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2009/2 Addressing the Underlying and Basic Causes of Child Undernutrition in Developing Countries: What Works and Why?

The primary objective of this Evaluation Study is to synthesise the available evidence on what works (or does not work) and why in nutrition programming to address the underlying and basic causes of undernutrition in high burden countries; and to discuss key issues to consider when designing, implementing and assessing nutrition programmes at micro, meso and macro levels. A secondary objective is to identify policy relevant topics that need further research.

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PublisherEvaluation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Danida, Denmark
AuthorDr. Pat Pridmore and Professor Roy Carr Hill, Institute of Education, University of London
Pages75 + appendixes

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