Nutrition-sensitive interventions to improve overall diet quality are increasingly needed to improve maternal and child health. This study demonstrates feasibility of a structured process to leverage local expertise in formulating programs tailored for current circumstances in South Asia and Africa. The results, based on a series of stakeholder workshops, demonstrate that a participatory process can help local experts identify their own priorities for future investments, as a first step in a novel process of rigorous, transparent, and independent priority setting to improve diets among those at greatest risk of undernutrition.
Masters, W.A., Rosettie, K., Kranz, S., et al. Maternal and Child Nutrition (October 2017).