The missing ingredients: are policy-makers doing enough on water, sanitation and hygiene to end malnutrition?

by Alexandra Chitty, Dan Jones and Megan Wilson-Jones
WaterAid, August 2016

28 pp. 1.8 MB
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Governments around the world have committed to end malnutrition by 2030. However, international and national nutrition plans and actions will fail if they don’t include all the ingredients for success. Evidence shows that scaling up nutrition-specific interventions to 90% coverage in 34 of the countries with the highest burden of child undernutrition, will only reduce stunting by 20%.2 This report highlights why water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are essential for nutrition. Through an analysis of nutrition and WASH plans and policies in 13 countries, gaps and ways of working are identified.

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