An Investment Framework for Nutrition in Kenya
Julia Dayton Eberwein,
Davide de Beni,
Jonathan Kweku Akuoku,
Marjorie Volege and
Sicily Matu Author-Name Meera Shekar
No 113242, Health, Nutrition and Population (HNP) Knowledge Briefs from The World Bank
This knowledge brief presents the costs of scaling up key effective nutrition interventions in Kenya and compares different scale-up scenarios to determine which one produces the best results for the lowest cost. The goal of the analysis is to inform program planning by identifying the most cost-effective packages of interventions and by leveraging additional resources from domestic budgets and development partners.
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