Updated HTP resource material for nutrition in emergencies training
The Harmonised Training Package: Resource Material for Training on Nutrition in Emergencies (the HTP) is a resource package to aid course development on nutrition in emergencies. The HTP is an initiative of the IASC Global Nutrition Cluster (GNC) and has been endorsed by the GNC and its member's agencies.
The HTP update to produce Version 2.0 is being undertaken in a 2 year ENN/NutritionWorks (NW) collaborative project1, funded by the US Office for Disaster Assistance (OFDA). Numerous experts from many different organisations have been involved in writing and reviewing content for Version 2, and have participated generously in the initiative.
The HTP, Version 2 (2011) is being produced by the ENN. The HTP is hosted by the United Nations Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN) at http://www.unscn.org/en/gnc_htp/.
The HTP is organised as a set of 21 modules by subject (see box), each module containing technical information, training exercises and a resource list. It can also be used by individuals to increase their technical knowledge of the sector.
The HTP Modules
Section 1: Introduction and concepts
Module 1: Introduction to nutrition in emergencies
Module 2: The humanitarian system: roles, responsibilities and coordination
Module 3: Understanding malnutrition
Module 4: Micronutrient malnutrition
Module 5: Causes of malnutrition
Section 2: Nutrition needs assessment and analysis
Module 6: Measuring malnutrition: individual assessment
Module 7: Measuring malnutrition: population assessment
Module 8: Health assessment and the link with nutrition
Module 9: Food security assessment and the link with nutrition
Module 10: Nutrition information and surveillance systems
Section 3: Interventions to prevent and treat malnutrition
Module 11: General food distribution
Module 12: Management of moderate acute malnutrition
Module 13: Management of severe acute malnutrition
Module 14: Micronutrient interventions
Module 15: Health interventions
Module 16: Livelihoods interventions
Module 17: Infant and young child feeding
Module 18: HIV/AIDS and nutrition
Module 19: Working with communities in emergencies
Section 4: Monitoring, evaluation and accountability
Module 20: Monitoring and evaluation
Module 21: Standards and accountability in humanitarian response
Version 2 now available (Jan 2011) - Modules 6, 7, 9, 16 and 19. Each module will be available both in word format and as a printer friendly pdf version. All modules will be posted on the UNSCN site as they become available.
Version 2.0 is being produced in English, with translations to follow.
For more information on the HTP Version 2 revision, contact Carmel Dolan Carmel Dolan, NutritionWorks, email:email@example.com
1NW was commissioned by the GNC to develop Version 1.0 launched in 2008.
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Updated HTP resource material for nutrition in emergencies training. Field Exchange 40, February 2011. p82. www.ennonline.net/fex/40/updated