The dashboard has been created to provide malnutrition data of children under 5 across provinces and districts. The indicators included are stunting, wasting, overweight and underweight. Users can visualize, identify and prioritize high burden districts for interventions to reduce stunting and compare other malnutrition indicators at district level. Most data used for the dashboard is pooled from NNS 2018, provincial governments, SUN Secretariat and UNICEF. Dashboard will be updated as new data become available. Maps can also be downloaded and printed by the user.

Dashboard provides the following information:

Mapping of Nutrition related policies and strategies.

Provincial and district level stunting data, nutrition programs, implementing partners, donors, and key interventions being implemented.

Comparison of malnutrition indicators including stunting, wasting, underweight and overweight in under five children at district level.

Prevalence of Iron deficiency anaemia in children 06-59 months and women of children bearing age (15-49years) at the divisional level.

Navigation of Dashboard

Data is available on maps and charts.

Stunting maps

Province can be selected, and high burden districts can easily be picked by adjusting the stunting legend in any district. Interactive maps also allow the user to select any district to view district specific information regarding Nutrition programs, Donors, interventions, and Stunting and wasting data as a popup message and compare it with provincial data.

Strategies map

Provides information about various nutrition related strategies available in that province by mousing over the province.


By selecting any district in charts, user can compare all four indicators of malnutrition.

Iron Deficiency Anemia

By selecting any division user can compare iron deficiency anemia in children and women of reproductive age in that specific division.

Users of Dashboard

The dashboard can be used by anyone interested or involved in the nutrition program:

  • Policymakers at the country, provincial, districts levels
  • Provincial Governments
  • Program managers at provincial and district levels
  • United Nations and non-governmental organizations and development partners
  • Civil society networks
  • Researchers, academicians, and students

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