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Lessons from 15 years of Community Management of Acute Malnutrition Programming
Concern has been engaged in Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) at community, facility, district, national, and international level since 2000.
This article outlines five key lessons Concern has learned over the last 15 years of CMAM programming and concludes with priorities Concern has identified for supporting future equitable scale-up of quality services for acute malnutrition. A companion article summarizes Concern CMAM activities during the same time period. Those involved in CMAM programming or with an interest in CMAM should find this article of interest.
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Food and Nutrition Security through Equitable and Climate Smart Food Systems (Yoti Yoti)The Yoti Yoti Programme is responding to increasing food and nutrition insecurity in Sierra Leone, the overall goal of the project is to increase vulnerable households’ resilience to food and nutrition insecurity by strengthening food systems in Tonkolili and Port Loko Districts in North West Sierra Leone.