Scaling up nutrition for a more resilient Mali: nutrition diagnostics and costed plan for scaling up
Patrick Eozenou (),
Julia Dayton Eberwein,
Emanuela Di Gropello and
No 98241, Health, Nutrition and Population (HNP) Knowledge Briefs from The World Bank
This Knowledge Brief presents a profile of the nutrition situation in Mali and cost estimates for implementing key nutrition interventions. It then compares the cost-effectiveness of several scale-up options. The goal of the analysis is to aid the Government of Mali in setting priorities by identifying the most cost-effective packages of interventions and to help leverage additional resources from domestic budgets and development partners.
Keywords: sanitation; staple foods; workers; salt iodization; chronic malnutrition; cash transfer program; prevention; wage rates; vitamin a; hygiene; cost-effectiveness; water ... See More + supply; nutrition outcomes; wasting; nutrition education; food policy; growth promotion; health; agricultural extension; economic productivity; malnutrition; child nutrition; hunger; nutrition; food; micronutrient deficiencies; surveys; diagnostics; nutritional outcomes; region; groundnuts; anemia; knowledge; development; pregnant women; nutrition programs; children; education; regions; iron; undernutrition; community nutrition; poverty; intervention; donors; stunting; vitamin a supplementation; acute malnutrition; productivity; vitamin a deficiency; social protection; folic acid; malnutrition in children; iodization; nutrition interventions; vitamin; growth (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Working Paper: Scaling Up Nutrition for a More Resilient Mali: Nutrition Diagnostics and Costed Plan for Scaling Up (2015)
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