Suaahar II is a USAID funded five years (2016-2021) program implemented in 40 districts across all geographic regions of Nepal with aims to improve the nutritional status of women and children. The program was designed a multi-sectoral strategy approaches (i) improved household nutrition, sanitation and health behavior (ii) increased quality of nutrition and health services by women and children (iii) improved access to diverse and nutrient rich foods by women and children and (iv) accelerated roll-out of the Multi-sector Nutrition Plan through strengthen local governance. This panel survey was to monitor progress over time related to key input, outputs outcomes and impacts of the program intervention community. The study assessed the knowledge and practices for each of the thematic areas such as nutrition; health and family planning; water, sanitation and hygiene; agriculture production; gender equity and social inclusion. Anthropometric status was also assessed all reproductive age women, children under five and adolescent girls of study community.
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