CNIP



Cambodia Nutrition Investment Plan (CNIP) 2003-2007



Major Nutrition Indicators; Targets For 2007

Note: Statistics are from the Demographic and Health Survey 2005 unless marked otherwise

 

Indicators2000
CDHS
2005
CDHS
Target 2007
Breast-feeding
Mothers who start breast-feeding newborn child within one hour of birth11%N/A35%
Infants exclusively breastfed up to 5 months of age*5%60%25%
Mean duration of breast-feeding24 monthsN/A24 months
Nutritional status of children under 5 years
Underweight45.2%35.6%31%
Stunting44.6%37.2%30%
Wasting15%7.3%10% 
Nutritional status of women 15-49 years old
Women with Body Mass Index <18.5 Kg/Sq metre21%N/A15%
Women stunted (<145cm tall)6%N/A5%
Low birth-weight babies15%N/A10%
Iron Deficiency Anaemia (IDA)
Children 6-59 months age63%61.8%42%
Women 15-49 years old58%N/A40%
Pregnant women66%N/A43%
Women taking iron supplements for at least 2 months during pregnancy4%N/A40%
Vitamin A Deficiency (VAD)
Night Blindness among pregnant women8%N/A4%
Women got a post-partum Vitamin A supplement11%N/A80%
Children got Vitamin A capsules 6 months prior29%N/A80%
Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD)
Households using iodized salt12%70%80%
Goiter12%**N/A4%
    

* MOH policy is exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months of age. CDHS indicator reported above was collected for babies exclusively breastfed up to the age of 5 months.

** Source: National Micronutrient survey 2000 and National Goiter Survey 1997.

 


Graphs/Maps of Cambodia Nutrition Investment Plan (CNIP) with data from Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey 2000
Full text of the Cambodia National Investment Plan (CNIP 2003-2007)
CNIP Annual Progress Report 2003
CNIP Second Annual Progress Report 2004


CNIP


Cambodia Nutrition Investment Plan (CNIP) 2003-2007



Major Nutrition Indicators; Targets For 2007

Note: Statistics are from the Demographic and Health Survey 2005 unless marked otherwise

 

Indicators2000
CDHS
2005
CDHS
Target 2007
Breast-feeding
Mothers who start breast-feeding newborn child within one hour of birth11%N/A35%
Infants exclusively breastfed up to 5 months of age*5%60%25%
Mean duration of breast-feeding24 monthsN/A24 months
Nutritional status of children under 5 years
Underweight45.2%35.6%31%
Stunting44.6%37.2%30%
Wasting15%7.3%10% 
Nutritional status of women 15-49 years old
Women with Body Mass Index <18.5 Kg/Sq metre21%N/A15%
Women stunted (<145cm tall)6%N/A5%
Low birth-weight babies15%N/A10%
Iron Deficiency Anaemia (IDA)
Children 6-59 months age63%61.8%42%
Women 15-49 years old58%N/A40%
Pregnant women66%N/A43%
Women taking iron supplements for at least 2 months during pregnancy4%N/A40%
Vitamin A Deficiency (VAD)
Night Blindness among pregnant women8%N/A4%
Women got a post-partum Vitamin A supplement11%N/A80%
Children got Vitamin A capsules 6 months prior29%N/A80%
Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD)
Households using iodized salt12%70%80%
Goiter12%**N/A4%
    

* MOH policy is exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months of age. CDHS indicator reported above was collected for babies exclusively breastfed up to the age of 5 months.

** Source: National Micronutrient survey 2000 and National Goiter Survey 1997.

 


Graphs/Maps of Cambodia Nutrition Investment Plan (CNIP) with data from Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey 2000
Full text of the Cambodia National Investment Plan (CNIP 2003-2007)
CNIP Annual Progress Report 2003
CNIP Second Annual Progress Report 2004