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SENS Nutrition Survey Report - Kakuma Refugee Camo

Author: UNHCR/IRC with UCL
Year: 2013
Resource type: Report

 This report summarises the results of a nutrition survey conducted from 15th – 21st November 2012, coordinated by UNHCR and UCL in collaboration with IRC. The overall aim of this survey was to assess the prevalence of malnutrition and to monitor selected indicators of programme performance.

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