Simplified approaches to the treatment of wasting

ENN outlines the critical elements of simplified approaches of wasting treatment, where they are being used, and evidence for implementation.

ENN’s Technical Brief on simplified approaches to wasting treatment aims to achieve greater coverage and improved efficiency of services. In response to challenges in the current model of care — high costs, limited access to treatment services, parallel supply chains for therapeutic food products, and disparate treatment protocols — as well as acceleration by the COVID-19 pandemic, adaptations to simplify treatment delivery have become critical. ENN outlines the critical elements of simplified approaches, where they are being used, and evidence for implementation.



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