Programme Participation Intensity and Children's Nutritional Status: Evidence from a Randomised Control Trial in Mozambique
Alan de Brauw (),
Patrick Eozenou () and
Journal of Development Studies, 2015, vol. 51, issue 8, 996-1015
Agricultural interventions are thought to have the potential to improve nutrition, but little rigorous evidence is available about programmes that link the two. In this article, we study impacts of an integrated agricultural and nutritional biofortification project, the REU in Mozambique. We first provide evidence on dietary impacts of the programme and then examine impacts of the programme by participation intensity. Using OLS and IV techniques, we find that more intense participation in both project components led to larger impacts. The results therefore have important implications for refining the design of future projects attempting to link agricultural and nutrition interventions.
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