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Nigeria - Community-based maternal and child nutrition and health interventions in Nigeria : a comparative case study analysis on best practices (Vol. 2) (Английский)

This study discusses how to effectively engage in community-based nutrition and health programs aimed to improve maternal, newborn, and child nutrition and health outcomes, particularly in Northern Nigeria. It provides the comparative synthesis of four case studies, each of which included a community action component for improving nutrition and health outcomes. It provides a normative base for designing and planning government programs that support reforms in outcome-based programming for maternal, newborn, and child nutrition and health through program support and investment lending. Central to the report is the discussion on the roles played by various stakeholders - state and local government, NGOs, traditional and religious leaders, and communities themselves - in creating and sustaining community mobilization. The factors considered essential or useful contributors to community mobilization are analyzed. The history of government’s role in Nigerian health care is discussed, as well as the current situation and future possibilities, especially at the state and local level. Volume 1 contains the overview and Volume 2 is the full report.

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    Nigeria - Community-based maternal and child nutrition and health interventions in Nigeria : a comparative case study analysis on best practices

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    convention on the rights of the child;maternal and child nutrition;Infant and Young Child Feeding;Public Sector Reform & Capacity;integrated management of childhood illness;Norwegian Agency for Development;Community Management of Acute Malnutrition;maternal and child health;health and nutrition;Maternal and Child Mortality;health and nutrition programs;State Ministry of Health;allocation of government resource;famine early warning system;Demographic and Health Survey;Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome;united nations population fund;integrated regional information network;demand for health services;primary health care services;Marginal Budgeting for Bottlenecks;national health insurance scheme;primary health care facilities;access to emergency services;community mobilization;vitamin a supplementation;vitamin a deficiency;health program;maternal mortality ratio;public health problem;social marketing campaign;economic development strategy;community-based programs;national population;emergency obstetric care;quality of governance;skilled birth attendance;food and nutrition;cost-effective intervention;improved sanitation facilities;sustainability of community;infant feeding practices;resources and capacity;lack of accountability;child mortality rate;safe drinking water;per capita income;purchasing power parity;demand for good;delivery of service;formal health system;burden of disease;resource mobilization strategy;safe motherhood initiative;acute respiratory infection;health of mothers;continuum of care;disease control program;implementation of reform;child growth monitoring;emergency medical care;economic sector work;Faith-Based Organization;public health policy;access to information;nutrition and agriculture;behavior change communication;oral rehydration salt;traditional birth attendant;emergency obstetric services;health child;health care problems;bureau of statistic;national health policies;newborn child;living standard survey;national planning commission;mother and child;public health service;quality of healthcare;center for health;maternal mortality rate;community level;community health;health outcome;live birth;clinical care;donor funding;child death;community monitoring;newborn deaths;rural area;community group;community-based strategy;health interventions;nutritional status;pregnant woman;children's nutrition;vulnerable group;geographical zone;iodine deficiency;Antenatal Care;

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