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UNICEF Basic concepts on Nutrition in Emergencies e-learning

Donors: UNICEF

Collaborators: UNICEF

ENN project lead: Marie McGrath

Timeframe: 2009-10

Background

This course was produced by ENN for UNICEF.

Project summary

Women eating The course was developed to support capacity development of UNICEF staff at regional and country level but is available and useful for non-UNICEF staff. It covers basic concepts around the humanitarian system and reform, undernutrition and response in emergencies, individual assessment and micronutrients. The package aims to increase the accessibility of information within key modules of the Harmonized Training Package: Resource Material for Training on Nutrition in Emergencies (the HTP) to strengthen the technical knowledge of individuals working in or aspiring to work in emergency nutrition. The course comprises 5 sections comprised of lessons and mini-lessons. Each lesson takes approximately 40 minutes to complete and each mini-lesson takes 10–15 minutes. Successful completion of a series of tests leads to a certificate generated within the e-learning programme.

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Chloe Angood (2014). UNICEF Basic concepts on Nutrition in Emergencies e-learning. www.ennonline.net/ourwork/capacitydevelopment/unicefnieelearning