UNDAF Pillar Four: Food Security and Nutrition
OUTCOME 4.1 The urban and rural poor have adequate food security and nutrition throughout the life cycle.
- % of population able to meet minimum daily energy requirements of 2122kcal (Baseline: 60%, Target 2016: 73 %)
- % of underweight children under five years of age, sex (Baseline: 37.4 %, Target 2016: 33%)
- % of populations with poor or borderline diet diversity score by age group, sex of household head and socio-economic status (Baseline: 25%, Target 2016: 20 %)
- Anemia prevalence of pregnant women (Baseline 46%, Target 2016: 25%)
Output 4.1.1 Poor communities benefit from strengthened institutional mechanisms for coordinating and monitoring the implementation of food security, safety and nutrition policies and programs, effective at national and in targeted sub-national levels.
- National policies, guidelines and tools on food security, food safety and nutrition are updated, disseminated and implemented in expected time frame
Output 4.1.2 Communities, including the most vulnerable, benefit from services for the prevention and treatment of maternal and child malnutrition at Upazila and union levels
- 20% of targeted upazilas provide facility and community based quality nutrition services (Baseline:0)
- Recovery rates of severely and moderately malnourished children and pregnant & lactating women in respective treatment programs (Target 2016: 75%)
- Proportion of target children and women taking micro nutrient supplements as recommended (0 to 80% MNP, 95% Vit A, 1523 % to 50% iron folate )
Output 4.1.3. Poor communities benefit from improved access to agricultural inputs, food technologies and fortified foods.
- Ratio of non-food grain crop (MT)** to food grain production (MT) –t)
- Composite indicator: Increase in major crops yields (MT/Ha) as a % ); (Baseline 2010 rice:6 ton/hectare; Target 2015:6.5-7 ton/hectare); (Baseline 2010 ground nuts: 2-3 ton/hectare; Target 2015: 2.5-3.5)
Output 4.1.4 Disaster- stricken, food insecure household's benefit from adequate and diversified food and agricultural rehabilitation support provided in a timely manner.
- % of disaster affected vulnerable households, including displaced households, receiving an adequate & appropriate food, nutrition and agriculture inputs assistance as part of emergency response (Baseline: 50%, Target: 2016: 100%)
Output 4.1.5. The rural and urban poor have improved knowledge and practices on nutrition, e.g. gender, hygiene, IYCF and food safety
- Proportion of targeted households following appropriate basic nutrition, hygiene and sanitation practices by beneficiary category (Target 2016: 80%24)
- % of children aged 6-23 months receiving complementary food with at least the minimum dietary diversity (Baseline: 33.5%, Target 2016: 50%)