Undernutrition: What works?A review of policy and practice
ZERO HUNGER: PHASE 1Published by: ACF International Networkand TripodeWritten by: Manuel Sanchez-Monteroand Núria Salse UbachSub-edited by: Millie BurtonSeries editor: Morwenna SullivanDesign by: Wing
nger GraphicsCover photograph: © Samuel Hauenstein Swan© Copyright ACF International Network 2010
Manuel Sánchez-Montero, General Coordinator, Tripode Proyectos
Manuel is an aid consultant with 18 years’ experience in International Development Cooperation andHumanitarian Action. He is the general coordinator of Tripode Proyectos. His
eld experience includes Headof Mission of Medecins du Monde-Spain in the Balkans, Head of Mission of Action Against Hunger-Francein Chad and Regional Coordinator of Action Against Hunger-Spain in the Southern Caucasus. Manuel holdsa BA in Law and a Master’s degree in International Trade and is author of
The Fractures of the New World Order
, and contributor to the
Geopolitics of Hunge
Núria Salse Ubach, Nutrition Consultant, Tripode Proyectos
Núria is a nurse with a Master’s degree in Tropical Diseases and Primary Health Care. She is a nutritionconsultant with 10 years of experience conducting external evaluations, nutritional research studies andtechnical assistance with several agencies including Merlin, ACF International Network, Emergency NutritionNetwork, UNICEF, UNHCR, WFP, and MSF-Spain. Previously she worked as Nutrition and Health Advisor for Action Against Hunger-Spain. Her professional experience spans different contexts such as Angola,Algeria, Guinea Conakry, Mali, Niger, Mauritania, India, Argentina, Malawi, Nicaragua, Guatemala andBangladesh.
Morwenna Sullivan, Policy Advisor, Action Against Hunger
Morwenna started her career with Action Against Hunger in Tajikistan in 2000, following stints withUNHCR and ECHO. She worked as a consultant with the Food Economy Group, conducting assessmentsin Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, Niger, Kenya and Zambia before returning to work for Action Against Hunger in London. She now works in the Policy Department, contributing to research and analysis related to thecauses of, and response to, hunger and acute malnutrition. A specialist in food security and livelihoods, withan interest in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction, Morwenna recently co-authored theacclaimed report
Changing Climates, Changing Lives
which was presented at COP 15.