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Trailer: Multi-sectoral Programming

By Jonah Klein on 16 July 2019

Nutrition is increasingly a top priority issue for developing countries around the globe, with many countries working hard to reduce high rates of undernutrition, child stunting and wasting.

Nutrition is however a complex, multifaceted issue, that interacts with many sectors.

In order to understand more about how multisectoral programming works on the ground we carried out a research project focussing on 3 regional case studies in Matam, Senegal, Homa Bay, Kenya and Kapilvastu, Nepal. 

This video trailer includes highlights from the 3 case study videos. 

Find out more

The full videos can be found on our Media Hub: www.ennonline.net/mediahub  

The full report is also available on our website: www.ennonline.net/exploringmspsubnationallevel

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