This study examines the feasibility of delivering maternal, infant, and young child nutrition behavior change communication through an innovative agricultural extension program serving nutritionally vulnerable groups in rural India. The existing agriculture program involves participatory production of low-cost videos promoting best practices and broad dissemination through village-level women’s self-help groups. Compared to agricultural information, nutritional content required more time, creativity, and technical support to develop and deliver.
Agriculture and Nutrition Resource Review
The Agriculture and Nutrition Resource Review is a monthly selection of materials to keep you updated on research and developments related to strengthening linkages between agriculture and nutrition. Resources from this month’s review are featured below. To see materials from earlier editions, or to view resources from across SPRING's technical areas, visit the Resource Review.
Research ArticlesRecent findings from academic and peer-reviewed journals
Recent findings from academic and peer-reviewed journals
Reports, Tools, and Other Related MaterialsA diverse collection of programmatic materials and news
A diverse collection of programmatic materials and news
EventsLinks to presentations, proceedings, and other meeting materials
Links to presentations, proceedings, and other meeting materials