AAH, Action Against Hunger
The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Guidelines from Action Against Hunger (AAH) are designed to be used by either sector-specific projects or by multi-sector (integrated) programs, and in either humanitarian or development contexts. This guide to M&E is not exhaustive, but provides a cross-cutting and multi-sector approach to planning for and implementing M&E throughout a project lifecycle. Project teams should use this guide alongside relevant technical guidance for specific types of interventions, as well as to complement other resources on project management, assessments, and evaluations.
Disruption of routine services, Donations of BMS / Infant Formula, Fear, myths, and misconceptions, Health worker overload, demotivation, Increase cost to access nutrition services, Increased risk of gender-based violence (GBV), Lack of or limited nutrition supplies, Infant Formula, equipment, Movement restrictions, No or limited community activities, Physical overcrowding, Reduced community demand, Reduced, low or no touch (women and children)