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Particular emphases are placed on the scale up of researched interventions, early warning systems, underlying causes of undernutrition, indirect interventions (particularly social protection), and networks promoting nutrition, politically and institutionally.
For Transform Nutrition, Save the Children plays a watchdog role to ensure that ‘fragility’, one of our cross-cutting themes, is featured across the three research pillars. Save the Children has strong communications capacity and in-country presence. Capitalising on these strengths, Save the Children plays an important role in research communications and leads research uptake in three of the four focus countries.