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Frequently asked questions: ‘Reset’ of wasting prevention and treatment to catalyse action and accountability

Author: Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN)
Year: 2021
Resource type: Frequently Asked Questions

Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) has submitted a game-changer on a ‘wasting reset’ that has been included as part of the game-changers of Action Track 1 for the UN FSS. Read the proposal here.

These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the 'wasting reset' game changer have been developed by ENN and will be updated as new questions come in.

 

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