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Stunting in protracted emergencies discussion paper 2017

ENN has released a new discussion paper on 'Stunting in Protracted Emergencies'. Funded by Irish Aid, this paper outlines the difficulties of gaining a clear understanding of the needs and an effective response to tackle stunting in FCAS.

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Chloe Angood (2017). Stunting in protracted emergencies discussion paper 2017. www.ennonline.net/newsroom/stuntinemergpaper2017

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