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.
An update to the normative guidance on the prevention and management of wasting and/or nutritional oedema, also known as acute malnutrition.
The GNC and Technical Alliance Annual Report is an in-depth report in two parts - global-level and *country-level (*coming soon) – and outlines the progress made in 2022 toward improving NiE coordination and programming.
Life has changed so much in the last years for communities, women, and children in Ethiopia In Dubluk village located in the southern part of the country, an area dramatically affected by drought, a member of the community named Guyyatu (not her real name),...Read this news
This presentation focused on maternal nutrition in Somalia, myths misconceptions, breastfeeding, counseling during pregnancy, lactation, and recommendations for a positive pregnancy.
This first presentation focused on the causes of malnutrition in Somalia, causes of micronutrient malnutrition, adolescent nutrition, and women's nutrition status.
The toolkit is a compilation of MIYCAN tools and their purpose as well as additional resources for more information as references per chapter for further reading. The target audience is the Ministry of Health and Social Services, MIYCAN TWGs, partners, and other nutrition cluster partners.
Promoting optimal nutrition for pregnant, lactating women, infants, young children and adolescents is vital to prevent and reduce malnutrition in Somalia. The Federal Ministry of Health and Human Services (FMOH) developed the first Maternal, Infant, Young Child and Adolescent Nutrition (MIYCAN
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- December 2022
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