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Multi-sector programming at the sub-national level: A case study of Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe

Author: John Borton, Natalie Sessions, Carmel Dolan, Jeremy Shoham
Year: 2020
Resource type: Case study

The case study describes the implementation of the Multi-Sectoral Community Based Model (MCBM) Programme, launched in 2015, which aims ‘to reduce food and nutrition security challenges in vulnerable districts of Zimbabwe through a multi-sectoral community based model approach and systems strengthening’ . In 2017 a roll-out process for the MCBM across Zimbabwe was started and is currently is at various stages of development in 38 of Zimbabwe’s 59 rural districts.

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John Borton, Natalie Sessions, Carmel Dolan, Jeremy Shoham (2020). Multi-sector programming at the sub-national level: A case study of Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe. www.ennonline.net/mspcasestudyzimbabwe2020

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