FACET4SNF was developed by the Food Aid Quality Review (FAQR) project managed by Tufts University to help USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and its implementing partners make more effective and cost-effective decisions regarding program design and SNF product choice for the Treatment of Wasting and the Prevention of Stunting, Wasting, and Underweight.
This web-based, interactive tool allows decision-makers (technical advisors, business development/program designers, supply chain staff, etc.) to compare alternative SNF products, procurement strategies, and program design choices to improve food assistance programs. USAID/BHA Workshop: Food Assistance Cost-Effectiveness Tool for Specialized Nutritious Foods is targeting implementing organizations who wish to train a group of their staff on the use of this tool and how it can benefit their organization's goals.
To take advantage of this opportunity, please complete the following short form. Workshop slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Organizations will have the opportunity to complete one half-day training workshop for a group of 8-10 participants for maximum impact of the training experience during the week of May 24-28, 2021. Each training workshop will consist of an introductory session, led by BHA trainers, providing an overview of the tool and demonstrating how it can be used, small group practice exercises, and ample question and answer time to engage in a facilitated discussion. A member of the FACET4SNF team will be in contact shortly after your submission is received.