Mackintosh et al. (2002); Vietnam

Scale/Scope: 
5 communes (4 intervention, 1 control)
Evaluation Design: 
Repeated cross sectional – 46 children in intervention group (family had one child who previously participated in the project and one younger child who had not participated), 25 households in control group (had no previous exposure to program activities and included an older and younger sibling in the age range of the intervention households)
Outcomes: 
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child… - dried fish
Results: 
20.9% vs. 64.0%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.01
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- shrimp
Results: 
93.3% vs. 76.0%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.05
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- fresh fish
Results: 
95.6% vs. 96.0%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- meat
Results: 
97.8% vs. 92.0%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- eggs
Results: 
97.8% vs. 72.0%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.01
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- greens
Results: 
93.3% vs. 96.0%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- sweet potatoes
Results: 
6.7 vs. 3.2
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.01
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women reporting feeding their child…- fruit
Results: 
5.4 vs. 1.5
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.01
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean # of main meals/day fed to child
Results: 
2.9 vs. 2.2
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.001
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
% of women that report feeding their child snacks
Results: 
95.7% vs. 52%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.001
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean # of snacks fed/day fed to child
Results: 
2.5 vs. 1.6
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.001
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density