Positive Deviance/Hearth Research in Cambodia
Positive Deviance/ Hearth in Cambodia
Positive Deviance Hearth (PD/H) is a community-based and food-based approach with three interrelated goals: To reduce the prevalence of malnutrition among children under five years. To build local capacity to treat malnourished children and sustain the rehabilitation of children. World Vision has worked in Cambodia to research new ways to increase the effectiveness of the Positive Deviance/ Hearth Project Model.
This study examined the effectiveness of the Positive Deviance/ Hearth project model when integrated with interactive voice calling (IVC)
The study analyzed the impact of two options for delivering a World Vision infant and young child feeding (IYCF) counselling programme: (1)...