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Institutional structure and non-government partnership for nutrition programs (English)

A multi sector effort is essential to improve the nutritional status of children and women. For effective and efficient implementation of multi sector interventions, each sector should be well positioned to deliver the required services. With the aim to understand the bottlenecks to effective implementation of nutrition operations in Nepal and provide strategies and recommendations to overcome these challenges, researchers from the World Bank conducted a qualitative study in 2016/17 entitled: "Study of Operational Strategies to Reduce Malnutrition in Nepal". This research brief highlights various institutional structures and non-government partnership arrangements that contribute to effective implementation of nutrition related activities.

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Bhattarai,Manav Al-Omair,Abeyah A. Bashyal,Chhitij

Institutional structure and non-government partnership for nutrition programs (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/813451530109460287/Institutional-structure-and-non-government-partnership-for-nutrition-programs