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Our knowledge of what activities donors are engaging in and which interventions have been shown to be successful in increasing food and nutrition security (FNS) needs to be improved. A review of available evidence demonstrates that the question whether interventions improve recipients’ food and nutrient intake, remains largely unanswered. In the context of increasing levels of funding for aid for FNS and uncertainty with regards to the impact of interventions, the need for improved coordination between donors is high. Despite great political commitment, progress in terms of reducing EU aid for FNS proliferation by concentrating in selected recipient countries and/or by specialising in selected aid sectors has been limited.

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