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Wasting and Stunting Technical Interest Group Meeting. 12-13 May 2020.

Author: Wasting and Stunting Technical Interest Group (WaSt TIG)
Year: 2020
Resource type: Report

Meeting Objectives and Introductions

The meeting began with a reflection of the impact of COVID-19 on the current work environment and a special thanks to everyone for taking time to attend the remote discussions. Three objectives for the meeting were noted:

1. To present and discuss the Wasting and Stunting (WaSt) workstreams.
2. To reflect on WaSt Technical Interest Group (TIG) Ways of Working.
3. To identify potential WaSt activities for Phase 4 of the WaSt Project.

Specific thanks were made to the WaSt project donors, the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Irish Aid for their continued support.

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