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Time is now to Scale Up Women´s Rights and nutrition activism in Africa

International Women's Day 2018

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, three African leaders and activists: Martin Chungong, Dr. Ibrahim Mayaki & Nahas Angula come together to celebrate rural and urban crusaders who have transformed women’s lives and call for more activists to speak up for gender equality to fight malnutrition across Africa

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Happy International Women's Day 2018

#TimeIsNow: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives.

As we mark International Women’s Day, we celebrate not only all women, but especially the activists – rural and urban, men and women – who are transforming women’s lives.

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How nutritious is your product?

"Whilst the consumers struggle to understand basic balanced diet the producer should be positioned to provide nutrition information in simple understandable language to guide the consumer in making healthy food choices"

A blog by Iquo Ukoh sponsored by the Scaling Up Nutrition Business Network in Nigeria

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Nutrition & Education: More Than Food For Thought

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“If you want a better future for your country and your people invest in children's Nutrition and Education and focus on the position and status of women”

SUN Movement Coordinator, Gerda Verburg
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SUN Annual Progress Report 2017

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The SUN Annual Progress Report 2017 looks to highlight the progress made, through the voices of countries, states, networks and nutrition champions, and what lays in store for the upcoming year


By 2030, a world free from malnutrition in all its forms. Led by governments, supported by organisations and individuals – collective action ensures every child, adolescent, mother and family can realise their right to food and nutrition, reach their full potential and shape sustainable and prosperous societies.

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How do countries join?

Committed countries are at the core of the SUN Movement. Any country working to deliver progress and action to scale up nutrition and respects the SUN Movement Principles of Engagement can join the SUN Movement.

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SUN Movement en-net is a free and open resource which provides a space for informal discussion of topical issues, approaches and good practices in relation to SUN Country efforts in Scaling Up Nutrition.

SUN is a global movement led by countries.

Working together to scale up nutrition in SUN Countries, we are achieving what no one of us can do alone.

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