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Lessons learned on Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) programmes in conflict settings.

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Evert-jan Quak

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1 Oct 2021, 12:11

What are key lessons learned from CMAM programmes in conflict settings that were able to operate successfully outside official government’s health services, for example by engaging with alternative institutions at district levels? 

Tamsin

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2 Nov 2021, 12:45

Dear Evert-jan Quak,

Thank you for your question. However, it is quite broad which might be the reason for the lack of responses. Please can you let us know if you are interested in a particular context or whether you can provide more detail on the type of lessons you are interested in, e.g. programme management, acceptability, community engagement etc. Sustainability is obviously a challenge for programmes operating outside government health services, which is why programmes increasingly seek integration.

Best wishes,

Tamsin

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