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Multi-sector nutrition programming: An Interview with Sweta Banerjee

By Natalie Sessions and Sweta Banerjee on 23 August 2021

In this podcast, accompanying Field Exchange issue 65, Natalie Sessions (ENN Senior Nutritionist) talks to Sweta Banerjee, Nutrition Specialist for Welthungerhilfe’s India country programme.

They discuss the article Multi-sector nutrition programming: ‘Nutrition Smart Villages’ in Bangladesh and India

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