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Impact Evaluation of the Malteser International Food Security Programmes in South Sudan

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2019 - 2020

Food insecurity and malnutrition are increasingly being concentrated in conflict-affected regions and humanitarian emergencies.

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Catholic University of South Sudan (CUoSS)
Sudan
Sudan
Malteser International (MI)
Colgne
Germany

In South Sudan, 7 million people depend on support, including 4.2 million children. Overall, 6.1 million individuals are classified as nutritionally unsafe while the number of individuals who are acutely food-insecure has risen by 13% since 2018. Malteser International (MI) is currently implementing two large, long-term resilience- and nutrition-sensitive programmes in South Sudan including support for home gardens. The overarching objective of the research study is to assess rigorously the short- impacts of both MI’s food security programmes in South Sudan on nutritional security, women empowerment, and other socio-economic outcomes.

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