Nutrition Impact and Positive Practice (NIPP) Evaluation Report in Sudan – 2019
GOAL developed the Nutrition Impact and Positive Practise (NIPP) approach in 2012 and has been implementing this programme in Sudan since 2013. The approach has reached over 7,200 direct beneficiaries and an estimated 30,205 immediate indirect beneficiaries in Sudan. The NIPP approach is a behavioural change programme that engages both male and female caregivers on a wide range of knowledge and behaviours that are identified as contributing to malnutrition in order to instil positive practises in beneficiary’s management of their health and hygiene. The purpose of this evaluation is to assess the impact of the NIPP approach on beneficiaries in North Darfur.
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