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Policy and Science of Health, Agriculture and Nutrition (PoSHAN) Panel Survey, Phase I – IV

2016

JHU USAID

Policy and Science of Health, Agriculture and Nutrition (PoSHAN) survey is a part of USAID supported nutrition-focused multi-disciplinary research effort to address “Feed the Future Food Security Innovation Laboratory: Collaborative Research on Nutrition” in developing countries. The study aims to explore a new paradigm that links agriculture with health strategies to address under nutrition in developing countries. This Nepal chapter panel survey was conducted annually in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. The study was collect data on the direction and strengths of association between agricultural practices, market prices and household food security in rural Nepal. The study explores how governance processes influence the implementation of nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive policies. The study also assessed nutritional status of married women of reproductive age having children below 5 years of age, adolescent girls and children less than 5 years of age.

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