Early Warning and Preparedness in the SahelReflections on the challenges and lessons learned from the early warning system implemented in the Sahel, from the 2018 Learning Review
Health & Nutrition WorkshopThe Health & Nutrition Workshop Portal will keep you up to date with everything related to the International Health & Nutrition Workshop taking place in Senegal from 23-27 September 2019. Read, watch and listen to find out what’s going on, and comment below to join the conversation!
Section: Further Resources
READ: Adolescent health (CoC)On Day 3 of the International Health and Nutrition Workshop we’re zooming in on adolescent health as part of the Continuum of Care.
READ: ICCM+This blog will introduce the iCCM strategy, as well as the new iCCM+ initiative: the aim to integrate SAM treatment into the iCCM approach.
READ: Introduction to the Continuum of Care (CoC)We kick of Day 2 introducing the theme of this year’s Health and Nutrition workshop: ‘Continuum of Care: life cycle approaches to health and reflections on the links between each stage’. But what is the Continuum of Care? Today’s blog will introduce this integrated approach to healthcare, and explain why it is so important.
READ: MAMI (by ENN and GOAL)During this year’s Health & Nutrition Workshop two organsiations, Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) and GOAL, presented their work on MAMI: Management of At-Risk Mothers & Infants under six months. This blog will summarise these insightful presentations on MAMI.
READ: Women’s Health and Child Health (CoC)The theme of this year’s Health & Nutrition Workshop was the Continuum of Care. Earlier we have given an introduction to the Continuum of Care (CoC) and addressed adolescent health in particular as part of this theme. As the final in-depth discussion of the Continuum of Care on this portal, this blog will focus on child health and women’s health.
Sahel: A new approach to guarantee strong and resilient health systemsA summary of findings from a study Assessing Health Systems’ Resilience to Health and Nutritional Emergencies in the Sahel Region, with Case Studies in Mali and Niger.
Type: Report Research Paper
Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) Photo Diagnosis App® ProjectAn innovative image-based diagnosis model for acute and chronic malnutrition.
Type: Research Paper
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