Harnessing private sector expertise to improve complementary feeding within a regulatory framework: Where is the evidence?

@article{Liere2017HarnessingPS,
  title={Harnessing private sector expertise to improve complementary feeding within a regulatory framework: Where is the evidence?},
  author={M. V. van Liere and Dessie Tarlton and Ravi Menon and M. Yellamanda and I. Reerink},
  journal={Maternal & child nutrition},
  year={2017},
  volume={13 Suppl 2}
}
Global recognition that the complex and multicausal problems of malnutrition require all players to collaborate and to invest towards the same objective has led to increased private sector engagement as exemplified through the Scaling Up Nutrition Business Network and mechanisms for blended financing and matched funding, such as the Global Nutrition for Growth Compact. The careful steps made over the past 5 to 10 years have however not taken away or reduced the hesitation and scepticism of the… Expand
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