Assessment of nutrition supply chain studies to inform nutrition supply chain strategies

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Early 2015, UNICEF commissioned a study on supply chain management (SCM) for nutrition products. Its main objective was to consolidate key findings from nine recent UNICEF-commissioned country studies in Africa to inform broader policy and strategic guidance to UNICEF, partners and governments related to supply chain integration in national systems. Interviews with (inter)national stakeholders, literature review and e-surveys were conducted to supplement the findings from the UNICEF country studies. Based on the analysis, the study provides solid references, guidance and recommendations for UNICEF Country Offices and partners who are planning to engage in this important field of work.

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