Briefing paper 5: The actions, pathways and mechanisms in Chile through which broadening community and stakeholder participation can be made most effective in reducing child malnutrition in a sustainable way.

Abstract

This paper presents a preliminary discussion on the actions, pathways and mechanisms in Chile through which broadening community and stakeholder participation can be made most effective in reducing child malnutrition in a sustainable way. More than a briefing paper it responds to the necessity of sharing reflections with the NICK team and achieving more understanding, precision and transparency in relation to issues that have come up in the first year of the NICK Project in the formation of the Chilean Intersectoral Learning Community (ILC).

Citation

Charnes, G. Briefing paper 5: The actions, pathways and mechanisms in Chile through which broadening community and stakeholder participation can be made most effective in reducing child malnutrition in a sustainable way. (2012) 23 pp.

Briefing paper 5: The actions, pathways and mechanisms in Chile through which broadening community and stakeholder participation can be made most effective in reducing child malnutrition in a sustainable way.

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