This implementation research within the Integrated Research for Acute Malnutrition (IRAM) partnership used the RE-AIM evaluation framework to assess sequenced, layered, and integrated interventions to reduce the burden of child wasting in Chad and Mali. A continuum of care approach was followed assessing the prevention and screening of wasting, referral and the treatment of cases of wasting, and the prevention of post-treatment relapse.
- Evaluation of the Family-led MUAC Component of an Integrated Package of Interventions to Reduce Wasting in Chad and Mali
- Operationalizing the RE-AIM Framework to Evaluate Complex Intervention Interventions: Lessons Learned From the Integrated Research on Acute Malnutrition Study
- Community Volunteers Deliver Integrated Prevention and Treatment Services to Reduce Child Wasting in Chad
- Reducing Child Wasting through Integrated Prevention and Treatment in Mali