Menu ENN Search

Conference on government experiences of scaling up the Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) (2012)

Author: The ENN
Year: 2012
Resource type: Report

and lessons for the Scaling Up (SUN) movement: Conference report

The CMAM/SUN conference was the culmination of over a year of detailed preparation involving numerous highly skilled people to bring about a successful meeting of senior Government delegates, UN agency, non-governmental organisations, academics, private sector representatives and individual experts. The conference was the first international occasion for Governments to be at the forefront of sharing their lessons of CMAM scale up and as such, provided a unique and rich insight into the achievements and obstacles Governments face in addressing high levels of acute malnutrition in their countries. The Conference was funded by from Canadian International Development Agency, UK Aid (Department for International Development ) and Irish Aid.

This report provides a brief account of the presentations and discussions of the four day conference. Video footage is available at www.cmamconference2011.org and on DVD on request.

Download

cmamconferencereport.pdf (PDF, 2.1mb)

More like this

FEX: Conference on Government experiences of CMAM scale-up

Participants in the CMAM Conference 2011, Addis Ababa In November 2011, ENN, in collaboration with the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) hosted a 4-day conference in Addis Ababa at...

Conference on government experiences of scaling up the Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)

and lessons for the Scaling Up (SUN) movement 2011 Date: 14th-17th November 2011 Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Funders: UK Department for International Development...

FEX: What we know now: a decade of community-based SAM treatment

Summary of meeting1 In 2010, a group of nutrition organisations (ACF, Save the Children, Concern Worldwide, International Medical Corps, Helen Keller International and Valid...

FEX: Conference on government experiences of CMAM scale up, Ethiopia, 2011

The Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) in collaboration with the Government of Ethiopia led a conference to capture government experiences of scale-up of...

FEX: From the editor

Successful homestead gardening in Satkhira, Bangladesh The year 2013 promises to be an important year for the nutrition aid community and those whom it serves. Since...

FEX: Regional CMAM meeting in Ethiopia 2011

In collaboration with the Government of Ethiopia and in consultation with national and international agencies, the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) is planning a three day...

A Decade of CMAM 2013

A Decade of Community-based SAM management 2013 Dates: October 17th and 18th 2013 Venue: London, UK Convenors: ACF Summary In 2010, a group of nutrition organisations...

Resource: What we know now: A decade of community based treatment of SAM: Conference report (2013)

This is the report of a conference held in London in October 2013, facilitated by the Coverage Monitoring Network (CMN), to review of emerging lessons on community-based...

FEX: Regional conference on responding to challenges of undernutrition in West Africa

By Christelle Huré, Regional Advocacy Adviser, Action contre la Faim West Africa Regional Office In June 2015, Action Contre la Faim (ACF), in partnership with the SUN...

FEX: From the editor

Rabia, seven months, with her mother at an OTP Aim and structure of this special issue This Field Exchange special issue on ‘Lessons for the scale up of Community-based...

FEX: Tackling the double burden of malnutrition in low and middle-income countries: response of the international community

Research By Alexandra Rutishauser-Perera Alexandra Rutishauser-Perera is a Humanitarian Nutrition Adviser with Save the Children. She has ten years of experience of public...

TMN 2014 Information hub

The ENN hosted a 3 day meeting at the Town Hall in Oxford, UK, from 7th - 9th October 2014 to facilitate technical learning and networking on nutrition specific and nutrition...

FEX: CMAM Report: development of a global online reporting system for CMAM programming

By Rachel Evans, Christoph Andert and Susan Fuller The authors would like to express their gratitude to all individuals that have contributed to the development of the CMAM...

FEX: WaterAid

Agency profile Name: WaterAid Address: WaterAid, 47-49 Durham Street, London, SE11 5JD, UK Email: healthystart@wateraid.org Website: www.wateraid.org/uk Year founded:...

The management of acute malnutrition at scale: A review of donor and government financing

Donor: Irish Aid and CIDA ENN Project leads: Carmel Dolan and Jeremy Shoham Timeframe: Project completed in March 2013. Background Acute malnutrition is a life-threatening...

FEX: Management of SAM in the Philippines: from emergency-focused modelling to national policy and government scale-up

Aashima Garg, Anthony Calibo, Rene Galera, Andrew Bucu, Rosalia Paje and Willibald Zeck Aashima Garg is Nutrition Specialist based in UNICEF New York. At the time of writing,...

Leadership

ENN actively engages in global fora to influence and provide leadership within the nutrition sector on technical developments, governance and strategy and to inform donor...

FEX: Training and workshop to integrate IYCF in CMAM

Summary of report1 Training/workshop participants Between 23 and 31 August 2010, World Vision International (WVI) and the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) held a six day...

FEX: Financing the sustainable scale-up of CMAM in high-burden countries

Summary of research1 Location: Global What we know: Investment in the scale-up of community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM) is needed to reduce global...

en-net: FANTA-2 Bridge Update: November 2011

FANTA-2 BRIDGE UPDATE | November 2011 In this issue of the FANTA-2 Bridge Update, we highlight some of the latest publications, events, and news from the FANTA-2 Bridge...

Close

Reference this page

The ENN (2012). Conference on government experiences of scaling up the Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) (2012). www.ennonline.net/cmamconferencereport