MIYCNMaternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition (program)
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e) Document and assess the capacity of the community groups to receive grants and implement the community based MIYCN programme.
Formative research findings informed design of the intervention to engage fathers and grandmothers in MIYCN. The process evaluation showed that, motivation levels of father and grandmother peer educators were influenced in part by key design factors.
Scale up of effective, locally tailored and acceptable MIYCN interventions remains an essential priority in Kenya.
ACF implements the MIYCN Programme in Dadaab, through funding from the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
The main activities under the programme are strengthening of MIYCN interventions and promotion of positive hygiene and sanitation practices.