Request support on coordination, information management, integration for nutrition outcomes or technical nutrition in emergencies assistance.

Request Support

GNC Webinar on 2021 HNO process- Webinar

Additional guidance that may support you, and your respective partners, with the development of your HRPs. Guidance includes: NC-specific HRP and Nutrition Quality Assurance Checklist Cross-cutting issues Tip Sheet Cross-cutting A compendium of cross-cutting tools for the HPC A quality…

Nutrition Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) process

Agenda for the webinar includes : Briefing on the 2021 HPC process – OCHA Geneva Nutrition Humanitarian Needs Overview process -GNC-CT Mainstreaming cross-cutting issues in needs analysis – UNICEF  EMOPS GBV ,disability and inclusion advisors GNC-CT support to countries on HNO exercise -GNC-CT…

2020 Mid-year report (Jan-Jun)

The 2020 GNC Mid-year report covers the period from January to June, inclusive. It consists of two parts:  The global-level work, arranged under the pillars of the GNC Strategy and Work Plan, and The country-level summaries (with more information, including country-specific challenges and…

Guidance on financial and in-kind contributions from the food and beverage industry in emergency context

The brief outlines some key considerations when working on nutrition in humanitarian contexts around accepting financial contributions or contributions in-kind from the food and beverage sector. Agencies who have not yet, but would like to endorse this guidance should contact the GTAM Coordination…

2021 HPC package

The HPC package comprises: A Step-by-Step guide to develop the HNO and HRP. The HNO and HRP templates. Complementary guidance on the Joint Intersectoral Analysis Framework (JIAF) for the HNO. Complementary guidance on Response Analysis, Objectives and Targeting for the HRP.

Evidence and Guidance Note on the Use of Cash and Voucher Assistance for Nutrition Outcomes in Emergencies

The main purpose of this document is to provide the nutrition sector with evidence and guidance to more routinely consider and, if appropriate, use cash and voucher modalities in nutrition in emergencies response in order to better address the nutritional needs of vulnerable populations. It…

Deployable & Remote Services and Mechanisms during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has limited OCHA’s ability to deploy its usual global, centrally managed tools and services in support of field operations in the case of a sudden-onset disaster or deterioration in current humanitarian operations. Whilst OCHA currently maintains some deployment capacity…

Filter results

Key word(selected 0)

Subscribe

to receive GNC newsletters