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GNC-Technical Alliance Brief- Way forward for wasting programming in light of the evolving Covid-19 situation

Author: GNC Technical Alliance
Year: 2021
Resource type: Article

This brief is intended for decision makers and implementers who have made adaptations to programmes for child wasting because of COVID-19. It is to guide the decision on the ways forward for wasting programming considering the evolving Covid-19 situation, notably when to resume standard programming as per national guidelines. 

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