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Humanitarian Development Nexus Webinar

By Carmel Dolan, Chris Leather, Jeremy Shoham on 8 April 2020

This is the recording of a webinar presentation conducted in March which reflected on 4 country case studies (Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya and Yemen) exploring the humanitarian development nexus. The webinar explores critical aspects of nutrition security in the context of fragility including nutrition architecture, coordination and financing.

To find out more read the two published case studies from Somalia and Kenya

 

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