― This website is intended to serve as a repository of relevant resources for Nutrition Cluster Coordinators and partners working at country and global levels
Coordination toolkit is a repository of resources on cluster coordination under the Humanitarian Programme Cycle sections
IM toolkit is a repository of resources on cluster information management under the Humanitarian Programme Cycle sections
Capacity Strengthening page provides information on available training materials in cluster coordination and information management, as well is in Nutrition in Emergencies
In this June 2020 published scientific brief, WHO recommends that mothers with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 should be encouraged to initiate or continue to breastfeed. Mothers should be counselled that the benefits of breastfeeding substantially outweigh the potential risks for transmission.…
This document is intended for the nutrition programme at the national and subnational levels. The document suggests basic considerations on how infant and young child feeding recommendations might have to be adapted in the context of COVID-19 in different settings.
This brief provides recommendations to support the nutritional needs of women in the context of partial or full population mobility restrictions, to be implemented in line with national guidelines.
To support implementers to prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, a series of evidence-based guidance briefs are produced and updated as new information and evidence emerges. The first brief on nutrition information, surveillance and monitoring in the context of COVID-19 was released in…
Includes a consolidation of available recommendations related to IYCF in the context of Covid-19. It is to be adapted by countries or nutrition clusters and to be issued at the national level. It was developed by the IFE Core Group.
The purpose of this note is to give guidance to Nutrition Sector/Cluster coordination mechanisms at national level, on adaptation of the core cluster coordination functions and working modalities, due to COVID-19’s.
The GNC Annual Year report provides information on the work of nutrition clusters and sector working groups at national at sub-national levels from Jan to Dec 2019.
The 2017-2021 GNC strategy outlines strategic priority of the GNC at global level.