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Call for Data for SAM Incidence study- Deadline Extended to 30 April 2017

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Louise Mwirigi

Nutrition information Specialist, UNICEF

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20 Apr 2017, 21:56

Many thanks to partners who have submitted data for the SAM incidence research. To provide more partners with an opportunity to participate in this research, we have extended the deadline for the submission of data, please note the call for data remains open until 30th April 2017. We encourage partners to participate and share available data. In case of any further clarifications, please feel free to be in touch with Louise Mwirigi lmwirigi@unicef.org

Tammam Ahmed

H&N Project Manager/Relief International

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21 Apr 2017, 19:43

Dear Louise,
We are in Yemen already received same your question from the nutrition cluster echoing what the global cluster mentioned to send data to you.
My understanding is:
_ to send you the number of SAM cases reached within 12 months of the program, the incidence, right ?
_ UNICEF will analyse the data and then incidence factor range to be determined then, right?

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