Ongoing Studies

Registered trials

Updated: 20 October 2016

Includes trials registered at (numbers starting "NCT") or at Current Controlled Trials (numbers starting "ISRCTN").  Protocols are listed alphabetically by country; multi-site protocols are listed alphabetically by the first country/site.


NCT01562379 Complementary Food Supplements for Reducing Childhood Undernutrition

NCT01590095 WASH Benefits Bangladesh

NCT01715038 Effectiveness of LNS and MNP Supplements to Prevent Malnutrition in Women and Their Children in Bangladesh (Rang-Din Nutrition Study)

NCT02768181 Evaluate Bundling of Nutrition Interventions

Burkina Faso

NCT00909974 Effect of Prenatal Nutritional Supplementation on Birth Outcome in Hounde District, Burkina Faso (MISAME2)

NCT00944281 Optimal Amount of Zinc to Include in a Lipid-based Nutrient Supplement (LNS) (iLiNS-ZINC)

NCT02071563 Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Four Formulations of Food Supplements for the Prevention of Wasting and Stunting in Burkina Faso (FAQR-Burkina)

NCT02236468 Creating Homestead Agriculture for Nutrition and Gender Equity (CHANGE) in Burkina Faso

NCT02245152 The Effect of Integrated Prevention and Treatment on Child Malnutrition and Health in Burkina Faso: a Cluster Randomized Intervention Study (PROMIS-BF)

NCT02716935 Prebiotics and Microbiota Composition and Functionality in Rural Burkinabe Infants


NCT02257437 Acceptability of a Multiple Micronutrient-Fortified Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplement for Children Under Two in Cambodia

NCT02257762 Efficacy of a Multiple Micronutrient-Fortified Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplement for Children Under Two in Cambodia


NCT02085044 Non Randomized Controlled Intervention Study Comparing Two Interventions of Nutritional Supplement on Malnutrition, Health and Mortality (NRCI-ASPE)

Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guatemala, India, Pakistan

NCT01883193 Women First: Preconception Maternal Nutrition (WF)

The Gambia

ISRCTN49285450 Investigating the effects of pre-natal and infancy nutritional supplementation on infant immune development in The Gambia: The Early Nutrition and Immune Development (ENID) Trial

ISRCTN73571031 The effects of lipid-based multiple micronutrients on the health of children in the developing world

NCT02668133 Zinc Absorption From SQ-LNS With and Without Phytase


NCT00970866 Efficacy of Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements (LNS) for Pregnant and Lactating Women and Their Infants (iLiNS DYAD-Ghana


NCT01072279 Preventing Malnutrition in Children Under Two Years of Age Approach


NCT02747524 Haiti Rural School Feeding Study: Effect of Vita Mamba on Anemia and Hemoglobin Concentrations


NCT01312987 Improving Nutrition and Health Outcomes in Intibuca, Honduras (MANI I)


NCT01704105 WASH Benefits Kenya


ISRCTN14393738 Improving child development in children in Madagascar


NCT00945698 Prevention of Linear Growth Failure in Infants and Young Children With Lipid-based Nutrient Supplements (iLiNS-DOSE)

NCT01239693 Supplementing Maternal and Infant Diet With High-energy, Micronutrient Fortified Lipid-based Nutrient Supplements (LNS) (iLiNS-DYAD-M)


NCT02323815 The Effect of Integrated Prevention and Treatment on Child Malnutrition and Health in Mali: a Cluster Randomized Intervention Study (PROMIS-Mali)

ISRCTN08435964 Impact evaluation of the Cash for Nutrition Awareness (CNA) component of the SNACK project (Santé Nutritionnelle à Assise Communautaire à Kayes [Community Nutrition and Health Program in Kayes])


NCT01828814 Different Strategies for Preventing Severe Acute Malnutrition in Niger


ISRCTN11413895 Packaging nutrition and seasonal malaria chemoprevention in a community-based project: effects on programme coverage, child nutrition and health in Kano state, northern Nigeria

South Africa

NCT01845610 Randomized Controlled Trial in South Africa Comparing the Efficacy of Complementary Food Products on Child Growth (TSWAKA)


NCT01991626 Evaluation of the Effects of an Exogenous Phytase on Iron Absorption From LNS Added to Complementary Foods


NCT01824940 SHINE Sanitation, Hygiene, Infant Nutrition Efficacy Project