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Opportunities to Use Procurements to Create Nutrition-Sensitive Development Projects

Steven Myers, Leland Fellow
Published 2011

Despite the recent emergence of policy frameworks designed to facilitate the integration and expansion of nutrition interventions in the developing world, U.S.-funded nutrition programs continue to be less efficient, effective and economical than they could be. This paper discusses how the U.S. government could better align and integrate development projects in general – and specifically in the area of nutrition – by altering the requirements for food security-related grants and contracts in such a way that they also function as a more effective policy implementation tool.

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Publication tags: Health, Nutrition and Hunger

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Steven Myers

Leland Fellow,