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Integrating Household Nutrition and Food Security Objectives into Proposed Agriculture Projects: Illustrative Guidance (beta)
The Infant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN) Project, which is funded by USAID and led by PATH with support from URC, have launched a new set of tools on nutrition and agriculture to help development workers in agriculture maximize nutritional benefits for women, children, and other vulnerable groups.
This guidance helps agriculture project designers build nutrition and food security objectives into their projects rather than leave positive impacts to chance. By following this guidance during the initial planning stages, project designers can enhance nutritional impact and food security of vulnerable groups.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a beta version of this tool.
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