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Achieving Food and Nutrition Security Lessons Learned From the Integrated Food Security Programme (IFSP), Mulanje, Malawi

By Patrick Webb | June 2011

Calls have been made recently for new approaches to the design and implementation of interventions aimed at achieving household food security; approaches that address more than just food availability by…

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Community Case Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition in Southern Bangladesh

Bangladesh has the fourth-highest number of children – around 600,000 at any one time – suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM) in the world. Currently, ongoing national programs (such as…

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Winning Hearts and Minds?: Examining the Relationship between Aid and Security in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province

By Stuart Gordon | April 2011

Afghanistan has been a testing ground for a key aspect of counterinsurgency doctrine, namely that humanitarian and development projects can help to bring or maintain security in strategically important environments,…

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Shifting Sands: The Commercialization of Camels in Mid-altitude Ethiopia and Beyond

By Yacob Aklilu, Andy Catley | April 2011

Although pastoralists in Ethiopia are often characterized as unresponsive to market opportunities, the bulk of Ethiopia’s growing formal and informal livestock and meat exports are supplied from pastoralist areas of…

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Conflict in the Somali Region of Ethiopia Can Education Promote Peace-Building?

By Simon Richards, Gezu Bekele | March 2011

How can improved primary education contribute to peace and security in the troubled Somali Region of Ethiopia? The BRIDGES project is implemented by Save the Children UK, Mercy Corps and…

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