Philippines case study

January 27, 2016

This case study is one of six case studies produced through a year-long collaboration in 2015 between ENN and the Global Nutrition Cluster (GNC) to capture and disseminate knowledge about the Nutrition Cluster experiences of responding to Level 2 and Level 3 emergencies. They each provide very rich insights into the achievements of the cluster approach and the challenges of working in complex environments.

This case study highlights the fact that treatment of acute malnutrition is not always the most  appropriate response to natural disasters and underlines the value of a broad situational analysis as a base for designing a nutrition response. It also identifies the importance of building capacity of systems as part of the response to support a well-defined transition process.

 

 

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