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    Almost Random: evaluating a large-scale randomized nutrition program in the presence of crossover

    Large-scale randomized interventions have the potential to uncover the causal effect of programs applying to a large population, thereby improving on the insights gained from currently dominant smaller randomized studies. However, the external validity gained through larger interventions typically implie...

    Zero child hunger: breaking the cycle of malnutrition

    Is there enough evidence to show that increased household income and a better diet can improve children?s nutritional status? Drawing from a recent systematic review (Masset et.al.2011) of agricultural interventions aimed at improving the nutritional status of children, the key findings are: 1-Nutrition-...