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Nutrition and cash-based interventions

Technical guidance to improve nutrition through cash-based interventions










​FAO. 2020. Nutrition and cash-based interventions – Technical guidance to improve nutrition through cash-based interventions. Rome. 




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    Improving nutrition through cash-based interventions 2020
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    This brochure offers technical guidance in implementing cash-based interventions (CBIs) that maximize nutrition outcomes. It can be used by professionals involved in designing and implementing CBIs or related activities to help them integrate nutrition outcomes in their work, and also by those involved in developing nutritional policies and strategies.
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    Improving diets and nutrition: food-based approaches 2014
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    The International Symposium on Food and Nutrition Security: Food-based Approaches for Improving Diets and Raising Levels of Nutrition was organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to better document the contribution that food and agriculture can make to improving nutrition. These proceedings are a useful resource for decision and policy makers, programme planners and implementers, and health workers, all of which work to combat hunger and malnutrition . Likewise, they will have appeal for professionals in the field of food security, nutrition, public health, horticulture, agronomy, animal science, food marketing, information, education, communication, food technology and development. They are also designed as a useful complementary source for graduate and postgraduate courses on: public health; human nutrition (including education and communication courses); community nutrition; international nutrition; food and nutrition security policies, i nterventions and programmes; nutrition considerations in agricultural research; and the integration of nutrition into food and agriculture. The publication benefits from the contributions of world-renowned international experts as well as FAO’s Departments and Divisions on the linkages between nutrition and agriculture and on nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food-based approaches. Sadly, Professor Michael Latham, who was one of the founders of the field of international nutrition that deals w ith the nutrition problems of developing countries, and one of the promoters of food-based approaches, died about 4 months after the symposium took place; his contribution to this publication,being one of his last works, is a fitting tribute to his memory.
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    Nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems in practice-Revised edition 2017
    This publication provides a list of food system-based intervention options to improve nutrition and a set concrete entry points for maximizing the impact of each intervention. Developed through leveraging different expertise in FAO, it is a key resource to assist professionals involved in different areas - from breeding to production; from food transformation and packaging to transportation and trade; from marketing and value chain to food safety; from food labelling to consumer education - to u nderstand the linkages with nutrition, and to increase their contribution for a world free from malnutrition in all its forms.

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