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.
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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.
Estimad@s colegas coordenadores y gestores de la informacion, El GNC les propone un seminario en espanol sobre el processo HRP 2024. Este seminario tendra lugar el martes 19 de septiembre 2024 a las 4pm hora de Ginebra / 9am hora de Panama. ...See this event
The purpose of the SOP wat: To improve coverage and access to lifesaving treatment services for uncomplicated wasting among children 6-59 months through existing and newly established service centers at the health facility and community-level. To provide a continuum
The Global Cluster Coordination Group (GCCG) developed this index of terms and definitions to clarify cluster- related coordination structures, agency leadership roles and individual functions. The terms and definitions are based on a review of IASC policy and guidance and experience from the use of
Main aim: Strengthen the technical knowledge and capacities on Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies (IYCF-E) of organizations involved in responding to emergencies in Latin America and the Caribbean. Target audience: government institutions, NGOs, UN agencies, a
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January 2022- December 2022
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