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Joint WFP and UNICEF Multisectoral Checklist for School Reopening and School based Nutrition in the context of COVID-19

WFP and UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Offices (July 2020) jointly published a non-exhaustive list of recommended multi-sectoral actions to consider as part of the short and longer-term planning for and implementation of school reopening and school-based nutrition in the context of COVID-19.


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Fall 2019 Newsletter

We are excited to share the last newsletter of 2019. We're looking forward to 2020 and the opportunity it presents us to contribute to better health outcomes for children wherever we work. Happy holidays!

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Summer 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to our summer newsletter. In this issue we highlight the recent Task Force Steering Committee meeting, progress from the Re-imagining Technical Assistance project, updates on WHO's 2019 Essential Medicines List, and the Private Sector Engagement Subgroup. We are also delighted to introduce our newest subgroup to the Task Force: Newborn & Child Health Commodities.

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to our Spring Newsletter! It's been a busy first quarter of 2019 and we're excited to share a few of the new activities and developments that are happening in our network. In this issue we highlight progress in the Redesigning Technical Assistance project, discuss WHO's death audit guidelines, and spotlight our M&E subgroup's recent activity in collaboration with the Child Health Accountability Tracking (CHAT) advisory group. We're also pleased to officially launch the French version of the Task Force website, which we hope will increase access to child health programming resources for our francophone colleagues around the world.

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Winter 2018 Newsletter

Our quarterly publication intends to keep our network of global members informed by featuring country work, highlighting subgroup progress, and sharing curated news and resources. We look forward to sending helpful information and updates that are relevant to you, so if there are topics or features that you would like to see in future newsletters, we welcome your input!