It’s Time for the Global Nutrition Sector to Finally Act

Comments by ECF's CEO on the recent UN Agency Call to Action around COVID-19's impacts on malnutrition

The Eleanor Crook Foundation’s CEO, Will Moore, recently responded to the UN Agencies’ recent Call to Action: “Child Malnutrition and COVID-19: The Time to Act is Now,” which outlined five key nutrition actions and the need to mobilize $2.4 billion to address malnutrition in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.

While recognizing the Call to Action as a critical step, Will calls for faster progress — including development of a roadmap for scaling up the most essential package of nutrition services, and an advocacy and fundraising plan to raise the needed $2.4 billion.

Read Will’s Article

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