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Learning from The World Bank History Agriculture and Food-Based Approaches for Addressing Malnutrition

Author: Juergen Voegele, Timothy Evans, Denis Robitaille
Year: 2014
Resource type: Report

This is a summary of how the nutrition and agriculture sectors of the World Bank have addressed agricultural and food-based approaches to nutrition from the 1960s to the present showcases the trove of resources available in the World Bank, and demonstrates how this deep well of information can inform the mainstreaming of nutrition in the World Bank’s agriculture operations.

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