Projects

Indonesia: Evaluating a Nutrition Project Focused on Reducing Stunting

2013-2020
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Millennium Challenge Corporation

This project in Indonesia seeks to improve a range of maternal and child health outcomes, particularly stunting, with the ultimate goal of reducing poverty.

The Community-Based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting Project, or the Nutrition Project, is part of the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s $600 million Compact with the Government of Indonesia, and seeks to improve a range of maternal and child health outcomes, particularly stunting, with the ultimate goal of reducing poverty. Demand and supply side activities include a community-level conditional cash transfer program, training for village-level health care workers, promoting improved sanitation and hygiene, providing micronutrients, providing length-taking equipment, and a national awareness campaign targeted at improving the determinants of stunting.

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