Available to USAID and its partners, USAID Advancing Nutrition provides technical assistance at both the global and country levels. We assess and offer solutions for evolving implementation issues, convene technical discussions, create tools, and develop guidance. Because our team of staff and consultants have roots in both emergency and development approaches, they are uniquely suited to provide implementation programming support in fragile and low-resource environments across sectors to support better nutrition outcomes. USAID Advancing Nutrition can ensure that nutrition outcomes are optimized through nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive approaches, are appropriate for the context, and align with best practices and USAID policy.

Technical Assistance to the Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance DFSA and RFSA Implementing Partners Fact Sheet (English) (French)


Browse a selection of 5 activities from this Focus Area technical team.

Woman holding her child outside

Strengthening Coordination and Collaboration Among Nutrition Actors in DRC

USAID Advancing Nutrition supports coordination and collaboration to strengthen a continuum of care for wasting management that includes both prevention and treatment.

Woman with her child in Senegal

Strengthening Programming with Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements

Partner survey and interviews yielded recommendations for program design and capacity strengthening support.

Potatoes and Tomatoes at the local market

USAID’s Modality Decision Tool Nutrition Supplement

Providing an additional tool for implementing partner decision-making in selecting resource transfer modalities to enhance nutrition outcomes through the Supplemental Nutrition emergency sub-sector.

Take our survey to help us map cash and voucher assistance (CVA) or in-kind specialized food assistance programs in humanitarian contexts.
Humanitarian responses help us cope with crises, including those caused by climate change, which has a direct impact on people's livelihoods and rates of acute malnutrition.
USAID Advancing Nutrition is conducting a survey to better understand the range of programs that have adopted this approach to treat moderate acute malnutrition in children under five years of age.