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Research announcement: Bringing new evidence on undernutrition and mortality risk into practice.

ENN are pleased to announce our new OFDA funded research study. This study, to be implemented in Nigeria, aims to bring new evidence produced by WaSt TIG on the relationship between wasting and stunting and their combined impact on mortality into existing programme practices.

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