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Accountability for International Nutrition Commitment Initiatives

Published on 1 January 2014

This paper draws on secondary data to map out a proliferating set of international nutrition commitment initiatives, and assesses how these employ accountability mechanisms to support the delivery of financial and other commitments.

The paper finds an expanding patchwork of international nutrition commitment initiatives having idiosyncratic and often underdeveloped accountability arrangements lacking clarity on who holds whom to account for what, by when, how and in accordance to what rules and norms. In general, aspects of answerability are better developed than aspects of enforcement.

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Dolf J.H. te Lintelo

Research Fellow and Cities Cluster Co-Leader

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published by
IDS
authors
te Lintelo, Dolf
language
English

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