Operational Assessment Framework for Evaluating Breastfeeding Interventions
The Family Larsson-Rosenquist Foundation and the University of Ghana launched this project to assess the operational feasibility of breastfeeding interventions, enabling implementers to identify those interventions which could be effectively implemented and or scaled-up as part of health system policies to promote breastfeeding within a given context.
Primary project objectives
Project partner and principal investigator
University of Ghana School of Public Health, Professor Richmond Nii Okai Aryeetey
The starting point will be a database of over 1,400 published breastfeeding interventions covering the years 1970-2021, with more to be added. The partners believe there is value in developing a framework that can help users to identify those interventions that will fit them best from an operational point of view.
The assessments will be conducted with experts in health, featuring broad expertise in fields ranging from sciences to economics.
The Operational Framework for Intervention Evaluation launched in 2024 as a follow-up to the Best Practice Interventions project. Are you interested in learning more? Please contact Professor Aryeetey at firstname.lastname@example.org or FLRF at email@example.com.