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CHC collaborated with Feinstein International Center at Tufts University to conduct a study in 6 countries, Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria, to consider the constraints on data collection and analysis in extreme food security emergencies in countries with a high risk of famine. There are demonstrated limitations in the availability of high-quality […]

January – December 2017. Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and Nigeria This study considers the constraints on data collection and analysis in humanitarian emergencies and the effects this has on outcome recommendations. The reports uses four cases, Yemen, Somali , Nigeria and South Sudan, and suggests means of ensuring the independence and objectivity of data collection […]

Undernutrition increases the risk of mortality and illness; it impedes physical growth and cognitive development irreversibly. It therefore reduces achievements at school, reduces physical productivity and results in a decrease in income potential later in life. An undernourished child is at risk of losing 10% of their lifetime earning potential (World Bank, 2015). At national […]

Supported the Inception phase (Phase 2) of Karamoja Nutrition Programme the Refugee Context through: Providing guidance to the teams during planning meetings, during missions, and during the development of the respective deliverables, drawing on existing evidence and knowledge Reviewing & Providing feedback on Health Systems Strengthening Approach for Karamoja, Clear trajectories towards improved results and […]

Support for the Inception phase (Phase 2) of Karamoja Nutrition Programme & the Refugee Context through: – NutritionWorks – providing general support – HPI – supporting Health Systems Strengthening • – PATH – supporting monitoring and evaluation

Support to DFID Kenya’s Nutrition Work.  The aim was to provide nutrition expertise to advise, guide and challenge DFID to improve resilience and response programming for nutrition and to strengthen its work with development partners and the Government of Kenya. This was through a  Case study on system strengthening and transition to government ownership of […]

This was an interactive process, meeting frequently with programme managers, coordinators and field teams to promote a learning approach to programming through experiential learning, or “learning through reflection on doing”, at field level. During the Inception phase of the work CHC consulted with the BRCiS (Building Resilient Communities in Somalia), Consortium Management Unit (CMU) and […]

The CMAM Surge Approach has been developed by Concern Worldwide to help health systems more effectively deliver services for children with acute malnutrition. It is based on the observation that in many contexts the number of children seeking treatment for acute malnutrition tends to peak during certain months of the year. These seasonal ‘surges’ in […]

CHC is currently contracted by the System Enhancement for Transformative Health (SETH) project to support operational research in Western Kenya.  The SETH project’s objective is to improve the quality, availability and access to Maternal, New-born and Child health and nutrition services (MNCHN). A key component of the SETH project is to support the roll-out of […]

Mercy Corps was leading the implementation of Strengthening Community Capacity for Resilience and Growth components for a USAID funded Kenya Feed the Future Livestock Market Systems (LMS). This was to enable people, households and communities to escape poverty and chronic vulnerability and strengthen their resilience so they can do so sustainably. CHC’s specific objective was […]


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