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Technical briefs on MAM

The CMAM Forum (www.cmam.org) has produced a series of technical briefs on moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) written by expert authors:

This presents an overview of classic systematic reviews and statistical meta-analyses which form the backbone of scientific assessments of the quality of evidence around public health interventions. It explains how these approaches contribute to current knowledge on the effectiveness of MAM interventions.

All are available in English and French and can be accessed at www.cmamform.org

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Technical briefs on MAM. Field Exchange 49, March 2015. p59. www.ennonline.net/fex/49/mam

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