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Evaluation of the World Bank’s Support to Improving Child Undernutrition and its Determinants (Approach Paper) (Inglês)

Global reports on indicators of child undernutrition show mixed progress in reducing the stunting (impaired growth and development) of children under five, with Africa and South Asia most severely affected. There are many determinants of child undernutrition, which makes the challenge of improving outcomes multidimensional, requiring interventions in areas of health; agriculture; water, sanitation, and hygiene; social protection; education; and governance, depending on the country context. The objectives of this evaluation are to assess the contribution of the World Bank to improving outcomes related to child undernutrition and its determinants in countries affected by undernutrition, and to provide lessons and recommendations to inform the design of the World Bank’s future multidimensional nutrition support.

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  • Data do documento

    2020/02/11

  • TIpo de documento

    IEG Evaluation

  • No. do relatório

    146857

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/03/17

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Evaluation of the World Bank’s Support to Improving Child Undernutrition and its Determinants (Approach Paper)

  • Palavras-chave

    Recipient-Executed Trust Fund; multilateral investment guarantee agency; Infant and Young Child Nutrition; Committee for Development Effectiveness; value added; committee on development effectiveness; maternal and child nutrition; early years of life; women in developing countries; Demographic and Health Survey; data collection and analysis; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; World Bank Group Strategy; mother and child; theory of change; scaling up nutrition; success and failure; Undernutrition; other development; Development Policy Lending; low birth weight; growth and development; social protection program; access to food; prevalence of underweight; list of countries; rate of anemia; image bank; level of policy; access to health; evaluation of results; Early Childhood Development; Global Financing Facility; information on investment; delivery of service; implementation of policies; public sector outcome; disaster risk management; human capital accumulation; trade and investment; national nutrition plans; status of woman; high-level human capital; quality assurance process; Public Health Nutrition; Social Safety Nets; areas of health; role of development; conceptual framework; intermediate outcome; nutrition intervention; child malnutrition; behavioral change; Health Service; knowledge work; evaluation question; Nutrition Projects; enabling environment; evaluation period; nutritious food; nutrition indicator; literature review; micronutrient deficiency; machine learning; evaluation design; global food; available evidence; health status; program documents; knowledge generation; maternal nutrition; nutrition policy; adolescent nutrition; nutrition outcome; nutritional outcome; other sectors; country portfolio; healthy growth; life course; field visits; investment operation; support policy; sectoral approach; food system; subnational levels; inadequate food; performance assessment; institutional mapping; investment framework; household level; behavioral norm; project papers; political commitment; achievement rate; country survey; geographical area; institutional strengthening; improved health; external expert; sequential investment; school performance; work capacity; improved feeding; several steps; emotional development; available data; child weight; learning capacity; education status; gender relation; behavioral intervention; micronutrient supplementation; Disease Prevention; Cash Transfer; girls' education; clean water; portfolio level; ethnographic study; intended audiences; sector programs; evaluation component; data availability; noncommunicable diseases; sampling method; childhood disease; stakeholder analysis; civil society; childcare services; financing instrument; nutrition program; Child Health; community level; cluster survey; nutrient intake; safe environment; clean environment; family partnership; community participation; transparent information; portfolio analysis; dietary intake; knowledge platform; agriculture sector; in poverty; nutrition financing; business intelligence; food intake; water business; childhood nutrition; global target; environment indicator; nutritional status; good governance; financing need; qualitative information; stunted child; collaboration effort; government actor; nutritional policies; base assessment; reproductive age; analytical knowledge; Learning and Innovation Credit; children of ages; body weight; secondary data; weight gain; portfolio review; environment approach; global development; financing resource; government commitment; project approval; sustainable agriculture; internal stakeholder; participatory principle; active portfolio; extreme poverty; irreversible effect; birth outcome; healthy child; nutrition convergence; thought leaders; recent experiences; cognitive development; physical growth; geographic coverage; evaluation method; south sudan; pregnant woman; allocative efficiency; identification criterion; incentive mechanism; safe food; investment financing

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