Review of the CLP’s Approach to Monitoring Food Security

Abstract

The Chars Livelihoods Programme (CLP) works with extreme poor households living on island chars in North West Bangladesh. Improving food security is one of the main desired outcomes of the CLP. The CLP’s support seeks to improve food security on the chars through the provision of an income generating asset (IGA), livelihoods training and inputs (homestead gardening and cattle management), access to clean water and sanitation, etc. This briefing discusses indicators to use to monitor food security.

Citation

Cordier, L. Review of the CLP’s Approach to Monitoring Food Security. (2012) 3 pp.

Review of the CLP’s Approach to Monitoring Food Security

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