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Event: Are supplementary feeding programmes effective in emergencies?
Submitted by jcravens42 on December 28, 2008 - 8:17pm.
Are supplementary feeding programmes effective in emergencies?
Emergency Supplementary Feeding Programmes (SFPs) have been part of the standard toolkit used to respond to crises for decades. These programmes are normally carried out alongside general food distribution to tackle moderate malnutrition in emergencies. While individual agencies monitor and evaluate the performance of their SFPs, their findings are rarely published. There have also been no large-scale studies of the effectiveness of these programmes in emergencies, despite frequent claims of poor performance.
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Tags: Food & Nutrition