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NutVal (version 4)

Donors: USAID/OFDA

Collaborators: UCL

ENN project lead: Marie McGrath

Timeframe: 2013-2014

 

Project summary

 

NutVal is a spreadsheet application for planning and monitoring the nutriton content of food assistance.  

The ENN supported University College London (UCL) in the development of version 4 of this tool which was released in 2014. Features of version 4 include: 

See NutVal for more information and to access the tool.

 

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Chloe Angood (2015). NutVal (version 4). www.ennonline.net/ourwork/capacitydevelopment/nutvalversion4