Our added value: The GNC Mission
The GNC exists to collectively strengthen the technical and coordination capacities for nutrition in countries, based on the needs of affected populations. This is to enable countries to forecast nutrition trends and prepare for, respond to, and recover from, shocks during humanitarian emergencies, thereby contributing to global efforts to prevent and treat malnutrition in all its forms.
Scroll down to read more about our commitment to supporting national and subnational coordination platforms and partners, with an increased focus on localisation, including direct support to local NGOs.
The GNC’s Strategy sets out its vision for the future, with new strategic objectives (People; Operational & Technical Support; Enabling Environment) and ways of working.
Guiding principles for scaling-up wasting programming using USAID supplemental funds during the 2022–2023 global food and nutrition crisis.
The GNC and Technical Alliance Mid-year Report is in two parts - a global-level and *country-level overview (*coming soon) of the progress toward improving NiE coordination and programming during the first half of 2022.
Sessions during this side event: Evidence on the Effectiveness of Nutrition Interventions in Humanitarian Settings & Research Gaps (JHU, Elrha – Shannon Doocy) A light touch mapping of the current research gaps and priorities in nutrition in emergencies (GNC Technical Alliance
Sessions during this side event: Cash and voucher assistance for nutrition: challenges and emerging practices (CVA GTWG-Kate Golden)
Sessions during this side event: Emergency Response Preparedness (ERP) (Cecile Basquin) Risk Monitoring Framework in Yemen (ACF Canada-Hassan Ali Ahmed)
The designations employed and the presentation of the material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Global Nutrition Cluster concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Every effort is made to ensure this map is free of errors but there is no warrant the map or its features are either spatially or temporally accurate or t for a particular use. This map is provided without any warranty of any kind whatsoever, either express or implied.
January 2022 - June 2022
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That's a wrap! The GNC Global Meeting & side events have come to a close & what a success it was! Great to see such incredible engagement from over 300 orgs in 60+ countries. BIG thank you to @NutritionForDev for making this possible. #ICYMI click ⬇️
Our 📰 w/ @gnc_alliance is out & what better way to start 2023 than with a 👀back in order to see forward. We are doing that by kicking off 2⃣0⃣2⃣3⃣ w/ the GNC Annual Meeting! Click ⬇️ to read more about the meeting, a #Mozambique call 2⃣ action & more.
📢Join us for our 2022 GNC (virtual) Annual Meeting next week, 24-26 January 2023. We have an exciting lineup of three 1/2 day main meetings followed by 2 days of side events! Click to read more about the event, what to expect & register! #nutrition
We couldn't have said it better @HickmanRach. You can not solve one without looking into the others. #health #nutrition #foodsecurity are all linked and must be addressed together to ensure child & human survival
"Somali children should not be forgotten" Six Somali children have written to world leaders asking them to urgently find a solution to the #ClimateCrisis as #Somalia edges closer to #famine. Ask @RishiSunak to stand with children in Somalia. Share this video. #HungryForAction
#SouthOmo field visit led by H.E Ambassador @shiferawtmm with @ENCUEthiopia @EDRMC_info and @GNCGENEVA .. visiting Selegn health post and IDP site in Dasenech, health extension workers are providing additional efforts for ensuring integrated acute malnutrition treatment