Valid Measures, Mapping and Surveying Tools

Valid Measures™
Mapping, impact assessment and market research tools from Valid International For more details on our Valid Measures services and projects please contact us directly.
What is Valid Measures™
Valid Measures™ is an i... Read More

Social Mobilisation

Valid’s Social Development (SD) team undertake a variety of tasks --  from short-term assignments focused on the immediate operational needs of clients (e.g. designing and delivering a mobilisation strategy)  to longer-term research into social and cu... Read More

Operational Research

Valid International’s research aims to tackle the complex and persistent challenges related to addressing undernutrition in the developing world. We believe that, to maximize impact on undernutrition, evidence-driven, field-based resear... Read More

Humanitarian Evaluations

Valid Evaluations is led by Alistair Hallam, previously a Director for Valid International. Both Alistair and Dr Steve Collins have extensive experience of humanitarian aid programme implementation, evaluation and research. Both have managed and designed ... Read More


Valid International is well known for its work leading up to the international adoption of the community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM) – a programming approach that treats the majority of children suffering from severe acute malnutrition... Read More

Chronic Malnutrition

The Problem
Close to 40% of all children in developing countries suffer from Chronic Malnutrition that if not addressed by the age of two, irreversibly damages their brains and bodies.  At present very few of those affected get the nutritional ... Read More

Where We Work

Since its foundation in 1999, Valid International has operated in 44 developing countries around the world, from major capitals to remote locations where our consultants and technical staff are developing, implementing and evaluating nutrition and humanit... Read More


A coverage survey using the Simplified Lot Quality Assurance Sampling Evaluation of Access or SLEAC methodology was carried out across 71 Local Government Areas (LGAs) implementing CMAM program in 11 states in the north of Nigeria. The survey was conducte... Read More


ENQUÊTE DE COUVERTURE de la “Prise en charge Intégrée de la Malnutrition Aiguë” (PCIMA) Avec la méthode SLEAC (Evaluation de l’Accessibilité et de la Couverture à base de LQAS Simplifié)