This deliverables tracker tool sets out the reports and other outputs that will be produced and circulated during 2015-2017 from the independent Operations Research and Impact Evaluation (ORIE) project of the UK Department for International Development funded Working to Improve Nutrition in Northern Nigeria (WINNN) programme.
WINNN and ORIE work in partnership with the Federal Government of Nigeria to improve the nutritional status of 6.2 million children under five in five northern states: Kebbi, Katsina, Jigawa, Zamfara, and Yobe. WINNN’s interventions include micronutrient supplementation, infant and young child feeding, community management of acute malnutrition, and advocacy to improve nutrition policies, coordination, planning and funding.
ORIE was set up to determine the impact and cost-effectiveness of the WINNN programme, as well as undertaking research in order to recommend context specific solutions to key challenges identified by partners and service users to maximise the programme’s impact on nutrition outcomes. ORIE’s activities include evidence review, mixed methods impact evaluation, operational research into WINNN interventions, costing and cost effectiveness analysis, gender analysis and research capacity building.