MEASURE Evaluation Report Examines Ways To Strategically Approach Nutrition In Context Of HIV, TB Programming

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: Thinking strategically about nutrition supports disease responses and more
In a guest post, Heather B. Davis, NACS portfolio program manager, and Emily A. Bobrow, senior technical specialist for evaluation and learning, both at MEASURE Evaluation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, discuss key issues from a recently released MEASURE Evaluation report on ways to think strategically about nutrition, especially in the context of HIV and TB. The authors write, “Given the landscape of siloed funding focused on particular diseases (especially HIV and TB), this publication takes an important step back to consider the overall health of a client and delineates specific nutrition-related concerns that arise when considering HIV and TB programming…” (5/9).

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