A recently published special supplement of Maternal and Child Nutrition draws attention to the role of Implementation Science and Research in supporting efforts to effectively scale-up and sustain Micronutrient Powder (MNP) programs in low- and middle-income countries. The eight papers in this supplement, together with the broader discussion points articulated in the accompanying editorial, represent, […]
We are excited to be partnering with the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) thanks to grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) on the Implementation Science Initiative. This blog is based on a brochure produced by the Project Team to provide background on the project and an update on progress. Download a PDF […]
In our September webinar, Dr. Kenda Cunningham and Ms. Pooja Pandey from Helen Keller International presented their experiences and lessons learned implementing Suaahara II, a large-scale multi-sector nutrition program in Nepal. The recording of this live event can be accessed here. During the moderated Q&A, SISN’s Chief Information Officer, Dr. Mduduzi Mbuya, fielded questions from […]
SISN’s thirteenth e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The July newsletter highlights SISNs recent events, our blogs and webinars. A resource round-up section provides links to relevant key papers, trainings and events. Sign up to receive our free quarterly e-newsletter here. SISN’s 2019 external communications activity is supported by a grant from the Eleanor Crook Foundation.
This webinar took place on Monday, September 16th 2019. During this recording, guest speakers, Kenda Cunningham and Pooja Pandey from Helen Keller International, share their experiences and lessons learned to date from the implementation of Suaahara II, a large-scale multi-sector nutrition program in Nepal. During a lively Q&A period, SISN’s Chief information Officer, Mdu Mbuya, […]
Voluntary contributions are the lifeblood of SISN and we actively encourage the involvement and participation of members in our activities to us help shape the future of implementation in nutrition. SISN’s Board itself is entirely voluntary. It consists of eleven global experts, who provide leadership, strategic guidance and support to advance the development of implementation […]
We are delighted to share our achievements with you in our NEW Annual Report. This document provides an overview of all the activities that were completed in 2018. All previous annual reports can be downloaded here.
SISN’s twelfth e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The July newsletter highlights SISNs recent events, our blogs and webinars. A resource round-up section provides links to relevant key papers, trainings and events. Sign up to receive our free quarterly e-newsletter here. SISN’s 2019 external communications activity is supported by a grant from the Eleanor […]
The American Society of Nutrition held its annual meeting, Nutrition 2019, in Baltimore on June 8-11. On day 3, SISN facilitated a workshop on Implementation Science (IS). During the session, SISN Board Members guided the seventy attendees through a series of activities with the purpose of enhancing understanding of what IS is, its purpose in […]
This article was first published in Nutrition Exchange South Asia: Maternal Nutrition and can be found here. Nutrition Exchange is a free publication that includes non-technical articles on nutrition policy and programming written by and for national and sub-national stakeholders working in nutrition and related sectors. Thanks to ENN and UNICEF ROSA for providing permission to share with our audience. […]
- Special Issue of Maternal and Child Nutrition Dedicated to Implementation Research
- The Six Components of the Implementation Science Initiative in Kenya and Uganda
- Suaahara Webinar Q&A: Insights on the ‘How To’ Aspects of Implementation
- October Newsletter
- WEBINAR: “Implementation and Science: a two-way street with lots of turns”