Activities to promote mother and child well-being Mozambique/Care 2001/Mark Langworthy download

Activities to promote mother and child well-being

CARE adopted the Household Livelihood Security (HLS) framework in 1994.

HLS is an integrated framework that promotes participatory problem analysis and program design, geographically focused programming strategies, coherent and often cross-sector monitoring and evaluation systems, and, importantly, reflective practice and continued learning.

  • Published: July 2002
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