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Multi-sectoral Nutrition Programming: A review of current literature and evidence

Author: Rebecca Brown, Natalie Sessions, Jeremy Shoham and Carmel Dolan
Year: 2020
Resource type: Case study

This review of multi-sector nutrition literature published in the last 10 years considers lessons learned, best practices, challenges and bottlenecks to the implementation of multi-sector nutrition plans and programmes at the sub-national level. It forms part of the body of evidence ENN has developed on multi-sector nutrition programming along with 8 country case studies.  

Download the full case study in PDF here.

A synthesis document is available here.

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Rebecca Brown, Natalie Sessions, Jeremy Shoham and Carmel Dolan (2020). Multi-sectoral Nutrition Programming: A review of current literature and evidence. www.ennonline.net/mspliterature2020

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