Events

Past Events

Delivering for Nutrition in India: Insights from Implementation Research, September 15-18, 2020 (Virtual)

In a conference pre-session, DataDENT’s Sattvika Ashok (IFPRI) presented our work on “Enhancing Survey Questions on Maternal and Child Nutrition Intervention Coverage through Cognitive Interviewing in India”. Listen to Sattvika’s presentation here. During the conference, DataDENT’s Manita Jangid (IFPRI) co-chaired the thematic session on data use and presented our work around developing an indicator framework for POSHAN Abhiyaan. Read the policy note on this work here.  

 

Nutrition 2020, June 1-4, 2020 (Virtual)

DataDENT shared our work “South Asia Is Far from Achieving Universal Coverage of Essential Nutrition Interventions: Examining Coverage, Trends, and Inequities, 2005 to 2018” (view abstract) (view poster), “Are Data Available to Measure Progress in the Coverage of Essential Nutrition Actions in South Asia? A Review of Demographic and Health Surveys in Seven Countries, 2005–2018” (view abstract) (view poster), “An Analysis of Nutrition-Relevant National Policies in South Asia Reveals a Gap in Addressing the Essential Nutrition Actions Recommended by World Health Organization (WHO)” (view abstract) (view poster), and “Tracking India’s Progress on Addressing Malnutrition Will Require Strengthening Survey and Administrative Data Systems” (view abstractat the annual American Society for Nutrition meeting. 

 

Together for Nutrition West African Data Forum, February 11-12, 2020 (Saly, Senegal)

In collaboration with Transform Nutrition West Africa (led by IFPRI), UNICEF, Countdown to 20130, Alive & Thrive, USAID, WHO, WAHO, and NIPN, DataDENT co-convened a two-day forum to share experiences and synthesize lessoned learned around the generation and/or use of nutrition related data across West Africa. Read the meeting report and Call to Action here. Read our blog here. 


Feed the Future 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, December 10-12, 2019 (Kathmandu, Nepal)

DataDENT’s Manita Jangid (IFPRI) presented learnings from our data visualization tool landscaping during the poster session: Data visualization tools for nutrition: Supporting decision-makers globally and in India (view poster).

 

SUN Global Gathering 2019, November 4-7, 2019 (Kathmandu, Nepal)

DataDENT participated in the workshop “More or better data for improved decision-making for nutrition”. View the workshop’s abstract and key reflections in the meeting report here 

 

Nutrition 2019, June 8-11, 2019 (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)

DataDENT’s Audrey Buckland (JHSPH) presented “Nutrition Data use and needs: Findings from an online survey of global nutrition stakeholders” (view abstract) (view posterand “Advancing Methods for Measurement of Complementary Feeding Interventions and Practices at Scale: Outcomes from Two Rounds of National Surveys in Burkina Faso and Kenya” (view abstract) (view poster). 

 

India Nutrition Data Bonanza, May 1, 2019 (New Delhi, India) 

In collaboration with Partnerships and Opportunities to Strengthen and Harmonize Actions for Nutrition in India (POSHAN), DataDENT convened a half-day event to reflect on collective action to strengthen measurement of nutrition intervention coverage in India. Manita Jangid (IFPRI) shared DataDENT’s landscaping of data visualization tools in India. Read our blog post here.  

 

Measuring Nutrition in Population-Based Household Surveys and Associated Facility Assessments, September 19-20, 2018 (Washington, D.C., USA)

DataDENT provided technical support to the two-day technical consultation convened by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, UNICEF and WHO. The consultation aimed to produce a set of recommendations for how to strengthen nutrition-related content in large-scale household and facility surveys. Read the meeting report here. Read our blog post here

 

Maternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) Counseling Coverage Consultation, September 17, 2018 (Washington, D.C. USA)

In collaboration with the WHO-UNICEF Technical Expert Advisory Group on Nutrition Monitoring (TEAM), IFPRI, and Alive & Thrive, DataDENT organized a consultation to consolidate insights and facilitate dialogue around the development of indicators to measure coverage of infant and young child feeding counseling or behavior change interventions. Read the meeting report here. Read our blog post here