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GTAM Conversations with UNICEF Supply Division on adaptations made in light of COVID-19

Podcast  /  6 October 2020

As part of GTAMs work in relation to COVID-19, the team has been receiving a number of programme questions from the field on how programmes should respond and adapt in light of the pandemic. A number of these questions have related to issues with supplies and supply chain planning. In this podcast we reflect on some of these key questions that programmers had with the supply chain division at UNICEF. We are honoured to have Alison Fleet, Technical Specialist for UNICEF Supply Division, Mamadou Diallou, Supply Chain Specialist for UNICEF Supply Division and Grainne Moloney, Nutrition Specialist for the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, UNICEF share some of their insights.

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GTAM Conversations on how programmes are adapting in light of COVID -19: Exploring the use of FamilyMUAC with Anley Haile, GOAL Ethiopia

Podcast  /  8 July 2020

As the COVID response shifts and people are wanting to understand more how programmes are being adapted, ENN, as part of its work within the GTAM mechanism, has been reflecting on how best to share such information and capture stories from country level responses. Reflecting on the fact that everyone’s time is stretched at the moment, we realise that opportunities to document such adaptations (and for targeted audience members to have time to read and reflect on such documentation) are very limited. As a result, we are putting together a series of ‘connecting conversations’ in which programmers can reflect broadly what approaches they are currently taking- what is working well and what have the challenges been along the way (very much taking into account that we are all taking a ‘learning by doing’ approach to current programme shifts) so that others can hear and learn from such experiences. 

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GTAM Conversations on how programmes are adapting in light of COVID-19: Implementing the Family MUAC approach in Gambella, Ethiopia

Podcast  /  8 July 2020

As the COVID response shifts and people are wanting to understand more how programmes are being adapted, ENN, as part of its work within the GTAM mechanism, has been reflecting on how best to share such information and capture stories from country level responses. Reflecting on the fact that everyone’s time is stretched at the moment, we realise that opportunities to document such adaptations (and for targeted audience members to have time to read and reflect on such documentation) are very limited. As a result, we are putting together a series of ‘connecting conversations’ in which programmers can reflect broadly what approaches they are currently taking- what is working well and what have the challenges been along the way (very much taking into account that we are all taking a ‘learning by doing’ approach to current programme shifts) so that others can hear and learn from such experiences.

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GTAM Conversations on how programmes are adapting in light of COVID -19: An interview with Dr. Kabir Ibrahim

Podcast  /  3 July 2020

As the COVID response shifts and people are wanting to understand more how programmes are being adapted, ENN, as part of its work within the GTAM mechanism, has been reflecting on how best to share such information and capture stories from country level responses. Reflecting on the fact that everyone’s time is stretched at the moment, we realise that opportunities to document such adaptations (and for targeted audience members to have time to read and reflect on such documentation) are very limited. As a result, we are putting together a series of ‘connecting conversations’ in which programmers can reflect broadly what approaches they are currently taking- what is working well and what have the challenges been along the way (very much taking into account that we are all taking a ‘learning by doing’ approach to current programme shifts) so that others can hear and learn from such experiences.  

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