In bringing this information together for the first time we aim to:
improve the quality of services,
identify gaps,
and most importantly, enable people to understand the current burden of acute malnutrition as well as treatment coverage at a global and country-specific level.
We understand that improving quality is an iterative process, so contribute to the ongoing quality improvements and discussions on gaps, please submit questions here.

This site brings together information from a range of sources, providing the most up-to-date information on acute malnutrition. Sources include:

UNICEFs ‘Global SAM Management Update Tool (Nutridash)’ data,
Coverage Monitoring Network,
The CMAM Forum,
WHO/UNICEF/World Bank Joint Estimates,
Global Nutrition Report,
WHO mortality database,
WHO Malaria database,
UNAIDS HIV database as well as Center for Disease Control (CDC) databases.
The website also links with WHO’s Global Database on the Implementation of Nutrition Actions (GINA) and ENNs periodic publications (Field Exchange and Nutrition Exchange). Technical questions are directed to en-net, an established online forum hosted by ENN.


About the Author

Dr. Michael Todd Greene, Ed.D., M.S., R.D.N. ()

Dr. Michael Todd Greene is a solutions-focused Senior Executive, Entrepreneur and Board Member with more than 35 years of success across the hospital and healthcare, education, nutrition domains (Clinical Nutrition, Public Health Nutrition, Food Service Nutrition, Alternative Nutrition, Nutrition Education and Research) corporate wellness, and nonprofit industries. Dr. Greene is currently serving as an Executive Vice President on a non-profit Board, on Advisory Boards and Societies. As an educational leader, he leverages extensive experience in developing programs for health and human services and is a valuable adviser developed from a span of education to nutrition. A true pioneer for people and organizations focused on nutrition, dietetics and the creation of a healthy work environment. His broad areas of expertise include business development, people management, clinical understanding, public speaking, and corporate development. He is said to be a subject matter expert on Severe Malnutrition, Food Insecurity and Motivation.


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