The GNC is managing COVID-19 webpage with global, regional, and country-level resources for COVID-19 to assist Nutrition in Emergencies (NiE) practitioners and coordination teams with integration of COVID-19 preparedness and response into humanitarian nutrition response. In addition to the documents that were developed by the GNC and Global Technical Assistance Mechanism for Nutrition (GTAM), it also includes other resources developed at global, regional and country levels that were neither developed nor endorsed by the GNC. Given the rapidly evolving situation, the webpage is continuously updated, please visit this page for daily updates and share information that is missing, directly to Faith Nzioka (email@example.com)
Joint UNICEF and GNC statement, calling for the inclusion of children affected by wasting, in the list of highly-vulnerable groups, as they may be at higher risk of COVID-19 related pneumonia.
The purpose of this note is to give guidance to Nutrition Sector/Cluster coordination mechanisms at national level, on adaptation of the core cluster coordination functions and working modalities, due to COVID-19’s.
This first Brief is meant to provide broad recommendations specific to nutrition information management, surveillance and monitoring in the context of COVID-19.
Africa COVID-19 Community Vulnerability Index informs COVID-19 planning and response, especially among Africa’s most vulnerable regions—those that will struggle to weather a COVID-19 outbreak and its health, economic and social impacts without support...Read this news
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