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Can Transfer Programs Be Made More Nutrition Sensitive?

By Harold Alderman

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policy solutions to sustainably end hunger and malnutrition and reduce poverty. The Institute conducts research, communicates results, optimizes partnerships, and builds capacity to ensure sustainable food production, promote healthy food systems, improve markets and trade, transform agriculture, build resilience, and strengthen institutions and governance. Gender is considered in all of the Institute’s work. IFPRI collaborates with partners around the world, including development implementers, public institutions, the private sector, and farmers ’ organizations, to ensure that local, national, regional, and global food policies are based on evidence. AUTHOR Harold Alderma

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Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.2139/ssrn.2423776
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