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Review of the published literature for the impact and cost-effectiveness of six nutrition related interventions

Author: ENN
Year: 2004
Resource type: Research

Review of the published evidence for the impact and cost-effectiveness of 6 key humanitarian interventions commonly implemented in emergencies - including general ration distribution. The review identifies gaps in the literature and suggests methodologies for filling these gaps.

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