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Tamsin Walters

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3 Mar 2011, 18:09

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From Jeff Matenda on Thursday 3 March at 4:57 PM

Your help

We are thinking of conducting a study looking at the impact of our food security interventions (cash transfer, small scale agriculture ) on under five nutrition status. Because of the various livelihoods zones in the regions where we operate we wanted to do a one year prospective case control study (aware of the limitations) following children whose families is benefiting from our services. I wanted to know if there is anybody out there who has done such type of studies or those who can help up in defining the study protocol, and advising us in such way that we can manage to analyze all the possible constraints before engaging ourselves into this type of research

Thank your directions

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