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'Community engagement: the ‘C’ at the heart of CMAM' news

The CMAM Froum and Anthrologica release a new technical brief, 'Community engagement: the ‘C’ at the heart of CMAM' to summarise evidence and good practice on community engagement in the management of acute malnutrition. 

 

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