September 13, 2018
From May to August 2017, PMA2020, in partnership with International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya and the Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population in Burkina Faso, conducted a survey on nutrition status and service provision. The survey was made up of two parts: first, a survey of children under five years of age and women between the ages of 10 to 49 years in sampled households; and second, a survey of facilities that provide health-care services—also known as service delivery points (SDPs). The household surveys are nationally representative, whereas the SDP surveys are not. This five-page document provides a summary of key findings from PMA2020 Nutrition in Kenya and Burkina Faso, as well as information on the facilities analyzed, definitions of indicators, and how the indicators were defined.