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Changes to Nutrition Cluster governance and partnership to reflect learning and operational realities in Somalia

 

Case Study  Somalia

Title:- Changes to Nutrition Cluster governance and partnership to reflect learning and operational realities in Somalia

 This case study is one of six case studies produced through a year-long collaboration in 2015 between ENN and the Global Nutrition Cluster (GNC) to capture and disseminate knowledge aboutthe Nutrition Cluster experiences of responding to Level 2 and Level 3 emergencies. They each provide very rich insights into the achievements of the cluster approach and the challenges of working in complex environments. The findings and recommendations documented in this case study are those of the authors. They do not necessarily represent the views of UNICEF, its Executive Directors or the countries that the represent and should not be attributed to them.

Authors & Acknowledgments

Samson Desie, Nutrition Specialist – Cluster Coordination, UNICEF Somalia. The ENN team supporting this work comprised Valerie Gatchell (ENN consultant and project lead), with support from Carmel Dolan and Jeremy Shoham (ENN Technical Directors). Josephine Ippe, Global Nutrition Cluster Coordinator, also provided support.

The author would like to acknowledge all the members of the Somalia Nutrition Cluster Strategic Advisory Group for their review and input into this document and their support in the process. December 2015

This case study was produced by ENN,  www.ennonline.net

Webspace(s): 
Organization(s): 
United Nations Children's Fund
Cluster(s)/Sector(s): 
Original Publication Date: 
21 Jan 2016
Document type: 
Case Study
Location(s): 
Nairobi
Theme(s): 
Field coordination
Coordination hub(s): 
Nairobi
Disaster(s)/Emergency: 
Somalia: Floods - Apr 2015