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Fixing A Broken System – Reforming The UN’s Approach To Wasting Treatment

Author: Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN), Eleanor Crook Foundation (ECF)
Year: 2020
Resource type: Presentation

Beginning with A Long Road to Recovery, the following infographic series documents a mother’s journey in caring for her child affected by wasting and the barriers to accessing treatment. A Broken System navigates through the UNICEF, WFP, and WHO treatment services for varying levels of wasting severity. The Road Ahead outlines actions needed urgently to fix the broken UN wasting treatment system.

 

 

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ENN-Infographics-Finals-All_Introduction.pdf (PDF, 967kb)

ENN-Infographics-Finals-All_Infographic-1-LongRoadToRecovery.pdf (PDF, 1,001kb)

ENN-Infographics-Finals-All_Infographic-2-aBrokenSystem.pdf (PDF, 848kb)

ENN-Infographics-Finals-All_Infographic-3-TheRoadAhead.pdf (PDF, 936kb)

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