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Unpacking the progress of scale up in countries

Scaling up nutrition interventions is at the heart of the SUN Movement to facilitate nutritional progress at the local level. ENN has documented

numerous articles on this topic, looking at the expansion of both nutrition specific and nutrition sensitive interventions. Such articles include:

 

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NEX: Maternal and Child Nutrition (MCN)

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