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Research prioritisation exercise for improving wasting prevention: Project summary

Author: Tanya Khara and Carmel Dolan
Year: 2018
Resource type: Other

ENN is embarking on a Research Prioritisation (RP) exercise, for the UK Department for International Development (DFID) through the MQSUN+ project, on the critical subject of wasting prevention. This short document is intended to provide information about why this exercise is important, what our approach will be and to let people know how to participate. 

Find out more about the wider wasting prevention project that this prioritisation exercise is part of.

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