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Strengthening the Humanitarian-Development Nexus

Author: MQSUN+
Resource type: Report

ENN is carrying out a series of detailed country studies on current and future opportunities to strengthen nutrition resilience through greater alignment of the humanitarian and development nexus (HDN) by looking at supporting policies, frameworks, financing arrangements and programmes.

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