New tools for reaching caregivers, households, and communities

The IYCN Project is pleased to launch our new collection of tools for strengthening community-based nutrition programming. This collection includes literature reviews, training materials, and monitoring and evaluation tools. IYCN has used the resources to reach mothers and engage key influencers, such as fathers, grandmothers, and community leaders, to improve nutrition during the first 1,000 days of life.

Please feel free to use the resources together or separately in your community-based programs and to adapt them based on findings from formative research and programmatic needs.

View the collection.

What works for community-based nutrition programming?

We recently shared the new tools and resources with more than 150 participants during our half-day meeting on July 19 at PATH: What works for community-based nutrition programming?
Read a summary of the event and view PowerPoint presentations.

Photos: Aurelio Ayala III, PATH/Evelyn Hockstein