This second edition of the ORIE Gender Synthesis summarises gender-related findings from across ORIE studies completed during Year Three (May 2014 to April 2015). The Synthesis is updated annually with new evidence. It is aimed primarily at the WINNN Implementing Partners, Government of Nigeria stakeholders, and programme implementers. It aims to increase their awareness of how gender-related issues influence maternal and child nutrition and the uptake of women’s and children‘s health and nutrition services, and to suggest the implications of the findings for WINNN programmes and government services. The Synthesis draws on information from the ORIE operations research studies (CMAM and IYCF), the impact evaluation midline qualitative institutional study, the ORIE Gender Briefing, and discussions with WINNN and federal Government of Nigeria representatives held in London on 24-25th March 2015.
Hansford, F. ORIE Nigeria Gender Synthesis Report: Gender-related findings across ORIE studies (Year Three). (2015) 16 pp.
ORIE Nigeria Gender Synthesis Report: Gender-related findings across ORIE studies (Year Three)