• Request support for nutrition coordination, information management and nutrition in emergencies

  • التماس الدعم لتنسيق التغذية وإدارة المعلومات والتغذية في حالات الطوارئ

  • Buscar apoyo para la coordinación de la nutrición, la gestión de la información y la nutrición en situaciones de emergencia

  • Demander un appui pour la coordination de la nutrition, la gestion de l'information et la nutrition dans les situations d'urgence

  • Solicite apoio para coordenação em nutrição, gestão de informação e nutrição em emergências

Technical Assistance for Nutrition in Emergencies

The Global Nutrition Cluster Technical Alliance supports countries, agencies, and nutrition practitioners in humanitarian situations with technical assistance to meet the nutrition rights and needs of people affected by emergencies.

Who we are

and what we do

The GNC Technical Alliance (the Alliance) is a common global mechanism endorsed by over 40 Global Nutrition Cluster partners to provide systematic, predictable, timely, and coordinated nutrition technical assistance in order to meet the nutrition rights and needs of people affected by emergencies. The GNC Technical Alliance is led by UNICEF as the Cluster Lead Agency, together with co-lead, World Vision International.

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events Jul 20

WHO Guideline on the prevention and management of wasting and nutritional oedema..

WHO Guideline on the Prevention and Management of Wasting and Nutritional Oedema (Acute Malnutrition) Management Section Thursday, 20 July 2023, 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (EST) The Global Action Plan on Child Wasting called upon the ...

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Some of our Current work

Nutrition Information Systems (NIS)
Latin America and Caribbean
Social Behavior Change (SBC)

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Latest technical questions

CVA ToR examples

Request received for CVA Consultancy ToR examples. Request forwarded to Dana and Yara for attention.

Nutrition Cluster Coordination support

A request was shared for a possible NCC through the RRT mechanism in light of current NCC national staffing gap and OIC (Kirathi) on leave. Discussion took place on possible request both within GNC CT and with country team.
Request was not met due to the type of request, competing requests and available alternative arrangements in country.

Potential Support Needs for super cyclone

Communication took place to discuss current situation nd support needs in relation to the super cyclone. Communiation included EAPRO. No GNC support needs were identified, however GNC followed-up on a few areas of concern highlighted by OCHA. In summary, while other sectors/global clusters provided support to their specific counterparts in the Philippines, no support was required from the GNC or UNICEF at a country level. The government were able to meet the needs identified.

Support with CCPM Process

Support was requested for the CCPM process in Colombia, specifically for the nutrition sub-group under FSN Cluster.

Discussion on the planning of the proposed Partners Call

A call took place to discuss the proposed Partners Call on the current situation in Mozambique and to raise the situation to the global humanitarian agenda for advocacy purposes.
New Staff orientation provided on coordination and the GNC Technical Alliance in general. Tools and guidance shared.

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The Alliance provides support

The designations employed and the presentation of the material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Global Nutrition Cluster Technical Alliance concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Every effort is made to ensure this map is free of errors but there is no warrant the map or its features are either spatially or temporally accurate or t for a particular use. This map is provided without any warranty of any kind whatsoever, either express or implied.

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