Strengthening Economic Evaluation of Multisectoral approaches for Nutrition (SEEMS-Nutrition)
byCarol Levin
Academy Week Learning Lab
| Economics
Date and Time
From: 25 June 2020, 00:00
To: 25 June 2020, 00:00
BST British Summer Time GMT+1:00
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ANH2020 Learning Lab: Strengthening Economic Evaluation of Multisectoral approaches for Nutrition


  • Carol Levin, University of Washington 

  • Chloe Puett, PhD, Stony Brook University 

  • Christopher Kemp, PhD University of Washington 

Description and Learning Objectives

This learning lab builds on AHN Academy technical brief on Economic Evaluation of Multisectoral Actions for Health and Nutrition. Participants will become familiar with how to apply a new framework for assessing the costs and benefits of agriculture, health and nutrition interventions/programs and learn about the types of economic evidence generated from such analyses. The specific learning objectives will be to: (1) Learn about the ANH Academy framework for economic evaluation of multisectoral actions and its subsequent application as part of the SEEMS-Nutrition Project; (2) Become familiar with a set of planning tools and cost data collection tools for conducting their own cost study; (3) Understand how to integrate cost data collection in on-going impact evaluations; (4) Learn how these combined data can yield cost-efficiency information, cost-effectiveness and benefit cost analysis 

Preparatory materials to be reviewed in advance of live session:

Program in Public Health, Department of Family, Population, and Preventive Medicine, Stony Brook University
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