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Caregiving Behaviors for Nutrition and Child Development in Malawi: People-Driven Design

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Save the Children International

This report summarizes the findings from a People-Driven Design process to identify small doable actions to improve child nutrition and development in Balaka and Ntcheu districts in Malawi. The process was based on formative research (available separately) and used to guide the Social and Behavior Change component of the Maziko – integrated Maternal and Child Cash Grant pilot project. The People-Driven Design process focused on four priority behaviors: exclusive breastfeeding, dietary diversity, diarrhoea prevention and management, and early learning and stimulation. The reports summarizes the findings, process, including challenges encountered and recommendations for programming.

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