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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Safe Drinking Water in Severe Acute Malnutrition Treatment

A study to investigate whether adding safe drinking water in SAM treatment reduces treatment time, increases recovery rates, and improves cost-effectiveness in CMAM programs.

Section: Treatment
Type: Research Paper

Feedback and Complaints Mechanisms in Pakistan: 2014 and 2018

A brief article from the 2018 Learning Review reflecting on challenges faced in two separate FCMs, and the solutions found to overcome them.

Section: Learning
Type: Article

ISP3 Key Trends: Climate Change

We spoke to some of our colleagues here in Valencia about the climate crisis and how Action Against Hunger is responding. Read and listen to what Olivier, Claire and Jennifer had to say about climate change and how we might respond to it.

Section: Uncategorized
Type: Article

Peshawar’s improved Feedback and Complaint Mechanism

A winning Learning Competition entry by Muhammad Ali, Country Senior MEAL Manager from Action Against Hunger USA in Pakistan.

Section: Learning
Type: Case study Lessons Paper

The Research on Food Assistance for Nutritional Impact (REFANI) Project

Aiming to strengthen the evidence base on the nutritional impact and cost-effectiveness of cash and voucher-based food assistance programs, as well as identify the mechanisms through which this effectiveness is achieved, partners came together to form the Research on Food Assistance for Nutritional Impact (REFANI) project.

Section: Prevention
Type: Research Paper

Treating SAM with Community Health Workers: the Evidence from Mali and Pakistan

A study on the implications and impact of treating Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) as part of integrated Community Case Management (iCCM).

Section: Learning Research
Type: Report

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