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Development of a Minimum Reporting Package (MRP) for Emergency Supplementary Feeding Programmes: Project Report (2011)

Author: ENN and SCUK
Year: 2011
Resource type: Report

The Minimum Reporting Package project was implemented by the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) in collaboration with Save the Children UK (SC UK) under an OFDA funded grant to the ENN.

This report describes the outputs of the Minimum Reporting project and the process of the MRP development in sequence of development, challenges and events.

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ENN and SCUK (2011). Development of a Minimum Reporting Package (MRP) for Emergency Supplementary Feeding Programmes: Project Report (2011). www.ennonline.net/mrpproject