Using Evidence to Holistically Tackle Malnutrition Among the Most Vulnerable
USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP) and implementing partners use rigorous evaluations and assessments to learn from complex multi-sectoral development activities that ultimately work to improve and sustain the food and nutrition security of vulnerable populations. FFP activities are complex and holistically address causes of childhood stunting across sectors as diverse as agriculture, nutrition, livelihoods, maternal health, child health, environment, and social inequality. This interactive panel focuses on evidence-based lessons learned at FFP in the sectors of agriculture, gender, livelihoods, health, nutrition, and WASH. This panel of specialists from FFP discusses the multiple ways FFP programs tackle complex global health and nutrition problems.