Ghosh et al. (2002); India

Scale/Scope: 
13 villages
Evaluation Design: 
Cross sectional – infants aged less than six months were enrolled on an on-going basis between 1997-1999; 242 infants 5-11 months old were included in this analysis (173 infants < 6 months of age at baseline formed intervention group, 69 infants who reached 12 months prior to the intervention formed control group); data collected monthly until the child reached 24 months of age
Outcomes: 
Outcomes Measured: 
% of children 6-10 months of age fed animal milk
Results: 
53.2% vs. 31.9%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.01
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean number of different food groups fed in a 24- hour period - at 9 months
Results: 
3.61 vs. 2.86
P-values/CIs: 
Not reported
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean number of different food groups fed in a 24- hour period - at 10 months
Results: 
3.87 vs. 3.1
P-values/CIs: 
Not reported
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean number of different food groups fed in a 24- hour period - at 11 months
Results: 
4.34 vs. 3.4
P-values/CIs: 
Not reported
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean number of child feeds in the previous 24 hours - at 9 months
Results: 
3.7 vs. 2.71
P-values/CIs: 
Not reported
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean number of child feeds in the previous 24 hours - at 10 months
Results: 
4.17 vs. 3.03
P-values/CIs: 
Not reported
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Mean number of child feeds in the previous 24 hours - at 11 months
Results: 
4.28 vs. 3.09
P-values/CIs: 
Not reported
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density