Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition: RAIN project brief no. 6

Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition: RAIN project brief no. 6

21 June 2016

The Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition (RAIN) project, made possible by the support of Irish Aid and the Kerry Group, integrates agriculture, health, nutrition and women’s empowerment activities to reduce the prevalence of child stunting.

RAIN was implemented by Concern Worldwide together with Mumbwa Child Development Agency (MCDA), with impact evaluation by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

The RAIN impact evaluation was designed to help address a gap in the evidence about how agricultural interventions can improve child nutrition. It aimed to establish ‘proof of concept’ for an intervention model that can be replicated and scaled up within Zambia and beyond.

This sixth and final RAIN project brief provides an eight-page interpretation of the RAIN impact evaluation.

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Members of the RAIN project in Zambia perform a dance for visiting staff from Concern Worldwide. Photograph taken by: Anne O'Mahony/Concern Worldwide.

Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition: RAIN project brief no. 6

The sixth and final Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition (RAIN) project brief provides an interpretation of the RAIN impact evaluation.