Join us for the launch of a new initiative – the LSMS for Nutrition Learning Hub! The Living Standard Measurement Study (LSMS) supports a family of household surveys conducted in low- and middle-income nations around the world. The food consumption data collected in these surveys can provide valuable insights into the diets and nutritional status of populations.
The LSMS for Nutrition Learning Hub aims to support and enable the generation and use of household survey data to inform nutrition-related research, programmes and policies. The Learning Hub will provide a set of open-access learning materials, a forum for peer-to-peer learning and method sharing, and a network of stakeholders at different points in the data value chain. Our aim is to reduce barriers to use of these data in research, and to feed into new and improved survey tools to enhance the value of data for informing nutrition programmes and policy.
We welcome those with an interest in the generation and use of household survey data for use in nutrition-related research, policy or programmatic contexts, whether or not you have experience working with these data.
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