This report presents findings from a 5-year randomized control trial of a $120 million maternal and child health project in Indonesia funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation. The project sought to improve stunting, along with a host of other pre-, postnatal, and early childhood health outcomes.
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MCC Indonesia Nutrition Project Impact Evaluation Final ReportMar 09, 2020
Indonesia Got Schooled: 15 Years of Rising Enrolment and Flat Learning ProfilesNov 30, 2018
Indonesia has instituted wide-ranging educational reforms over the past twenty years, but recent international assessments of student learning indicate that these reforms may not have translated into learning gains—the country is performing comparatively poorly and worse than its regional neighbours.
MCC Indonesia Nutrition Project Impact Evaluation Interim ReportJul 24, 2018
This report presents the findings from interim data collection for the Nutrition Project that took place between October and December 2017.
Stunting Prevalence and Correlates Among Children in IndonesiaJul 29, 2017
Mathematica Policy Research explores the prevalence of stunting and possible nutrition, sanitation, and health factors associated with growth faltering among children 0-35 months old in rural areas of Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, and South Sumatra in Indonesia.
Breastfeeding Practices and Knowledge in IndonesiaJul 29, 2017
Mathematica Policy Research examines breastfeeding practices and knowledge in the first two years of life among caregivers of children 0-35 months old in rural areas of Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, and South Sumatra in Indonesia.
Anemia Prevalence and Correlates Among Young Children and Pregnant Women in IndonesiaJul 29, 2017
Mathematica Policy Research uses household survey data from Indonesia to examine the prevalence of anemia among children 6-35 months old and pregnant women and identifies risk factors for anemia in those populations.
MCC Indonesia Nutrition Project Impact Evaluation Baseline ReportMar 18, 2016
The Millennium Challenge Corporation contracted with Mathematica to conduct a rigorous randomized evaluation of the Indonesian Community-Based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting Project, also known as the Nutrition Project, to understand the project’s effects on stunting and related key maternal...
Slow Down, You're Going Too Fast: Matching Curricula to Student Skill LevelsJan 30, 2015
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Improving Educational Quality through Enhancing Community Participation: Results from a Randomized Field Experiment in IndonesiaApr 01, 2014
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