Visit GNC Learn to find a large collection of nutrition information management e-learning resources to suit all your learning needs. The modules and short courses featured on the channel are open-access and aim to strengthen the capacity of individuals, groups, and organisations in the management of nutrition information in humanitarian contexts. Learning has been organised around the six functional competencies of the Information Management Competency Framework.
Click on the interactive icon or button below to navigate through the different phases of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle to find associated guidance, tools, templates, resources, and vetted country examples for effective cluster coordination and information management.
The humanitarian programme cycle (HPC) is a coordinated series of actions undertaken to help prepare for, manage and deliver humanitarian response. It consists of five elements coordinated in a seamless manner, with one step logically building on the previous and leading to the next. Successful implementation of the humanitarian programme cycle is dependent on effective emergency preparedness, effective coordination with national/local authorities and humanitarian actors, and information management.
To learn more about the HPC elements please click on the topics in the charter, or read more at OCHA's website relating to Humanitarian Response.
Recommended by the GNC brand book for country clusters that includes suggested country nutrition cluster logo, recommendations for text and table formatting and color palettes and other information.
Aimed at NCCs, IMOs and AWG Chairs, GNC-CT prepared this guidance to outline the steps for conducting a Nutrition Situation Analysis, identifying information for the Humanitarian Needs Overview, which feeds into response plans and updates, whether IASC Cluster system has been activated or not
The Competency Framework for Information Management outlines the competencies required for those working in information management in the Nutrition Clusters at global, regional, national and sub-national levels.