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Community Leader in Rural Nepal Sharing Knowledge to Improve Livelihoods
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Sustaining multi-sectoral nutrition programs and services depends on nutrition financing. How much does it cost?

Global experts from the University of Washington, Results for Development, and Breakthrough RESEARCH shared new insights and resources to fill information gaps on costs, cost-effectiveness, and cost-benefits of health and food systems strategies to combat malnutrition. Presenters opened discussions on how the experiences and resources can be used to advocate and scale up cost-effective nutrition programs and services including social and behavior change approaches.

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  • Rebekah Pinto (moderator), Deputy Chief, Nutrition and Environmental Health Division, USAID
  • Carol Levin, Project Director, Strengthening Economic Evaluation for Multisectoral Strategies for Nutrition
  • Nicole Bellows, Senior Associate, Avenir Health