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Multi-sector programming at the sub-national level: A case study in the regions of Matam and Kédougou, Senegal

Author: Ambarka Youssoufane, Tui Swinnen, Jeremy Shoham and Carmel Dolan
Year: 2018
Resource type: Case study

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This case study features as one of three in a series of case studies documenting multi-sector programming at the sub-national level.

This case study looks at the region of Kédougou with the Integrated Nutrition Project in Kolda and Kédougou (PINKK), and in the Matam region with the USAID-funded Yaajeende Project.

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A synthesis document is available here.

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Ambarka Youssoufane, Tui Swinnen, Jeremy Shoham and Carmel Dolan (2018). Multi-sector programming at the sub-national level: A case study in the regions of Matam and Kédougou, Senegal. www.ennonline.net/mspcasestudysenegal