WASH and Nutrition


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WASH and Nutrition Forum, Paris 27-29th November 2017

Speakers bios and Organizations Involved


List and contacts participants

Liste des participantsA4.pdf

MOU between IFRC & ACF


Report and conclusions

WASHNut report_final.

Agenda and Presentations

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ACF “General Introduction WASH and Nutrition”

Dr. J. Lapegue

2017 ACF IFRC Introduction to WASH’Nutrition.pdf

ACF ” Advocacy WASH and Nutrition”

Natalia Uribe Pando

2017 ACF IFRC Advocacy.pdf

LSHTM “Putting Nutrition into WASH”

Oliver Cumming

Oliver Cumming_Red Cross NOv 2017.pdf

IFRC ” Perspective on Nutrition and WASH”

Tiina Saarikoski

IFRC perspective on WASH and Nutrtion_VF.pdf

UNICEF ” Sahel WASH and NUT strategy”

Francois Bellet, WASH specialist


USAID “WASH and Nutrition strategy”

Dr. Rochelle Rainey

USAID nutrition strategy Nov 2017.pdf

AFD ” WASH and Nutrition strategy”

Celine Robert

Présentation forum WASH et Nutrition Croix Rouge Nov 2017 – Copie.pdf

German WASH Network and SUSANA ” Role of multi-stakeholder platforms and networks”

Johannes Rueck and Jona Toetzke

wash-nutrition_IFRC_Input PPT_171127_jr_jr_jr_jt.pdf

John Hopkins University “Primary finding of the Sanitation hygiene Infant Nutrition Efficacy trial in Zimbabwe”

Pr. Jean Humphrey

Red Cross Paris Nov 2017FINAL.pdf

EAWAG “Systematic behavior change for WASH and nutrition using the RANAS approach”

Pr. Dr. Hans Mosler

Mosler WaSH & Nutrition_VF.pdf

IFPRI “Impact of animal faeces on undernutrition”

Aulo Gelli

Aulo Gelli.pdf

Concern World wide “Community resilience to Acute Malnutrition”

Franck Flachenberg


ACF ” Nutrition Casual Analysis NCA”

Marion Junca

2017 ACF IFRC Link NCA presentation.pdf

ACF ” Research projects & Operational strategy”

Dr. Mattias Altman

2017 ACF IFRC Research 2.pdf

ACF “Operational monitoring”

Dr. Jean Lapeque

2017 ACF IFRC Survey.pdf

ACF “Capacity building towards a global strategy”

Dr. Jean Lapeque

2017 ACF IFRC Capacity Building.pdf

Relevant documents

ACF guidebook for improving nutrition through the integration of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions. “WASH’Nutrition Practical Guidebook” was developed to offer practical guidance to help practitioners design and implement programs in both humanitarian and development contexts. 2017_ACF_WASH_Nutrition_Guidebook_BD.pdf
Inter- Cluster accountability matrix- Nutrition and WASH This matrix defines the responsibilities and accountability of the Health, Nutrition and WASH Clusters during emergency response in areas of potential overlap. Accountabilities_Matrix_Health_Nutr_and_WASH_Clusters1.pdf
ACF report of approaches governments and donors are taking to cross integrate nutrition & WASH
English and French
“The recipe for success” how policy-makers can integrate water, sanitation and hygiene into actions to end malnutrition in national policies and plans the_recipe_for_success_eng.pdf
Sustainable Sanitation Alliance Fact sheet
A compilation of main facts, existing evidence and remaining research gaps regarding the link between inadequate sanitary conditions and its underestimated impact on undernutrition and stunting susana .pdf
German WASH Network and its partners,aiming to contribute to WASH-Nutrition link in the holistic spirit of the SDGs. Building on existing publications, tools for implementation,policy and research findings /gaps, this document wishes to support all countries and stakeholder groups(researchers, implementers, advocacy experts and donors), currently trying to identify their individual way to “live the WASH-Nutrition link”. GERMAN WASH net17_linking-wash-nutrition_web_170721_jrf

Relevant documents RCRC

WASH advisors TOR 2016 for Nutrition
RC/RC WASH Advisors meeting held in Vienna in January 2016 it was agreed that an increased emphasis and focus should be placed on nutrition and WASH
Stockholm 2016 WASH Advisors Nutrition WASH forum TOR version (3).docx
IFRC WASH and nutrition presentation for WASH TWG
presentation during WASH Advisors meeting in 2016 Vienna
WASH and Nutrtion.pptx
IFRC “Nutrition matters” Guidance for nutrition programs
practical guidance based on evidence with regard to nutrition programming. It challenges managers to think critically and consider the systems and contexts within which they work in order to address nutrition and build resilient communities.
IFRC “Nutrition Guidelines” These guidelines may thus be used by National Societies to increase public awareness and to build internal capacities to carry out nutrition-related interventions and to promote good nutrition principles and practices in line with those promoted by other stakeholders. The materials may also be used to integrate efforts to combat malnutrition IFRC Nutrition Guidelines.PDF
Swiss Red Cross International Cooperation “Concept Nutrition”
This concept sets the framework and focus for the SRC’s engagement in
nutrition; it considers direct action on nutrition as well as nutrition-sensitive programming and the different aspects of nutrition in health development and disaster management
SRC IC Concept Nutrition en.pdf
IFRC “Global food security assessment guidelines” This guide aims to assist National Society staff and volunteers throughout the world in undertaking food security assessments. global-fsa-guidelines-en.pdf

Relevant links

World Food Program WFP 2017 – The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) R
High Level Panel of Experts Food security – nutrition Nutrition and food systems 2017
Humanitarian practice Network HPN HPN Good Practice Review Food Security
SUSANA thematic Discussion 7- Linking WASH & Nutrition- A roadmap towards better Health Susana thematic discussion 7 WASH & Nutrition
Eldis shares the best in global development research for policy and practice in different topics worldwide Eldis Organization

IFRC Nutrition- matters

IFRC – Don’t blame it on the rain

WASH and nutrition: Integration Studies

Can Water, sanitation and hygiene help eliminate stunting. Current evidence. Cumming and Cairncross