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NUTRITION CLUSTER OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK ON ACCOUNTABILITY TO AFFECTED POPULATION

UN Children's Fund, Nutrition Cluster, Eds.: Oxfam, HelpAge, Save the Children, et al., (2016)



http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/res...


Improving nutrition outcomes with better water, sanitation, &hygiene: Practical solutions for policy and programmes

Renuka Bery, Sophie Boisson, Lizette Burgers et al., Eds.: WHO, USAID, UNICEF, (2015)


This document provides an overview of the evidence of nutrition gains that can be achieved with improved WASH, a description of key WASH practices, and practical knowledge and guidance on how to integrate WASH into nutrition programmes, including important monitoring and evaluation (M&E) aspects. The document concludes by providing a suite of case-studies and lessons learnt in integrating WASH with nutrition efforts
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/193991/1/...


The impact of disasters on agriculture and food security

Food and Agriculture Organization, (2015)


Surge in climate change-related disasters poses growing threat to food security
http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/res...


SAM2020: An agenda for scaling-up the management of Severe Acute Malnutrition by 2020

Action Against Hunger, (2015)


The agenda focuses on six critical changes necessary for more children suffering from SAM to access effective treatment. Building on lessons from the last decade, and the experiences of other successful health initiatives, the agenda addresses issues ranging from the creation of a more enabling environment to stronger mechanisms for tracking progress. It provides a diagnosis of the key challenges in each of these areas to-date and the specific solutions needed to turn things around over the next five years. These solutions require a collective effort at global, regional and national levels. The Agenda lays out Action Against Hunger’s commitments and contributions to these joint efforts
http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/res...


Nutrition Program Design Assistant: A Tool for Program Planners (NPDA)

CORE Group Nutrition Working Group, Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance III Project (FANTA), and Save the Children, (2015)


Reference Guide Version 2. Revised. The Nutrition Program Design Assistant is a tool to help organizations design the nutrition component of their community-based maternal and child health, food security, or other development program. The tool focuses on prevention and also provides guidance on recuperative approaches that are needed when there is a high prevalence of acute malnutrition
http://www.coregroup.org/storage/documents/Resourc...


ANTHROPOMETRY: CHILDREN UNDER 5

FANTA (Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance), (2011)


This pocket reference presents clear information on the anthropometry (body measurements) used to assess the nutritional status of children under 5 years of age. Common definitions, cutoffs, and classifications are detailed in an easy-to-use format. Also available in french and spanish: http://www.fantaproject.org/tools/anthropometry-pocket-reference
http://www.fantaproject.org/sites/default/files/re...


Nutrition Program Design Assistant: A Tool for Program Planners, Version 2

coregroup, (2015)


The Nutrition Program Design Assistant is a tool to help organizations design the nutrition component of their community-based maternal and child health, food security, or other development program. The tool focuses on prevention and also provides guidance on recuperative approaches that are needed when there is a high prevalence of acute malnutrition.
http://www.coregroup.org/resources/490-nutrition-p...


Sierra Leone: Wage rates improve in Sierra Leone, mVAM Bulletin #15 March 2015

World Food Programme, (2015)


Imported and local rice prices increased modestly in March. A recovery in economic activity is leading to an improvement in unskilled wage rates (up 7 percent compared to February). The households who are depending the most on negative coping strategies are in the districts of Kailahun, Kono, Bombali, Tonkolili and Koinadugu. March data continues to show that negative coping strategies are most frequently used by the poorest households, by those living in Ebola-affected rural areas and by households headed by women.
http://reliefweb.int/report/sierra-leone/sierra-le...


Undernutrition: What works?

Manuel Sanchez-Montero and Núria Salse Ubach, Eds.: ACF International Network, (2011)


A review of policy and practice; zero Hunger Phase 1
http://www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk/resource-cen...


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