Implications of COVID-19 on Nutrition: Lessons Learned and Practical & Innovative Approaches - Perspectives from Civil Society, Government, and Academia - Webinar Summary Notes

The novel coronavirus is imposing unprecedented health, nutrition, social, and economic risks to the global population. Ethiopia is also being affected, and the continued spread of the virus has the potential to reverse some of the nutritional gains that the country has achieved in the last few years.

In light of this, on September 30th, Tufts University, in collaboration with Save the Children, organized a webinar that brought together representatives from government, civil society, and academia to discuss lessons learned, practical and innovative approaches regarding COVID-19, different sectors’ adaptation and response plans, and recommendations to address the current and future epidemic and minimize its negative impact on nutrition.

Organization
Save the Children
Tufts
Author
Professor Eileen Kennedy
Dr. Sisay Sinamo
Dr. Amare Deribew
Date
Document Type
Library Type
Resource User Type
Frontline Worker Supervisors
Government staff
MIYCN Project Staff
NGO Project Supervisor
Project staff
Audience
Agriculture Extension Workers
MIYCN Project Managers
Policy makers
Resource Keywords
Infant and young child feeding (IYCF)
Maternal Nutrition
Nutrition-sensitive agriculture
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