Nutrition Guidelines

The nutrition guidelines contain information and advice on globally accepted best practices to combat malnutrition and is intended to support “evidence-based programming” (i.e., interventions that are proven by careful research to be successful in achieving the intended objectives). The guidelines are to be used by National Societies for awareness-raising, capacity-building and integration into National Society health, nutrition and food security programming. Published in 2013.

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