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Table 2 Final agreed criteria for prioritisation

From: Research agenda-setting on cash programming for health and nutrition in humanitarian settings

1. Answerability/feasibility: it will be feasible to answer this research question in a humanitarian context.
2. Fills important knowledge gap: this research question will fill an important gap in knowledge that is required for translation to humanitarian policy and practice.
3. Maximum potential for improving health or nutrition outcomes: An answer to this research question will have a potential to improve health or nutrition outcomes or access to and/or utilisation of services, in humanitarian settings.
4. Effect on equity: an answer to this research question will help to improve the conditions of marginalised groups in humanitarian settings.