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Who we are

and what we do

The Global Nutrition Cluster is a holistic support platform for nutrition actors at all levels globally to meet their needs for 1) coordination and information management and 2) technical support in humanitarian emergencies. Strong coordination and technical support are critical in reducing duplication of efforts and preventing gaps from forming in humanitarian responses, as well as mitigating any conflict between actors so that → the right support can be delivered at the right time to the right people to save the maximum number of lives in emergencies. The GNC fills these two critical needs for nutrition actors. Watch the video to learn more about the technical support we provide.

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events May 22


Support the emergency nutrition response in the Rohingya camps in Cox Bazaar with the objective of replacing the manual and conventional nutrition information filling system with a digital system for recording, information processing and reporting​

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Applying deadline: 31.05.2024

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IMAM Costing in Northeastern Nigeria Final Report

IMAM Costing in Northeastern Nigeria Final Report

This Final Report will give a summary of the assignment that was conducted to establish the average programme unit cost for delivering IMAM services in Northeast Nigeria’s BAY states. This work was expected to provide empirical data to support the 2024 HRP cost estimates and budgeting purposes. An

HNPW Presentation on Promoting LNAs Leadership in Clusters and AoRs 01 May 2024

Effective co-coordination within humanitarian coordination is key in fulfilling the localisation agenda, and in contributing to ensuring that aid is efficient, effective, and accountable for affected communities – in line with the Grand Bargain commitments. Under the Inter-Agency Standing Committe

Where we provide support

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Nutrition Response

January 2023- December 2023

People in Need of Nutrition in Emergencies Assistance
People Target for Nutrition in Emergencies Assistance
People Reached for Nutrition in Emergencies Assistance
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On 11 September 2021, system-wide scale-up (L3) was activated following the withdrawal of US armed forces – 5.3 million people are in need of nutrition assistance (Jan-June 2021).


In response to the deteriorating humanitarian situation in northern Ethiopia, where 7.1 million people are in need of nutrition assistance (Jan-June 2021), a system-wide emergency (L3) was activated on 26 April 2021.


Due to the scale and complexity of the emergency following the earthquake in August 2021, a Level 2 Emergency was declared, triggering additional support.




Discover guidance, tools and templates for nutrition in emergencies coordination and response.


Request support in the field of nutrition in emergencies (NiE).


IM / Coordination

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Capacity Strengthening

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