of series: PATH's program websites
- Technology Solutions to Improve Global Health: PATH Advances Appropriate, Affordable, and Lifesaving Technologies Tailored to Developing Countries
This fact sheet provides an overview of PATH's work to adapt, design, develop, and advance health technologies to improve global health.
Publication date: December 2011
Part of series: PATH's areas of focus fact sheets
- 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
- Ultra Rice® Technology
Part of the Technology Updates series, this fact sheet describes the Ultra Rice project at PATH.
Publication date: August 2013
Part of series: Technology Updates
- Update: Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices in the Context of HIV/AIDS in Rwanda
The purpose of this document is to provide an update on the "Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices in the Context of HIV/AIDS in Rwanda" study conducted by UNICEF and partners in Rwanda in 2005. The document discusses the results of the Rwanda study in light of more recent research and program findings and includes the new WHO guidelines on HIV and infant feeding, which were published in October 2006. The study was published in French as "Evaluation des pratiques d'alimentation des nourrissons et des jeunes enfants dans le contexte du VIH/SIDA au Rwanda."
Author: Thiaru L
Publication date: 2007
- Where the Standard Makes the Difference in the Real World of Malnutrition: Analysis of 10 Countries With DHS Data
This report presents findings from ten Demographic and Health Surveys to compare the prevalence of stunting, wasting, underweight, and overweight in children under 5 years by two international standards: the 1977 International Growth Reference and the 2006 Child Growth Standards. The findings have implications for evaluating children’s nutritional status and for analyzing trends.
Author: Kothari M, Rutstein S, Sangha J
Publication date: September 2009