Reading and Responding to Your Baby (FH)

Reading and Responding to Your Baby

Food for the Hungry
with the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
September 2014 to May 2015
OutputsProgram implementation, research, tool
Technical Areas
Nutrition and food technology;
Social and behavioral change

This project tested the feasibility of incorporating messages on infant feeding and behavior cues in order to improve breastfeeding and complementary feeding in ongoing nutrition programming in a small cluster of communities in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. As part of the project, Food for the Hungry developed key educational messages, created educational materials using these messages, and trained Food for the Hungry/Guatemala staff on how to use the materials.

Grant outputs available on the FSN Network: