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An Investment Framework for Nutrition in Kenya

Julia Dayton Eberwein, Jakub Kakietek, Davide de Beni, Grainne Moloney, Audrey Pereira, 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

Abstract: 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.

Pages: 4 pages
Date: 2016-12
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