Enhancing milk quality and consumption for improved income and nutrition in Rwanda

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  • Rwanda Nutrition baseline survey

    Baseline survey focussing on Ubudehe categories 1 and 2 only, and covering 3 study arms as described in the study protocol, with a focus on eligible households (with children 12-29 months of age) and whether they received a Girinka cow from 2016 and earlier (study arms 1 and 2) and whether they are eligible to receive a Girinka cow but hasnt (study arm 3)

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  • Rwanda Nutrition baseline survey (Public)

    Baseline survey focussing on Ubudehe categories 1 and 2 only, and covering 3 study arms as described in the study protocol, with a focus on eligible households (with children 12-29 months of age) and whether they received a Girinka cow from 2016 and earlier (study arms 1 and 2) and whether they are eligible to receive a Girinka cow but hasnt (study arm 3)

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Dataset metadata

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Created Tuesday 11th of December, 2018
Last updated Tuesday 11th of December, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The proposed project has an overall objective of contributing to efforts for enhancing the quality and consumption of milk for improved income and nutrition in Rwanda. The project aims to achieve its overall objective by generating and communicating evidence on: a) the impact of nutrition education on ASF consumption and nutritional status of 12-23 month old children and pregnant and lactating women in poor households that have received a dairy cow, b) the impact of selected capacity development interventions on the marketing performance of dairy cooperatives, and c) the viability of supplying quality milk.
Principal investigator Emily Ouma
Principal investigator email E.A.Ouma@cgiar.org
Partners Research Triangle International (RTI), University of Rwanda, TechnoServe, and Three Stones Int.
Other researchers involved Valerie Flax, Ben Bizinde, Olivier Kamana, Nadhem Mtimet, Lambert Izerimana
Contact person Emily Ouma, Lambert Izerimana (UR) and Valerie Flax (RTI)
Contact email vflax@rti.org; E.A.Ouma@cgiar.org
Custodian Emily Ouma and Valerie Flax
Custodian email E.A.Ouma@cgiar.org; vflax@rti.org
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Sub-National Level
  • Nyabihu
  • Kigali
  • Ruhango
  • Musanze
  • Kamonyi
Data collected from 01/03/2018
Data collected to 30/11/2018
Availability date 30/04/2020
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? Yes
Intellectual Property Ownership ILRI, National Institute of Statistics Rwanda, USAID Development Data Library (DDL) (https://www.usaid.gov/data), RTI
Citation Emily Ouma, Valerie Flax, Ben Bizinde, Olivier Kamana, Nadhem Mtimet, Lambert Izerimana (2020). Enhancing milk quality and consumption for improved income and nutrition in Rwanda. ILRI, National Institute of Statistics Rwanda, USAID Development Data Library (DDL) (https://www.usaid.gov/data), RTI. Available at http://data.ilir.org/dataset/rwanda_nutrition, retrieved on (add date here)

Project metadata

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Project title Nutrition baseline survey
Project abstract Baseline survey focussing on Ubudehe categories 1 and 2 only, and covering 3 study arms as described in the study protocol, with a focus on eligible households (with children 12-29 months of age) and whether they received a Girinka cow from 2016 and earlier (study arms 1 and 2) and whether they are eligible to receive a Girinka cow but hasnt (study arm 3)
Grant code IS12 NBO UOF002001
Donor USAID through the Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems (LSIL) led by University of Florida
Partners Research Triangle International (RTI), University of Rwanda, TechnoServe, and Three Stones Int.
Start date 01/01/2017
End date 31/12/2019
Principal investigator Emily Ouma
Other staff involved Valerie Flax, Ben Bizinde, Olivier Kamana, Nadhem Mtimet, Lambert Izerimana
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