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2015 Integrated Nutrition Conference in Nairobi

CRS and members of the NGO, research, and donor community will meet in Nairobi for a two day conference focusing on integrated solutions relevant to East Africa. The conference will explore integrated strategies for improving nutrition during the first 1,000 days of a child’s life.

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Using fortified blended foods in nutrition programming

Mekya Ganemo with a spoonful of porridge that contains fortified corn–soy blend. Join us for a session on using fortified blended foods in nutrition programming. Catholic Relief Services and Tufts University will present the results and implications from a recent study. The session will include a participatory discussion of the study’s implications for Title II programming.

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Peacebuilding, Governance and Gender Assessments: A Basic Guide for Busy Practitioners


This guide is designed for CRS and partner agency staff as they develop proposals that integrate peacebuilding, governance and gender into programs in various sectors. Each assessment tool includes a list of general questions and key terms to be considered as conflict, governance and gender dynamics are analyzed within the context of development and humanitarian programs around the world.

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