ECF Announces $1m Commitment to GAP Roadmap Development

UNICEF receives $1 million grant from ECF to develop GAP roadmap.

In April 2020, ECF issued a $1,000,000 grant to UNICEF to facilitate the development of the Global Action Plan on Child Wasting Roadmap. The Global Action Plan on Child Wasting provided a critical framework for making progress on this global health crisis, but ultimately, it will rely on an operational roadmap at the global and country-level to drive impact. UNICEF is working alongside WHO, WFP, FAO, and UNHCR to accelerate the review of global and national plans for child wasting. 

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