NUTRITION MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE - Coggle Diagram
NUTRITION MONITORING AND
The interpretation of data using ABCD methods to determine whether a person or groups of people are well nourished or malnourished (over-nourished or undernourished.
Collection, analysis and feedback of quantitatively precise measures from a relatively large representative sample of a population.
Concerned with data on the current status/ activities at local levels for initiating action in response to events occurring during specific programme implementation in the population.
POLICY FOR FOOD PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION
Food and nutrient consumption at household and individual levels
Nutritional status by anthropometry and clinical nutritional deficiency conditions.
nutrition- related risks of selected chronic diseases
food security, particularly at the household level
focused on selected high risk sub-population groups
identification of vulnerable sub-groups of the population at higher risk of nutrition related health problems.
food supply- agricultural and harticultural
NUTRITION SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
involves the regular and systematic collection of data on nutritional outcomes and exposures, of a subject.
To monitor the nutrition situation
to identify factors associated with malnutrition
to inform nutrition policies and programmes
to track progress towards achieving nutrition goals
to serve as an early warning of increased nutritional risk
to assess the delivery and coverage of services
to evaluate programmes and inventions
to detect the impact of changes in policies
Process and the product of each stage
( creates organized data)
analysis & interpretation
( creates information)
dissemination & communication
(leads to knowledge)
decision making & action
(leads to improvement in nutrition situation)