To foster health systems’ resilience in countries that are in the humanitarian-development nexus, UNICEF with Results for Development, Concern Worldwide, and Action Contre La Faim have developed tools and approaches to improve emergency preparedness and support health systems to respond to increased demands resulting from seasonal and unforeseen shocks and stresses. The Humanitarian-Development Task Force shared these three tools designed to deliver nutrition services more effectively in such contexts.
- Mary D’Alimonte, Senior Program Officer, Results for Development
- Lucy Lafferty, Global CMAM Surge Advisor, Concern Worldwide
- Sarah Brousse, Health Systems Strengthening Advisor, Action Contre La Faim/Action Against Hunger
Amanda Yourchuck, Emergency Nutrition Advisor, USAID Advancing Nutrition, JSI
Peter Hailey, Managing Trustee, Centre for Humanitarian Change
Susan A. Otchere, Senior Director, Health-International Programs Group at World Vision
Sarah Kellogg, Country Support Lead, MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience