Cost Effectiveness Tools


The Cost-Effectiveness Work Stream’s main objective is to maximize available funds when allocating scarce resources for international nutrition programming.  The Food Assistance Cost-Effectiveness Tool for Specialized Nutritious Foods (FACET4SNF) to Support Programming Decisions was developed with the goal to support evidence-informed cost-effective decision-making.  

Justin Hackett

Justin holds a Masters in Global Health with concentrations in Epidemiology and Humanitarian Health from Northwestern University and a Global Nutrition Programming Certificate from Tufts University. He is a former Boren Fellow where he conducted research on the role of cash transfer programs as a method to combat child malnutrition in Syrian refugee camps in Jordan. Justin has spent significant time in the Middle East and East Africa working on humanitarian health issues for a wide variety of institutions. He will be entering the fall cohort in the Food and Nutrition Policy Program.