Change in food and nutrient consumption among the ultra poor: is the CFPR/TUP programme making a difference

Farhana Haseen

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

To combat various dimensions of extreme poverty and create the foundation for a sustainable livelihood change, BRAC initiated a specialized programme called the CFPR/TUP (Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction/Targeting the Ultra Poor) since 2002. This study aims to investigate the impact of CFPR/TUP programme on the food and nutrient consumption.
The report is presented in two parts- the first part is based on the comparison of food and energy intake data between 2002 and 2004 to assess the changes in food consumption among the ultra poor households over the period. The second part describes the differences in food and nutrient consumption between selected ultra poor (SUP) and non selected ultra poor (NSUP) households in 2004.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDhaka and Ottawa
PublisherBRAC and Aga Khan Foundation
Number of pages37
Volume11
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Publication series

NameCFPR-TUP Working Paper Series
PublisherBRAC and Aga Khan Foundation Canada
No.11

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