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Anonymous 2352

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3 Mar 2015, 09:49

Anyone with a link to the NCA Methodology/Guidelines by ACF. I would e glad to have the guidelines.

Kate Ogden

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3 Mar 2015, 13:27

suggest you contact them on 'NCA@actioncontrelafaim.org'

Anonymous 2352

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4 Mar 2015, 05:30

Thanks Kate

Julien Chalimbaud

ACF

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4 Mar 2015, 15:47

Dear Samuel,

thanks for your interest on the Link NCA methodology. An overview of the method will be available by the end of this week. For those interested, please contact me so I can add you to my list of contacts. Also a dedicated website including all the documentations and existing studies will be published in April - May.

thanks

Anonymous 730

Nutrition and Food Security Officer

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4 Mar 2015, 15:51

Thanks Julien

How can I register my interest?

Tamsin Walters

en-net moderator

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4 Mar 2015, 16:09

Dear Julien,

Please post a link to the new website on this thread as soon as it us up and running. I think that would be very helpful for a lot of us.

Many thanks,
Tamsin

Mutegi

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8 May 2015, 12:18

Hi Kirichu,
visit the website below to assess Link NCA tools and resources:

http://www.linknca.org/

Julien Morel

ACF Nutrition Security senior advisor

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11 May 2015, 10:09

Dear all,

Please be informed that the Link NCA website is now open : www.linknca.org
You will find general information about the Link NCA methodology, including an overview of the method (www.linknca.org/resources.cfm). Detailed practical guidelines are being edited and will be out in the coming days.
You can also download reports of the 12 Link NCA studies undertaken in different countries to date.
French version of the website and main documents coming soon.

For regular information and update on the project, you can register to our newsletter on the website.

Finally, a webinar will be hel on Wednesday 13th May, 9-10am EDT to introduce the method. The webinar will present the rationale and the need to conduct nutrition causal analysis to enhance nutrition programming, introduce the main features and steps of the method, and provide examples of findings of Link NCA studies undertook recently. Please register here : https://jsi.webex.com/jsi/j.php?RGID=r7f842fe6988fbe7629a046d1fd5a4c97

Link NCA team
linknca@actioncontrelafaim.org

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