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Measuring Mortality, Nutritional Status and Food Security in Crisis Situations: SMART Methodology Version 1

Year: 2006
Resource type: Official

A MANUAL detailing a basic integrated method for assessing nutritional status and mortality rate in emergency situations. It includes details of how to use the Nutrisurvey SOFTWARE for analysing data. The MANUAL is aimed at host government partners and humanitarian organisations as part of the SMART initiative enhancing capacity and draws from core elements of several existing methods and best practice. It includes an optional chapter of food security which is based on a simplified version of the Household Economy Approach.

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