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Improving food security in humanitarian emergencies: An evidence gap map
This study presents an evidence gap map (EGM) of impact evaluations and systematic reviews on the effects of interventions in humanitarian settings on food security outcomes. After screening 45,683 studies, this working paper showcases important gaps in this growing body of literature. The findings from this EGM provide a basis for policymakers to consult rigorous evidence in the formulation of programming. Researchers are able to use the findings to understand where gaps in evidence currently exist with the opportunity to ensure future work contributes to filling these gaps and avoids duplication.