WEBINAR #2: Prioritising nutrition in Myanmar as part of the humanitarian response

Emily Mates, Technical Director of the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) gave an address on key nutrition concepts and the implications of malnutrition on human capital in this HARP-F webinar held on 14th July, 2021. Speakers from Kachin Light (WPN), the Myanmar Health Assistant Association, Save the Children and Action contre la Faim shared how they adapted their nutrition programming in Myanmar in the COVID-19 and post-coup context, and made recommendations to put nutrition at the top of the humanitarian response. A Global Nutrition Cluster speaker called nutrition partners to act for better data, more external support, and increased emergency response preparedness.

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In a recent report, the Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme Facility (HARP-F) reviewed how the coup dramatically changed the operating environment and makes recommendations to prioritise nutrition activities and meet fast growing needs. Download the report. Read more about HARP-F work on nutrition.

This is the second webinar in a series on ‘Rethinking humanitarian aid in protracted crises’ hosted by the Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme Facility (HARP-F). The series invites local and national actors to share their expertise in delivering humanitarian programmes in Myanmar’s complex crisis, and encourages discussions on aid modalities and lessons learned in other protracted crisis contexts.

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