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Thursday 6th September 2018
New country-level UNICEF Nutridash data available on updated State of Acute Malnutrition website
The State of Acute Malnutrition website (www.acutemalnutrition.org), managed by the No Wasted Lives Coalition, aims to provide an overview of all available information related to severe and moderate acute malnutrition in both English and French, at a global and country-specific level. We are delighted to announce that the new UNICEF Nutridash data for 2016 is now available.
Wednesday 1st August 2018
No Wasted Lives announces funding of four new research studies and welcomes innocent foundation as the newest member of the Coalition
The No Wasted Lives Coalition announces that the innocent foundation will fund four major acute malnutrition research projects worth £1.1 million in Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kenya, Mali and Sierra Leone.
Wednesday 11th July 2018
No Wasted Lives Announces 15 Research Projects Shortlisted for Possible Funding
No Wasted Lives announced today a shortlist of 15 research projects totalling a value of over $10m that have been selected for possible funding in response to the Global Research Agenda on acute malnutrition.
Thursday 5th July 2018
No Wasted Lives Appoints Nabeeha Kazi-Hutchins as Executive Director
No Wasted Lives announced today that it has appointed Nabeeha Kazi-Hutchins as its Executive Director. Ms. Kazi-Hutchins brings more than 20 years of advocacy, policy and programme experience in nutrition, agriculture, early childhood development, and maternal and child health to No Wasted Lives, where she will lead advocacy, financing and policy development efforts.
Monday 15th January 2018
No Wasted Lives Launches Research Agenda for Acute Malnutrition
Over the course of 2017, CORTASAM and No Wasted Lives launched a research prioritisation exercise, with the involvement and contribution of over 300 individuals from national governments, NGOs, academia, UN agencies and technical experts from around the world. In line with the priority research areas identified and a review of the existing evidence, CORTASAM has identified the research areas with high potential impact on the effective management of acute malnutrition at scale but where further research and evidence generation is critically needed in order to achieve this.
For more information on CORTASAM, the Research Agenda, and criteria for Expressions of Interest, including these documents in French, click here.