Metrics Monthly Bulletin: July 2018

July Spotlight Theme: Nutrition

Metrics Monthly Bulletin July 2018 - Downloadable Version

Learn what Canadian actors are doing to address nutrition around the world on Project Explorer.


Action Against Hunger Canada

Action Against Hunger Canada is the global convener for all humanitarian agencies undertaking nutrition surveys and a recognized leader in providing training and technical support on SMART (Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transitions), a nutrition survey methodology that provides up-to-date and reliable information on global hunger. With SMART, agencies are able to gather and interpret up-to-date, relevant information on nutrition and mortality. This information is pivotal for decision-making and designing interventions that take into account vulnerable populations’ needs. Learn more about some of Action Against Hunger Canada’s work on SMART and visit the SMART website.


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Useful SMART

SMART Methodology Manual


ENA for SMART Software

SMART Instructional Videos

Nutrition International

Knowledge Library

1000 Days

1000 Days Resources


Standardised Expanded Nutrition Survey Guidelines for Refugee Populations

Useful WHO Links

Indicators for assessing infant and young child feeding practices

Global Database on Child Growth and Malnutrition

Using evidence to inform nutrition policies - eLENA


SMART eLearning series: Available from Smart Methodology and Disaster Ready in English.

Public Health Nutrition Course. Available here in English.

Programming for Infant and Young Child Feeding - a training course: Available here in English.


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