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  • To be read as a bus ride, sometimes fast, sometimes slow; sometimes in shocks, sometimes smoothly, but what you read is never complete because thebus must move on. Wednesday, 29 October Addis, Intercontental Hotel, early in the morning, Say hello to everybody, old and new colleagues from embassies and The Hague, still at the…

  • The Learning Route in Senegal has been an opportunity to share experiences and lessons learned in relation to nutrition policy with other members of theSUN Movement. The Route aimed to understand the strategies and tools promoted by Senegal to achieve impressive results in reducing chronic malnutrition from 27 to 19 percent in children under…

  • Not even a four hour bus drive, the aches and pains of fatigue, a blazing sun rising over Kaolack or a temperature of 40 degrees(in the shade) dampened the curiosity and enthusiasm of the participants in their visit outside of the Senegalese Capital of Dakar. After a short courtesy visit to the governor of…

  •   Something extraordinary is happening in Senegal this week. Seven countries have been invited by the Fight Against Malnutrition Unit (CLM) hosted by the Officeof the Prime Minister to see first-hand how Senegal is scaling up nutrition. Representatives of government and civil society from Benin, Burundi, Ghana, Guinea, Niger, Sierra Leone and Peru are…

  • SUN Learning Routes’ objective is to share among participating countries experiences and lessons learned to reduce Chronic Child Malnutrition (CCM), with the aim to promotethe design and implementation of national strategies and effective interventions to improve nutrition. Peru is currently considered a world reference in its fight against CCM: from 2007 to 2013, CCM…

  • With children, we have the most valuable opportunity to study their development of logical thinking, mathematics, physics and other areas. This is the reason thatI feel it has been so necessary and timely to create a Learning Route, focusing on exchanging knowledge and experiences, which become very creative tools enabling the different SUN countries…

  • I would like to share with you my Learning Route experience in Peru. It is a wonderful experience to me coming all the way fromTanzania travelling over 20 hrs to come to Lima to learn and share experience on how we do scaling up nutrition. It is even more interesting to meet with colleagues…

  • Once again, the people of Peru have astonished the world by providing a new legacy, this time by successfully addressing a problem that our nationshave had historically, which is chronic child malnutrition, a scourge condemning our people to poverty and underdevelopment. We mustn’t be surprised. The ancestral Inca people have bequeathed such great contributions…

  • On behalf of the Lao delegates I would like to sincerely thanks to MIDIS, SUN movement Secretariat, and PROCASUR for conducting, hosting, and giving usthe opportunity for taking part in the Learning Route in Peru. The successful reduction of malnutrition in Peru is significant, this is an inspiration and tells us that multi-sectoral coordination…

  • At the beginning of 2015, Peru saw many advancements towards scaling up nutrition. These include the milestone launch of “Bienvenidos a la Vida” (Welcome toLife), a national plan to improve newborn health across the nation. The First Lady of Peru, Nadine Heredia, who is also a member of the SUN Movement Lead Group was…