Consolidating and prioritising nutrition research in Rakhine State, Myanmar

With Myanmar plagued by conflict and highly vulnerable to natural disasters and climate change, malnutrition is a major concern.

To prevent malnutrition, there is a need to scale-up nutrition-sensitive activities to address underlying and basic causes of malnutrition. To improve targeting and increase coverage, more research is required. This report seeks to consolidate nutrition research currently being undertaken in Myanmar and to identify key nutrition research questions that remain, as required under the Myanmar Nutrition Action Plan, drafted by HARP-F, LIFT and Access to Health. This analysis will help develop the research and learning agenda for the nutrition sector, including for UNICEF, LIFT and Access to Health, to understand what research is required to support improved nutrition programming across Myanmar and in Rakhine State in particular.

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Last Updated: 22nd June 2022

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