Concern Worldwide supported 1.2 million people with lifesaving health and nutrition services and helped over 100,000 acutely malnourished children to recover as part of an innovative EU-funded programme to tackle the underlying drivers of malnutrition.
The three-year programme used a multi-pronged approach to tackle malnutrition in children aged under-five in Ethiopia, Niger, Republic of Sudan, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Enhanced Responses to Nutrition Emergencies (ERNE) programme combined lifesaving emergency nutrition treatment and prevention and preparedness activities to build community resilience to malnutrition in the . . .
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October 1, 2023