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Lessons from Kenya - exploring multi-sector programme implementation in nutrition

By ENN on 26 April 2018

Join ENN's Lillian Karanja Odhiambo to see and hear how one multi-sector programmes is being implemented at the sub-national level in Kenya. This video focuses on implementation challenges and lessons from the USAID-funded Accelerated Value Chain Development Programme (AVCD) in Homa Bay and how current government led activities and structures enable and interact with this multi-sectoral programme.

This video accompanies a full report on Multi-sector programmes at the sub-national level: A case study in Homa Bay and Makueni counties in Kenya.

This video is one of three in a series of videos on multi-sector programming at the sub-national level, more information about it is available here.

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