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Sub-national, multi-sector nutrition programming: Key findings from eight country case studies

Author: SUN KM Team
Year: 2020
Resource type: Case study

In 2017, ENN began exploring the nature of MSNP to unpack the 'what' and 'how' of multi-sector nutrition activities. ENN's primary objective was to develop detailed case-study based descriptions of implementation at the local level to understand the structures and programmatic details of government driven MSNPs often supported by development partners. This short paper is a synthesis of the key findings from the 8 country case studies and is primarily intended for government actors and their nutritional partners considering or developing a multisectoral nutrition response.  

 

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