Aid for Nutrition. Figures Don’t Lie: Who Feels Responsible for the Nutrition Funding Gap?

This policy brief outlines specific recommendations to the World Bank, the EU, WFP and UNICEF; as well as some bilateral donors to scale up nutrition investments through a multi-sectoral approach.

In July 2018 Action Against Hunger and Results for Development released an analysis regarding the role of multilateral development agencies in tackling nutrition. Based on this analysis, Action Against Hunger calls for renewed efforts to invest more, sooner and better in nutrition. This policy brief outlines specific recommendations to the World Bank, the EU, WFP and UNICEF; as well as some bilateral donors to scale up nutrition investments through a multi-sectoral approach.

About this document

Section: Technical
Thematic Area: Advocacy Nutrition and Health
Location: Global
Type: Briefing
Language: English

Key Information

Year Published: 2018
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