Scaling Up Nutrition in Fragile Health and Community Systems

Scaling Up Nutrition in Fragile Health and Community Systems

20 November 2012

As a general rule, health systems are weak where child mortality, morbidity and undernutrition are highest and disasters are endemic. Most ‘high burden’ countries are struggling to deliver maternal, neonatal and child health interventions at facility and community level and are far from delivering at scale.

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Scaling Up Nutrition in Fragile Health and Community Systems

As a general rule, health systems are weak where child mortality, morbidity and undernutrition are highest and disasters are endemic. Most ‘high burden’ countries are struggling to deliver maternal, neonatal and child health interventions at facility and community level and are far from delivering at scale.
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