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ALNAP – Action Against Hunger’s Evaluation Reports

Every year Action Against Hunger conducts several evaluations of its projects and programmes across the world. All these evaluation reports are housed in ALNAP’s Humanitarian Evaluation, Learning and Performance Library.

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Coverage Monitoring Network

Improving nutrition programmes through the promotion of quality coverage assessment tools, capacity building and information sharing.

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ISP3 Portal

News, views and opinions about the new International Strategic Plan (ISP3) – how it’s being developed, what your role is, and what we can expect to see in it. Read, watch and listen to find out what’s going on and what your colleagues think about it – and comment below to join the conversation.

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LinkNCA (Nutrition Causal Analysis)

Link NCA is a participative, quantitative and qualitative method for identifying the causes of under nourishment and promotes the implementation of adapted responses by all organizations involved in fighting against malnutrition.

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MEAL Services

Action Against Hunger’s MEAL Services (otherwise known as “The Bubble”) is a self-managed group of consultants specialising in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning. Based in the UK, we provide a wide range of services to the sector, including our own network.

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No Hunger Radio

The No Hunger Radio is an internal Action Against Hunger podcast designed to share stories about our work between staff based in different corners of the world, who otherwise might never hear about the fascinating and amazing work their colleagues do.

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No Wasted Lives

A Global Coalition to accelerate action for children with acute malnutrition

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SMART Methodology

The SMART Methodology is an improved survey method that balances simplicity (for rapid assessment of acute emergencies) and technical soundness. It draws from the core elements of several methodologies with continuous upgrading informed by research and current best practices.

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