Roy et al. (2005); Bangladesh

Scale/Scope: 
rural Bangladesh
Evaluation Design: 
RCT – 282 moderately malnourished children 6-23 months (93 in INE group, 99 in INE-SF group, and 90 in control group)
Outcomes: 
Outcomes Measured: 
Use of feeding pots by mothers - At baseline
Results: 
INE vs. INE-SF vs. Control: 43% vs. 66% vs. 43%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Use of feeding pots by mothers - After 3 month intervention
Results: 
INE vs. INE-SF vs. Control: 99% vs. 100% vs. 47%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.0001
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Use of feeding pots by mothers - After 6 month observation
Results: 
INE vs. INE-SF vs. Control: 100% vs. 100% vs. 48%
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.0001
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Children fed > 3 times/day - At baseline
Results: 
INE vs. INE-SF vs. Control: 3% vs. 13% vs. 15%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Children fed > 3 times/day - After 3 month intervention
Results: 
INE vs. INE-SF vs. Control: 98% vs. 99% vs. 54%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Children fed > 3 times/day - After 6 month observation
Results: 
INE vs. INE-SF vs. Control: 97% vs. 100% vs. 58%
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density