Promoting an Integrated Famine Prevention package: Rome, 26 April 2017

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A joint meeting of the Global Food Security and Nutrition Clusters “Promoting an Integrated Famine Prevention Package: Breaking the Bottlenecks” started at the WFP HQ in Rome. The meeting was called for by the Executive Directors of three Cluster-Lead Agencies (CLAs) – FAO, WFP and UNICEF  and brought together more than 25 operational partners working in Northeastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, including NGOs and UN agencies.

The meeting aims to:

I. To review current collective nutrition and food security responses and identify gaps;
II. Agree on an appropriate integrated famine prevention response package; and
III. Complete plans for scaling up responses across the four respective countries through the Food Security, Nutrition, and WASH clusters respectively.

For presentations and additional documents please see below:

1.  Agenda gFSC GNC Meeting (105 downloads)

2.  List of Participants (85 downloads)

3.  Food Security Situation Overview (91 downloads)

4.  Nutrition Situation Overview (85 downloads)

5.  Nigeria Presentation: Food Security and Nutrition Clusters (92 downloads)

6.  Somalia Presentation: Food Security and Nutrition Clusters (98 downloads)

7.  South Sudan Presentation: Food Security and Nutrition Clusters (88 downloads)

8.  Yemen Presentation: Food Security and Nutrition Clusters (92 downloads)

The final report of the meeting is available  here (32 downloads)

The Call for Action on Integrated Famine Response is available  here (37 downloads)

Briefing Kit