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19.01.2017 Positionnement et cadrage

Papier de positionnement d’ACF International sur l’agro-écologie

ACF considère l’agro-écologie comme la meilleure approche agricole pour réaliser la sécurité alimentaire, en particulier pour les populations les plus vulnérables. En effet, l’agro-écologie représente une alternative crédible pour apporter une meilleure contribution à la sécurité nutritionnelle. Les pratiques agro-écologiques permettent d’augmenter les rendements, souvent même plus que l’agriculture conventionnelle, apportant ainsi des solutions alternatives et locales aux enjeux de l’insécurité alimentaire. L’agro-écologie procure aussi d’autres bénéfices en termes de nutrition et santé, développement local, environnement, etc.

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09.01.2017 Ouvrage

WASH’ Nutrition A practical guidebook on increasing nutritional impact through integration of WASH and Nutrition programmes

Undernutrition is a multi-sectoral problem with multi-sectoral solutions. By applying integrated approaches, the impact, coherence and efficiency of the action can be improved. This operational guidebook demonstrates the importance of both supplementing nutrition programmes with WASH activities and adapting WASH interventions to include nutritional considerations i.e. making them more nutrition-sensitive and impactful on nutrition. It has been developed to provide practitioners with usable information and tools so that they can design and implement effective WASH and nutrition programmes. Apart from encouraging the design of new integrated projects, the guidebook provides support for reinforcing existing integrated interventions.

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08.09.2016 Positionnement et cadrage

Tracking government expenditure on nutrition in Sierra Leone - Piloting the SUN three step approach

In May and June 2016, the first budget tracking of government expenditure on nutrition in Sierra Leone was conducted by ACF with an external consultant from Oxford Policy Management (OPM). Implemented through the SUN three step approach, this study enabled an analysis of the trends of government funding between 2012 and 2015, and is a useful tool for further accountability on nutrition funding in Sierra Leone. It describes expenditure on both nutrition specific and nutrition sensitive interventions, and disaggregates it by ministries, including the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Social welfare and Ministry of Water resources.

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08.09.2016 Positionnement et cadrage

2013-2016: The trends of Government funding for nutrition in Sierra Leone

Ranking 181/188 in the Human Development Index, Sierra Leone remains one of the countries with the highest maternal and infant mortality rates. According to the 2014 National Nutrition Survey, the Global Acute Malnutrition, Severe Acute Malnutrition and stunting (chronic malnutrition) rates in Sierra Leone stand at 4.7%, 1.0% and 28.8% respectively. The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) signed up to various commitments in the context of regional and global movements. As part of the Nutrition for Growth Summit (N4G, London, 2013), the GoSL committed to reduce stunting in children under 2 to 11.7% and global acute malnutrition in children under 5 to 2% by 2020 while increasing exclusive breastfeeding to 70%. They also committed to increase funding for nutrition; create budget lines under Ministries of Health and Agriculture; and to ratify the Code of Marketing of Breast-milk substitutes (CMBS).

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08.09.2016 Positionnement et cadrage

Nutrition for Growth: Sierra Leone’s progress on its commitments 3 years later

Ranking 181/188 in the Human Development Index, Sierra Leone remains one of the countries with the highest maternal and infant mortality rates. According to the 2014 National Nutrition Survey, the Global Acute Malnutrition, Severe Acute Malnutrition and stunting (chronic malnutrition) rates in Sierra Leone stand at 4.7%, 1.0% and 28.8% respectively. The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) signed up to various commitments in the context of regional and global movements. As part of the Nutrition for Growth Summit (N4G, London, 2013), the GoSL committed to reduce stunting in children under 2 to 11.7% and global acute malnutrition in children under 5 to 2% by 2020 while increasing exclusive breastfeeding to 70%. They also committed to increase funding for nutrition; create budget lines under Ministries of Health and Agriculture; and to ratify the Code of Marketing of Breast-milk substitutes (CMBS).

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25.08.2016 Positionnement et cadrage

Les pays africains ont-ils adopté des objectifs de réduction de la sous-nutrition ?

En 2012, l'Assemblée mondiale de la Santé (AMS) a adopté une résolution qui a établi six objectifs mondiaux de réduction de la sous-nutrition à atteindre d'ici 2025. En 2016, les pays participant à l’AMS ont réitéré leurs engagements et décidé de fixer des objectifs nationaux en lien avec leurs propres contextes afin d’accélérer leurs progrès vers les objectifs mondiaux en matière de nutrition. La mise en place d'objectifs nationaux peut aider à établir un processus global de planification qui identifie les actions et les ressources concrètes pour traduire efficacement leurs engagements en résultats.

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26.07.2016 Scientifique et technique

Link NCA - Choam Ksant District, Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia 2016

The Link NCA method was created with the objective of helping define response strategies for tackling under-nutrition. A Link NCA is a structured, participatory, holistic study, based on the UNICEF causal framework, intended to build evidence-based consensus. A Link NCA study is recommended for contexts that are not in crisis situations but where the problem of under-nutrition is widely established and where there exist high levels and different kinds of under-nutrition. It is especially advised for contexts where continuous attempts to fight this problem have been made but with little success.

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05.07.2016 Actions

Un appel pour une réponse plus ambitieuse à la crise humanitaire due à El Niño

Dans le cadre de sa campagne sur la réponse à la crise El Niño, ACF mène une action conjointe avec les grandes ONG internationales que sont CARE, OXFAM, CONCERN, WORLD VISION et SAVE THE CHILDREN – afin d’interpeller les gouvernements et bailleurs de fonds pour qu’ils augmentent leur réponse à la crise humanitaire en cours et préparent dès aujourd’hui l’épisode La Niña à venir. En France, une lettre cosignée par CARE, Coordination SUD, Handicap International, Oxfam, Première Urgence Internationale, Secours Islamique, Solidarités international et SOS Villages d’Enfants a été adressée à André Vallini, Secrétaire d’Etat au développement et à la francophonie le 27 juin dernier.

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30.06.2016 Scientifique et technique

Link NCA Nutrition Causal Analysis District sanitare d'Abdi, région du Ouaddai, Tchad 2015

The Link NCA method was created with the objective of helping define response strategies for tackling under-nutrition. A Link NCA is a structured, participatory, holistic study, based on the UNICEF causal framework, intended to build evidence-based consensus. A Link NCA study is recommended for contexts that are not in crisis situations but where the problem of under-nutrition is widely established and where there exist high levels and different kinds of under-nutrition. It is especially advised for contexts where continuous attempts to fight this problem have been made but with little success.

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30.06.2016 Scientifique et technique

Link NCA Nutrition Causal Analysis Dari-Suf-Bala District, Samangan Province, Afghanistan 2015/2016

The Link NCA method was created with the objective of helping define response strategies for tackling under-nutrition. A Link NCA is a structured, participatory, holistic study, based on the UNICEF causal framework, intended to build evidence-based consensus. A Link NCA study is recommended for contexts that are not in crisis situations but where the problem of under-nutrition is widely established and where there exist high levels and different kinds of under-nutrition. It is especially advised for contexts where continuous attempts to fight this problem have been made but with little success.

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