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Trailer 2020: Multi-sectoral Programming

By Jonah Klein on 18 March 2020

Nutrition is increasingly a top priority issue for developing countries around the globe, with many countries working hard to reduce high rates of undernutrition, including 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 at the sub-national level, ENN has developed 8 country case studies from Senegal, Kenya, Nepal, Ethiopia, Niger, Bangladesh. Zimbabwe and the Philippines.

Find out more

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

The full case studies available on our website: www.ennonline.net/ourwork/knowledgemanagement/sunkm/msnutrition

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