COMPOSITION OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE OR TECHNICAL SUB-COMMITTEE
The members of the Technical Subcommittee are:
- the Coordinator of the SE-CONNAPE: President;
- the Head of the Project Management Unit
- the Chief Policy and Strategy Advisor of the PNMIN;
- the Chief Data Analysis Advisor of the PNMIN;
- the Representative of the National Institute of Statistics;
- the Directors of Planning and Statistics of the Ministries in charge of Health, Agriculture, Education and Animal and Fisheries Resources;
the FIRST Focal Point;
- Representatives of Technical and Financial Partners (UNICEF, World Bank, European Union, WFP, FAO).
The Technical Subcommittee meets quarterly and whenever necessary upon call by its Chairman.
COMPOSITION OF THE PMU
the Project Management Unit is composed as follows:
A Project Manager;
Senior Adviser on Strategic Information;
Senior Adviser on Policies and Strategies;
A computer scientist.
This team will complete the team already in place at STP-CNN, including the Financial Administrator, the Monitoring and Evaluation Administrator, and the Administrative Assistant.
The SE-CONNAPE will make available the aforementioned personnel from the resources of the State including their motivation.
A Communication Consultant, a Nutrition Specialist and a Statistics and Monitoring Administrator will be recruited by UNICEF as part of the project.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT
Identify information needs and challenges of quality, completeness and consistency of data;
Create and consolidate a database of available information and data from all sectors and levels;
Produce regular reports, statistical summaries and explanatory notes to feed national databases and information systems;
Analyze, interpret and use existing nutrition information and data to inform policies and improve nutrition programs;
Provide information to meet the needs of government and stakeholders;
Provide information on progress in the implementation of the initiative,
Strengthen the accountability of actors involved in their commitments to reduce malnutrition;
Argue on the efficiency of interventions, programs, approaches and investments to prevent malnutrition;
Promote the results of the PNMIN to key stakeholders including parliament, civil society and the general public.