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Preventing Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM) through nutrition-sensitive interventions

Author: Noreen Mucha
Year: 2014
Resource type: Report

CMAM Forum Technical Brief: December 2014

This Technical Brief examines current evidence, knowledge and practice relating to the prevention of MAM through nutrition-sensitive interventions in various sectors. Nutrition-sensitive interventions can improve nutritional outcomes and impact by addressing many of the underlying and basic causes of malnutrition.

 

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