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Nutrition-Sensitive Irrigation and Water Management (English)

This document summarizes evidence and guidance on project design and results framework indicators for nutrition-sensitive irrigation and water management investments for which improving nutrition in vulnerable populations is a specific objective of the project. Drawing on the current body of evidence on the links between irrigation, water management, and nutrition through the pathways of production, income, women’s empowerment, and water and hygiene, the report describes eight nutrition-sensitive approaches for achieving greater impacts on early child nutrition. Results framework indicators are proposed to support monitoring and evaluation of nutrition-sensitive investments in water management and irrigation.

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  • Author

    Bryan,Elizabeth, Chase,Claire, Schulte,Mik

  • Document Date

    2019/01/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    137619

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region, Other,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/08/21

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Nutrition-Sensitive Irrigation and Water Management

  • Keywords

    irrigation; improvements in water supply; Infant and Young Child Feeding; State Secretariat for Economic Affairs; nutritional outcome; Food Security and Nutrition; Crop; nutritional status of women; impacts on crop production; Soil and Water Conservation; water quality monitoring station; international food policy; role of water; Quality of Irrigation Water; nutritional status of child; women's empowerment; dietary diversity; inclusion of women; fruit and vegetable; average cropping intensity; behavior change communication; body mass index; agricultural production; hectare per year; data on expenditures; improved water; water use efficiency; integrate water resource; irrigation and drainage; household and individual; human capital development; core sector indicator; improved water source; reduction in time; improved water quality; income from agriculture; river basin organization; availability of water; income on health; status of woman; Social Safety Nets; rural service delivery; natural resource base; quality of water; children under age; crop and livestock; lack of food; water user association; continuity of supply; water harvesting structures; availability of land; expansion of irrigation; resilience of ecosystems; country of residence; lack of resource; atmospheric carbon dioxide; climate change adaptation; ex ante analysis; health and nutrition; irrigation or drainage; safety net transfer; sustainable community development; financial safety net; access to water; exposure to pathogen; poor water quality; risk of infection; human health outcome; agricultural extension service; weight for age; height for age; Global Financing Facility; household water; global environmental change; incidence of diarrhea

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Citation

Bryan,Elizabeth Chase,Claire Schulte,Mik

Nutrition-Sensitive Irrigation and Water Management (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/589571566456141451/Nutrition-Sensitive-Irrigation-and-Water-Management