Research & Evidence

Formative Assessment on Small and Sick Newborn Feeding in Ghana and Nepal

This case study provides an overview of two formative assessments by MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership on current practices, barriers, facilitators, and programmatic approaches affecting the provision of specialized, high-quality nutritional care for small and/or sick newborns (SSNBs) in public health facilities in Ghana and Nepal. These assessments are an important step in expanding the evidence base around SSNB feeding in these contexts and present insightful cross-cutting recommendations to support and/or strengthen breastmilk feeding for SSNBs during inpatient stays and post-discharge.

Please see a connected, companion case study providing an overview of high quality nutritional care for intrapartum care in public health facilities in Ghana and Nepal.

Associated Intrapartum Nutrition Brief

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