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.
The Global Food Security, Health, Nutrition and WASH Clusters have joined forces to advocate for urgent and coordinated action to avert wide-scale catastrophe, and to share this joint statement widely among networks to encourage an intersectoral response.
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.
With the end of summer and the beginning of autumn (in the Northern Hemisphere) upon us, we are fully recharged and have a lot to share with you in this month's newsletter. Have a look inside this issue to see what we and our partners have been up to. To vi...Read this news
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The cluster approach was adopted in 2005, following an independent Humanitarian Response Review, to address gaps and to increase the effectiveness of humanitarian response by building partnerships. It ensures that international responses to humanitarian emergencies are predictable and accountable
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January 2021 - December 2021
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To avoid a future of #crisis after crisis, we urge 🚨 you to: 1️⃣ Save lives now: step up to deliver at least $33 bln to meet humanitarian needs, including food 🍲 & lifesaving #nutrition interventions & services for women and children. ➡️ #HungryForAction
45 million children around the world 🌎suffer from acute malnutrition. That is completely unacceptable. Ireland 🇮🇪 today pledged €50m in response to the worsening child malnutrition crisis at an event convened by @UNICEF, @USAID and @CIFFchild at #UNGA2022
Hearing from @unicefsomalia team on the reality on the ground in the #globalfoodcrisis @SamanthaJPower dialogue’s on what is happening and how investment is making an impact #HungryForAction 🍽
📢 The report you have all been waiting for is here! We & @gnc_alliance are pleased to share our 2022 Mid-year report. Peak inside for our most notable highlights & achievements from the first half of 2022 + our future lens & what we aim to achieve next!
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@WHO & @UNICEF are seeking experts to serve as members of their Technical Advisory Group on Wasting. The area of #nutrition continues to rapidly evolve and more guidance is a must. Click the link 👇 to read more. Apply by 23rd Sept