Researching the Delivery of Health and Nutrition Interventions for Women and Children in the Context of Armed Conflict: Lessons on research challenges and strategies from BRANCH Consortium case studies of Somalia, Mali, Pakistan and Afghanistan

The BRANCH Consortium conducted a case study looking into the supply of health and nutrition interventions for women and children in countries affected by conflict. The purpose of the study was to better understand the dominant influences on humanitarian health actors’ programmatic decision-making and in what way these actors overcome intervention delivery barriers. This paper discusses research challenges and extenuating strategies in four of the BRANCH case study context: Afghanistan, Mali, Pakistan and Somalia.

Published 2020-10-29

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