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Les revues thématiques Renforcement de la nutrition dans la pratique présentent les expériences des pays SUN et des parties prenantes nationales en matière de mise à l’échelle de leurs efforts pour garantir que toutes les personnes jouissent d'une bonne nutrition. Chaque revue thématique se concentre sur un thème considéré, par les points focaux SUN des gouvernements, comme une question prioritaire sur laquelle nous devons partager et apprendre les uns des autres.

Hadiza (center) prepares a family meal, aided by her daughters Nadia, 4, and Layhanatou, 10, who grind millet in a wooden mortar. At age 32, Hadiza has six children, four sons and two daughters. She lives in Rabé chantier, a village 25 kilometers east of Dosso comprised of circular huts made of mud brick covered with straw, and granaries topped with straw hats. The little girls help their mother with chores while the men work in the fields. The village marabout sees to the children’s education. The most widely grown grain in Niger, it is the country’s dietary mainstay. Threshing, hulling and grinding millet by hand makes for a long, exhausting workday. The Ministry of Population, Advancement of Women and Protection of Children has made it a priority to lighten women’s workloads by providing them access to mills, hullers and water sources. In the countryside, however, many Niger women have no choice but to use the traditional methods.



The agriculture sector in Niger is characterized by very low levels of farm input use and low productivity. Women account for approximately 24% of Niger’s agricultural farm labour, but have sole ownership of only 9% of the total land area controlled by Niger’s households.  Increasing women’s contributions to Niger’s agricultural sector could help rural households lift themselves out of poverty. Photo: © Stephan Gladieu / World Bank

Nouveau système de protection sociale adaptative du Niger: Transferts en espèces, changement de comportement et résilience

  |   Réseau des pays SUN, SUN dans la pratique

In 2016, the project added components to promote an adaptive social protection system in Niger. These include mechanisms to make social protection interventions more responsive to shocks and allow poor and vulnerable households to build their resilience. The goal of this newer program is to...

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Doctor looks at boy's throat in medical examination. Mexico. Photo: © Curt Carnemark / World Bank

Le Mexique se sert du programme de protection sociale PROSPERA pour la lutte contre la malnutrition

  |   Réseau des donateurs SUN, Réseau des pays SUN, SUN dans la pratique

Malgré des progrès impressionnants dans la réduction de la pauvreté, des segments importants de la population mexicaine sont toujours confrontés à des problèmes d'insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle. Selon le ministère du Développement social (SEDESOL), en 2012, 27,4 millions de personnes (23,3 % de la population totale) ont...

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Itinéraire d’apprentissage 2016 au Rwanda : Appel à l’action du Réseau du secteur privé SUN

  |   Blogs, Engagement des parties prenantes multiples, Réseau de la société civile SUN

 Lundi le 1er novembre 2016 au Serena Hotel de Kigali a eu lieu le lancement du premier itinéraire d’apprentissage des alliances de la société civile pour le renforcement de la nutrition en Afrique. Organisé par l’Alliance de la société civile SUN au Rwanda avec le soutien du...

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Stimuler la coordination pour accroître les efforts

  |   La contribution de l’agriculture et de la protection sociale à l’amélioration de la nutrition, SUN dans la pratique

Nepal has developed strategies and plans to address the problem of food insecurity, by promoting nutrition. Social protection schemes in the country are contributing to provide sufficient food and nutritious diet to the poor and socially excluded groups.Poor nutrition affects the entire population, women and children...

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Sauvegarder les sociétés pour améliorer la nutrition

  |   La contribution de l’agriculture et de la protection sociale à l’amélioration de la nutrition, SUN dans la pratique

As a low-income country, 70% of Mozambicans live in rural areas with food deficit and 54% of them fall below the national poverty line. The country’s economy is essentially agricultural. The share of crop production and livestock to rural household income is about 60% and...

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Renforcer les actions en faveur de la nutrition

  |   La contribution de l’agriculture et de la protection sociale à l’amélioration de la nutrition, SUN dans la pratique

67% of the population of Burundi live below the poverty line. 35.6% of the population suffer from high hunger levels (Global Hunger Index, 2014). Per capita calorie intake is the lowest in the East African region (1,600 Kcal/day). The fact that agricultural and livestock production...

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Coordination-is-Critical

La coordination est indispensable

  |   La contribution de l’agriculture et de la protection sociale à l’amélioration de la nutrition, SUN dans la pratique

Malnutrition and food insecurity are inextricably linked Despite numerous challenges such as low productivity, post-harvest losses and difficult climatic conditions, Malian agriculture has seen strong growth over the last decade. This includes a strong increase in cereal production, although outpaced by demographic growth, as well...

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Construction d’un consensus

  |   La contribution de l’agriculture et de la protection sociale à l’amélioration de la nutrition, SUN dans la pratique

The Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation in Yemen has led the development of an integrated multi-sectoral response plan for nutrition by engaging all relevant sectors and stakeholders including agriculture and fisheries, and development partners. Together with a team of consultants, a causal analysis has...

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