The GTAM was established to:
The GTAM supports three pillars of work:
Provide technical advice - provide feedback to questions from individuals/agencies working in countries experiencing emergencies within a short timeframe primarily where relevant normative guidance exists and is available.
Facilitate consensus driven guidance - identify urgent needs for interim operational guidance and facilitate the process of developing such guidance, based on consensus amongst experts, enabling a timely response to nutrition-related emergencies.
Provide specialized technical expertise - support provision of specific technical expertise required by a country to deliver results for nutrition. Technical expertise support may be in the form of deployment of human resources, remote support of technical staff or capacity building.
meet the people
The GTAM has a core team that includes UNICEF, World Vision, the Emergency Nutrition Network, Technical Rapid Response Team, and the Global Nutrition Cluster Coordination Team. The core team works with global nutrition partners and existing or new Global Thematic Working Groups to respond to countries’ technical needs.
more information about the GTAM
A report about the GTAM's activities from 1 Jan - 31 Mar 2020. It is available in English and French.
This article shares the findings of several studies and reports and is framed around interviews conducted by ENN to capture learning to date on the process of developing the GTAM.