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R4ACT Report: Impacts of Cash on Nutrition Outcomes

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22 Jun 2018, 16:58

Action Against Hunger, in partnership with the World Food Programme developed the RESEARCH 4 ACTION methodology to build on evidence to inform action. The first R4ACT study, focused on the impacts of cash on nutrition outcomes. This methodology - includes 3 stages: 1)What does evidence say ? 2)What should be done ? 3)How can recommendations be translated into action ? The Executive Summary Report gives an overview of the state of evidence on the impacts of cash on nutrition outcomes. The Full Report provides more details on key findings, recommendations and the R4ACT methodology. Both reports were written by researcher Bridget Fenn, as well as the recommendations derived from the evidence during a one day R4ACT workshop, which joined a panel of select organisations to discuss the subject.

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