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Evaluation Report on the Community based Nutrition Projects in Kathmandu Metropolitan City and Lalitpur District of Nepal
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The implementation of the Tdh Nepal urban and rural nutrition projects commenced in September 2001, with partnerships formed between Tdh and two local NGOs, SAGUN and RICOD covering the urban and rural areas respectively. Research into KAP were undertaken in May ’01 and July ’02 and the local findings reflected national concerns on the poor nutritional status of women and children; indicating that ANC and PNC attendance required improvement, along with Iron and Vitamin A Supplementation, Exclusive Breastfeeding, Appropriate Complementary Feeding and Feeding and Care of the Sick Child.
This evaluation took place in August 2005 and sought to validate if the overall goal of improving women and children’s nutrition had occurred, along with the key objective of improving KAP on issues relating to nutrition of children <3years of age and pregnant women in defined rural and urban localities. The TORs (see Annexe 1) have guided these two evaluations; the results are given as follows