Our nutrition and health work takes a comprehensive approach to ending hunger. We deliver food aid directly to those who need it most, and we also work with communities to identify and treat acutely malnourished children. We pioneered the innovative Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) Surge approach to strengthen health services and communities to manage surges in malnutrition, driven by disasters or seasonal changes. At the same time, Concern supports families to grow and prepare a more diverse range of nutritious food, even in constrained circumstances. We also run innovative programmes on water, sanitation, and hygiene, a key part of improving maternal and child health.
Concern works directly with a select group of trusts and foundations to deliver bespoke programmes, designed and chosen to meet each trust’s needs and priorities.