Parvanta et al. (2007); Bangladesh

Scale/Scope: 
northwest Bangladesh
Evaluation Design: 
Repeated cross-sectional – 428 women with children 6-24 months old (IG1=144, IG2=141, Control group=143)
Outcomes: 
Outcomes Measured: 
Based on 48-hour recall: % of women feeding their children any vegetables during the 48-hr recall
Results: 
IG1 vs. IG2(58) vs. CG: 74% vs. 75% vs. 58%
P-values/CIs: 
p=0.003
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Based on 48-hour recall: % of women feeding their children recommended portion of green vegetables
Results: 
IG1 vs. IG2(58) vs. CG: 33% vs. 52% vs. 17%
P-values/CIs: 
p=0.001
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Based on 48-hour recall: Median quantity of green vegetables (g) fed to children
Results: 
IG1 vs. IG2(58) vs. CG: 42.5g vs. 40g vs. 30g
P-values/CIs: 
p=0.001
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods
Outcomes Measured: 
Based on 48-hour recall: Median quantity of yellow vegetables (g) fed to children
Results: 
IG1 vs. IG2(58) vs. CG: 25g vs. 25g. vs. 20g
P-values/CIs: 
p=0.004(59)
High Impact Practices: 
Ensuring nutrient content of foods