Gender Barriers to Nutrition Services: Lessons from the WINNN Programme
Northern Nigeria has a high prevalence of child malnutrition, with around 10% of children (aged 6–59 months) acutely malnourished, one-third underweight, and over 50% stunted. This brief summarises learning from Working to Improve Nutrition in Northern Nigeria (WINNN) programme which supported the implementation of three nutrition-specific interventions for mothers and children in five states in northern Nigeria.
CitationORIE (2017) Gender Barriers to Nutrition Services: Lessons from the WINNN Programme, Oxford: Oxford Policy Management
SponsorUK Department for International Development
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