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Covid-19 Scoping Survey Report

Author: Annabel Miller, Philip James, Eilise Brennan, Natalie Sessions, Brenda Akwanyi, Gill Price and Tanya Khara
Year: 2022
Resource type: Report

In 2021, ENN embarked on a COVID-19 Learning Series that aimed to complement existing COVID-19 learning initiatives within the nutrition sector, making full use of our rich network and fora. A key focus of the series was on capturing the field-level experiences of those operating within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. ENN wanted the series to contribute to understanding the impacts of COVID-19 on nutrition issues in local communities as well as the challenges that COVID-19 presents for implementing nutrition services.

To ensure that ENN was complementing, rather than replicating, existing learning efforts, ENN initially embarked on a survey of needs that was intended to inform the selection of topics and contacts for case studies. This survey was designed to collect information from our network on the topics that they felt were still underrepresented within the existing information sources regarding COVID-19 and nutrition programming/services in low- to middle- income countries.

These are the survey results which were used to inform the subsequent work in the series. We also hope the report will be useful to those of you continuing to work in this area, as we highlight further information / research gaps that need to be addressed.

 

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Annabel Miller, Philip James, Eilise Brennan, Natalie Sessions, Brenda Akwanyi, Gill Price and Tanya Khara (2022). Covid-19 Scoping Survey Report. www.ennonline.net/c19learningseries/scopingsurvey

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