A Quick Guide to Collecting Formative Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Nutrition-Sensitive WASH Activities

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A Quick Guide to Collecting Formative Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Nutrition-Sensitive WASH Activities

This guide presents planning considerations and a menu of data collection methods to help multisectoral food security activities. The  guide can help practitioners determine whether existing evidence of  fecal-oral pathogen pathways for infants and young children in an area  are sufficient and provide guidance on how to design formative research activities to gather new evidence if necessary. It also provides useful insights on which data collection methods may be appropriate to measure  effectiveness of WASH interventions targeting those pathways in children under the age of two. Please reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions.
You can access the guide here: A Quick Guide to Collecting Formative Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Nutrition-Sensitive WASH Activities .

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