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Bringing humanitarian and development frameworks, financing and programmes closer together

Author: Jeremy Shoham, Carmel Dolan, Dr Farah, Mohammed A Hassan and Samson Dessie
Year: 2018
Resource type: Case study

A case study of nutrition resilience building in Somalia

This case study report examines the current state of the humanitarian and development nexus (HDN) in Somalia and considers the means by which it could be strengthened. The report is part of a multi-country study on HDN through a nutrition lens. It was conducted by ENN in collaboration with the Federal Government of Somalia, the Somalia Nutrition Cluster and it’s key stakeholders and it is the second HDN study, following work already undertaken in Kenya.

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Jeremy Shoham, Carmel Dolan, Dr Farah, Mohammed A Hassan and Samson Dessie (2019). Bringing humanitarian and development frameworks, financing and programmes closer together. www.ennonline.net/hdnsomalia

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