Below you can find practical guidance on the most important indicators relating to nutrition in emergencies. For additional indicators, take advantage of OCHA’s Indicator Registry and the guidelines provided by humanitarian donors.
Please be aware that IndiKit focuses on those indicators whose use requires detailed guidance – that is why you will not find here many “easy” output indicators, such as number of people receiving certain assistance.
PREVALENCE OF UNDERNUTRITION INDICATORS
TREATMENT OF UNDERNUTRITION INDICATORS
INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING (IYCF) INDICATORS
- Early Initiation of Breastfeeding
- Exclusive Breastfeeding *
- Access to Skilled Breastfeeding Support
- Addressing Breastfeeding Difficulties
- Awareness on the Prevention of Breastmilk Insufficiency
- Introduction of Solid, Semi-Solid or Soft Foods
- Continued Breastfeeding
- Minimum Dietary Diversity - Children (MDD-C)
- Minimum Meal Frequency
- Minimum Acceptable Diet (MAD) *
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