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Children, food security and nutrition: review of MDG-F joint programmes key findings and achievements
Published by: MDG Achievement Fund
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) using a joint programme (JP) mode of intervention supported through its window on Children, Food Security and Nutrition programmes to halt preventable deaths caused by child hunger and poor nutrition. The window allocated US$134.5 million through 24 JPs in 4 regions - Africa, Asia & Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, and Latin America and Caribbean and represented almost 20% of the Fund’s work. The purpose of the JPs in the 24 countries was to improve the health, nutritional and education status of the poor and vulnerable households keeping in view the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) outcomes. This report consolidates the design and progress to capture the main achievements in the 24 JPs through a literature review.
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