Concern-Tufts impact evaluation in Chad: hygiene practices and acute malnutrition closely linked

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Concern-Tufts impact evaluation in Chad: hygiene practices and acute malnutrition closely linked

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Concern Worldwide and the Feinstein International Centre at Tufts University implemented the Community Resilience to Acute Malnutrition programme in Chad 2012-2015, which delivered an integrated set of WASH, nutrition, health and livelihoods interventions and incorporated a strong impact evaluation using a randomised control design. Midline results showed a strong link between hygiene - specifically behaviours linked to washing water transport containers and the concentration of livestock at human water sources - to acute malnutrition. The endline results are just in and results should be available soon. A summary of learning from the midline are available here on Concern's website: www.concern.net/resources/community-resi...cerns-programme-chad or hopefully you can access them as attachments below (in English and French)

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