NiE (and cross-cutting issues)

This is a brief selection of nutrition in emergencies related documents. Additional NiE technical resources and publications can be found through GNC partner websites:

ENN
WFP
CMAM forum
FANTA
Cash Learning Partnership
Micronutrient Initiative
Save the Children
Action Contra La Faim
UNICEF
WHO

For any resources that are not available here but that you feel should be, please send feedback to: gnc@unicef.org.

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July 9, 2014
Bringing together all existing WHO Global Nutrition Databases dynamically, as well as other existing food and nutrition-related data from partner agencies, NLIS is a web-based tool which provides nutrition and nutrition-related health and development data in the form of automated country profiles and user-defined downloadable data. Data presented in the country profiles are structured by …
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July 9, 2014
The Global database on the Implementation of Nutrition Action (GINA) is providing valuable information on the implementation of numerous nutrition policies and interventions. The use of GINA is growing steadily since its launch in November 2012. To visit GINA click on the link above. GINA contains information collected from a variety of sources and invites …
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July 9, 2014
The WHO e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions (eLENA) is an online library of evidence-informed guidance for nutrition interventions. It is a single point of reference for the latest nutrition guidelines, recommendations and related information including supporting materials such as scientific evidence, background materials and commentaries from invited experts. eLENA aims to help countries successfully …
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July 9, 2014
This article examines food security, nutrition, and women’s agricultural livelihoods in Western Province, Zambia. It draws on data from field research supported by Concern Worldwide UK. The research aimed to explore links between food procurement, livelihoods and care at the household level, and recognises the role of institutions and access to assets in shaping livelihood …
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July 9, 2014
Programme coverage is one of the most useful and reliable indicators for measuring the performance of CMAM programmes. There are many indicators (e.g. cure rates, average length of stay, average weight gain) to measure effectiveness, but only coverage provides a reliable measure of impact by measuring the proportion of needs met by an intervention. The …
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July 9, 2014
This chapter is divided into four sets of minimum standards:  Food security and nutrition assessment  Infant and young child feeding  Management of acute malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies  Food security The Protection Principles and Core Standards must be used consistently with this chapter. Although primarily intended to inform humanitarian response to a disaster, the minimum standards …
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