Nutritional Interventions in Open Situations – Evaluating the experiences in West-Darfur, North Sudan
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) conducted a workshop to evaluate lessons learned from its 2001 nutritional intervention in West Darfur, Sudan. This workshop report discussed the timeline of events in North and South Darfur presented by Leslie Lefkow and Saskia v.d. Kam during the workshop. Information from both presenters is integrated in one summary of events, for clarity and consistency. The emphasis is laid on assessments, monitoring information and interventions performed by the three organisations involved in Darfur State during 2001. On the basis of the minutes of the reporters, Saskia van der Kam and Gunilla Kuperus, the group discussions are summarized. Workshop participants Renate Bok and Aranka Anema made valuable additions and suggestions. Also included are the worthy comments of Dorien Vos, Pete Buth and Leslie Lefkow to the first draft.
This workshop report was originally published by the Humanitarian Practice Network at the Overseas Development Institute.
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