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Unformatted text preview: DRAFT Development of a Behavior Change Communications Program to Prevent Malnutrition in the Central Plateau of Haiti: Results and Challenges from a Formative Research Study IFPRI-Cornell Research Team: Purnima Menon, Cornell University Cornelia Loechl, IFPRI, Haiti Gretel Pelto, Cornell University Marie Ruel, IFPRI Elisabeth Metellus, Independent Consultant, Haiti Report submitted to: The Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance (FANTA) Project September 11, 2002 Development of a Behavior Change Communications Program to Prevent Malnutrition in the Central Plateau of Haiti: Results and Challenges from a Formative Research Study IFPRI-Cornell Research Team: Purnima Menon, Cornell University Cornelia Loechl, IFPRI, Haiti Gretel Pelto, Cornell University Marie Ruel, IFPRI Elisabeth Metellus, Independent Consultant, Haiti Report submitted to: The Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance (FANTA) Project September 11, 2002 ii iii TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary........................................................................................................................ v 1. Introduction................................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Background........................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Objectives of the formative research .................................................................................... 1 1.3 Structure of the report........................................................................................................... 2 2. Rationale for a Behavior Change Communications (BCC) Strategy to Reduce Child Malnutrition................................................................................................................................ 3 3. Summary of Findings From Previous Qualitative Research and Identification of Topics Requiring Further Investigation.................................................................................................. 7 3.1 Infant and child feeding practices......................................................................................... 7 3.2 Maternal dietary restrictions during lactation....................................................................... 9 3.3 Women’s work and childcare arrangements....................................................................... 10 4. Methods..................................................................................................................................... 11 4.1 Topics addressed................................................................................................................. 11 4.2 Methods used ...................................................................................................................... 13 4.3 Study communities.............................................................................................................. 174....
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