The Politics of Declaring famine and level three Emergencies- Nigeria
Year : 2017
Country(ies) : Nigeria

CHC conducted a comparative case study on famine-risk emergency context in Nigeria and identified practical recommendations and best practices. 

This research analyzed political constraints and factors constraining the linkage between information, analysis and action to develop better practice to protect the independence of analysis underpinning declarations of famine or other severe humanitarian emergencies.

The Objectives were: to Focus on interventions both at the nutrition center at home towards breaking the ‘diarrhea/nematodes/enteropathy, malnutrition vicious cycle.  And to work towards a more integrated WASH and Nutrition service to achieve maximum impact on health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable households

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