The Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP) represented the first large-scale government intervention in nutrition. The BINP operated from 1995 to 2002. By targeting pragnent and lactating women, as well as children under two years, the project's components included growth monitoring, internal provision of sepplementary feeding and nutrition education/councelling.
WHO (2013) Essential Nutrition Actions – Improving maternal, newborn, infant and young child health and nutrition, whichprovides a compact of WHO guidance on nutrition interventions targeting the first 1,000 days of life. Part I presents the interventions currently recommended by WHO, summarizes the rationale and the evidence, and describes the actions require to implement them. Part II provides an analysis of community-based interventions aimed at improving nutrition and indicates how effective interventions can be delivered in an integrated fashion. It shows how the essential nutrition actions described in the first part have been implemented in large-scale programmes in various settings, what the outcomes have been, and to examine the evidence for attribution of changes in nutritional outcomes to programme activities. This summary of BINP is retrieved from Part II where BINP is one of 32 community-based large-scale programmes that has been reviewed in detail and evaluated.
<p>Supplementary feeding (SF) of malnourished PLW and malnourished and growth-faltered children under 2 years of age.</p>
<p>Height-for-age z score (HAZ), weight-for-age z score (WAZ), weight-for-height z score (WHZ).</p>
<p>Various evaluations of BINP’s nutritional impact were conducted by both internal and external reviewers.</p>
Participants' initial reduction rate: 14.5 ppt/year change in underweight. Participants' sustained rate: 0.3 ppt/year change in underweight.
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